Who Will Pick Up Where WordPress Left Off? ⚙ Co.Labs ⚙ code + community

When WordPress was first released, it was a blogging platform. It existed for the same reason as LiveJournal, but the difference was that it was Open Source, allowing you to host a blog on your own domain–a valuable distinction. Over the years people started using WordPress not just to build blogs, but to build entire websites. Good website content management software was hard to find, and while a blogging platform wasn’t technically the right tool for the job, it was oftentimes a far easier one to work with than the alternatives.

via Who Will Pick Up Where WordPress Left Off? ⚙ Co.Labs ⚙ code + community.


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