30 Insanely Awesome Websites using WordPress as a CMS

Posted in Inspiration, Showcase, WordPress • Posted on 54 Comments

More people already have a WordPress powered site as a blog and some have never know they can use it as a CMS too, but they may have heard of it. In reality, WordPress is an awesome tool for managing your different kinds of sites as a CMS. When I tell people about this, they often ask me for some examples of non-blogging sites using WordPress, so i want to show something that really stands out.

Now I’m finally going to showcase a good selection of sites that I can point them to for several examples. Some sites just look good. Some are examples of famous celebrities, companies, or organizations. WordPress can be used for serious projects that can go big scale, we are highlighting the most popular brands that are using WordPress.There’s no particular order here.

1.Nikonfestival

A video contest website from Nikonfestival.Those are 140 seconds or less videos. Powered by WordPress

2.Icondock

Icon Dock is a project from N.Design Studio. Offer stock icons in vector and pixel format that you can quickly snap in your projects to speed up the development. Just see how the arrangement of content has been made using WordPress.

3.Krispkrush

Design work and consultancy. Process of definition of the project,objectives are to deliver ergonomic and impacting creative contents.

4.Typographica

Typographica is for review of typefaces and type books, with occasional commentary on fonts and typographic design. Another awesome example of WordPress as CMS.

5.Creativeawards

Creative Ad Awards is one of the best advertising archive, serving all the advertising fan and others who need it. You will feel comfortable here, because of WordPress customization.

6.Good

GOOD is a collaboration of individuals, businesses, and nonprofits pushing the world forward.This website is an ongoing exploration of what GOOD is and what it can be.

7.Champagnewarehouse

8.Fordstory

The fordstory website is about their new technology and current updates.You can get involved in ideas.

9.Ugsmag

It’s an independent Hip Hop magazine featuring interviews and a daily news feed with underground rap videos, audio and free album downloads. An amazing use of WordPress as CMS. It makes us think that power is in the hands of developer. You just have to mold WordPress according to your needs.

10.Flickout

You can watch the best new HD movie trailers for upcoming releases and movies in theaters. Get movie reviews and more all in super High Definition.

11.Typechart

For preview and compare web typography while retrieving the CSS,Browse typographic files.

12.Thesalonhair

13.Kmxus

Website is for selling karts and their accessories.

14.Camachocigars

A brand website for cigars and where to buy those things with events and VIP club.

15.Nowplaying nokia

Website for Rihanna fans all over the USA are sitting with their Nokia’s at the ready to buy tickets for the US leg of her tour.

16.Healogix

Healogix is a global health care marketing research and consulting firm created to meet the needs of executives facing real development and marketing decisions.

17.Platinumgames

Platinum games is powered by wordpress.Developed in conjunction with cnp_studio.

18.Woothemes

Woothemes is one of the best theme shops having beautiful free templates and premium templates too. Their home page shows how to arrange contact in a better way which is a major technique when it comes to using WordPress as cmss

19.Popculturetees

Featuring new designs from the hottest retailers and indie artists, tips ‘n tricks, and interviews from industry experts.

20.H-mag

H-mag is a high-end luxury magazine for the Hoboken market.They are having blogs ,events and news section too.

21.Inbound pass

22.Iokonmedia

IOKON Media is creative collective that specializes in Digital Media and Marketing.

23.Cubicleninjas

24.College crunch

25.Probar

26.Andyroddick

Official Website of Andy Roddick, a very famous tennis star. It is also powered by WordPress.

27.Wpvote

WPVote is a Digg-Like social bookmarking service dedicated to WordPress related links and yes, made with WordPress. You can see the amazing use of WordPress as CMS.

28.Harward University

29.Startupweekend

Startup Weekend has a highly motivated group of developers, business managers, startup enthusiasts, marketing gurus, graphic artists and more to a 54 hour event that builds communities, companies and projects.

30.Spotify

Spotify is a new way to listen to music.Any artist, any album, any genre – all available instantly. With Spotify, there are no limits to the amount of music you could listen to. Another great mod of WordPress as CMS.

26 Written ArticlesWebsite

Photography and design lover i like these two essential things more than my job(Web developer). So only i have launched Pokkisam and a Photography,design inspiration blog too Photography and design inspiration blog Follow me in twitter to get interesting things in photography and design >>pokkisam

54 Comments Best Comments First
  • Frank

    Wednesday, April 28th, 2010 13:55

    5

    TOP List of WP-Sites.
    It shows us that WP is more than an Blogsystem

    +6
  • Jared White

    Thursday, April 29th, 2010 21:38

    16

    I was just on the Ford Story site the other day. Interesting to see that it’s powered by WordPress. Some other good examples there as well.

    +3
  • Thomas

    Friday, September 17th, 2010 05:25

    20

    Awesome list.

    I’m using WordPress at my travel blog, and since we’re allowing users to create their own travel photoblogs with geotagged pics and the like at FavTrip.com, we’re rapidly evolving into a pretty involved CMS ourselves.

    Exciting to see how much potential WP has and gives developers, new and veterans alike.

    +2
  • Chandesh Parekh

    Tuesday, May 4th, 2010 15:36

    19

    Excellent list. A few there I didn’t know about. Shows just how incredible WordPress can be when used right.

    +2
  • Alan

    Monday, October 31st, 2011 18:21

    39

    I just noticed for the first time today that ListVerse.com is also powered by WordPress.

    +1
  • Massimo

    Thursday, April 29th, 2010 14:57

    14

    Really nice collection, it would be interesting to have a list of sites like these concerning Joomla

    +1
  • Matt

    Monday, May 3rd, 2010 23:26

    18

    Nice list, quite a few there I hadn’t seen. My website showcases WordPress sites thinking outside the box and using WordPress in new ways so I’m sure a few will end up on there in the coming days :)

    Matt

    +1
  • Diego Hidalgo

    Sunday, September 11th, 2011 20:35

    33

    I like the next site of street art, please submit your site, thanks.
    http://www.streetartnation.com/blog

    +1
  • Brett Widmann

    Thursday, November 18th, 2010 15:34

    21

    This is a great collection of websites. They have given me some inspiration on how to use some of their techniques in my own work. Thanks for sharing.

    +1
  • Graeme

    Saturday, June 18th, 2011 01:04

    25

    You misspelled Harvard University ;)

    +1
  • MostlyBlog

    Friday, April 30th, 2010 11:53

    17

    great post as wordpress user only one word for this awesome …

    0
  • andrew

    Thursday, June 16th, 2011 02:06

    24

    do you know the name of the login bar at bottom on the ford site??

    0
  • erald mariano

    Tuesday, December 21st, 2010 03:48

    22

    i honestly think there are a lot more ^_^
    kudos for another neat article!

    0
  • Hady

    Saturday, May 21st, 2011 08:31

    23

    Many thanks for taking the time to discuss this, I really feel strongly about it and love learning much more on this topic.

    0
  • rezyde

    Thursday, April 29th, 2010 17:21

    15

    Great Post! It’s impressive to see how robust wordpress has become.

    0
  • steff

    Wednesday, July 13th, 2011 15:33

    26

    awesome list! i used to run joomla on a celebrity site of mine but then switched to wordpress for the better SEO and design option wordpress has. thanks again for sharing siva!

    0
  • designfollow

    Wednesday, April 28th, 2010 20:14

    6

    great collections.

    thank you.

    0
  • Brandon Connell

    Wednesday, April 28th, 2010 19:45

    4

    I always love looking at unique WordPress sites. It is amazing what some designers do to make them look like static websites.

    0
  • Blog Tips

    Wednesday, April 28th, 2010 12:48

    3

    Awesome list of sites using WP! It used to be very easy to tell a WP site, now you really can’t tell because the design has come so far!

    0
  • Thomas Craig

    Wednesday, April 28th, 2010 15:25

    2

    Great list Siva, WordPress is definitely making its way into a CMS rather then just the cliche of a blogging tool. Not only are designers changing the way a WordPress site looks, as blog tips mentioned, but developers are getting creative with there templates and page rendering options.

    0
  • Mida

    Wednesday, April 28th, 2010 14:47

    7

    Amazing list its great to see how far you can customize wordpress

    0
  • Sergej

    Wednesday, April 28th, 2010 20:50

    8

    Great list.
    I am using WordPress for the sites i make too… it’s great!

    0
  • Cardview

    Thursday, April 29th, 2010 19:13

    13

    I`m also using WordPress and I think it`s simply great!

    0
  • Tobias

    Thursday, April 29th, 2010 06:33

    12

    Great list. I have had a “main” regular html/css website and a companion blog for a few years, and recently combined them into one under wordpress. The vast array of templates and plugins, plus the ongoing bug fixes and increasing stability of WordPress has really made wordpress based sites a viable option. I’m happy with my site’s results and just finished a client’s site on wordpress, also with good results.

    0
  • marie

    Wednesday, April 28th, 2010 23:30

    11

    Hello,

    Thank you a lot for having me in your gallery!
    By the way the name of the website is krispykrush (not krispkrush) ;)

    Thank you,
    M

    0
  • Carlos Mello

    Wednesday, April 28th, 2010 16:18

    9

    Great list. Any good examples of news websites using WordPress as a full-fledged CMS? NYT does use it for blogs, but I’m looking for sites that crossed the ‘blog editor’ border. Thanks!

    0
  • David

    Wednesday, April 28th, 2010 16:23

    10

    I used to work on CollegeCrunch. WordPress still needs to work on page management. Creating a structure of pages, sub-pages and sub sub-pages and moving things around was a pain in the butt. Listing the sub-pages under a given page was also difficult. Otherwise WP is an amazing piece of software.

    0
  • Ivan

    Friday, July 15th, 2011 23:38

    27

    Thank you for this. I literally stumbled across your post whilst researching online. I’ve added your site to my RSS reader for your future posts and updates on this subject.

    0
  • Dee

    Thursday, January 12th, 2012 19:38

    41

    I really like Startup Weekend’s website. Does anyone know what wordpress theme they used? I’m a wordpress novice so please forgive me if the answer is obvious. Thanks!

    0
  • BradA

    Thursday, January 19th, 2012 00:42

    44

    This is great, once you start using WP as a CMS, can you still have a blog on the site too?

    0
  • Scott Alexander

    Tuesday, January 17th, 2012 14:54

    43

    Lovely examples of what you can do with WordPress if you put your mind to it. Inspiration…

    0
  • Peter Stern

    Wednesday, April 28th, 2010 15:14

    1

    Hey Siva, totally agree. In the past two years, WordPress has become a legitimate option for businesses and organizations who want something that does not look second rate. The CMS uses are incredible… far beyond what normal people would have access to. I recently started a business called Wordfresh that offers WordPress sites… I’d love for you to give me some feedback on some of our work! Keep up the great blogging!

    0
  • Mike

    Saturday, February 11th, 2012 19:35

    45

    This post has really helped me persuade clients that WordPress is a great website platform. Thank you very much!

    0
  • Ellsworth Mitro

    Friday, February 24th, 2012 03:42

    46

    I found this page via a google search. Bookmarked. Thanks!

    0
  • Joe

    Saturday, April 28th, 2012 00:48

    53

    is it hard to implement your own art onto a wordpress site?

    0
    • Rean John Uehara

      Saturday, April 28th, 2012 10:32

      54

      If you’re proficient enough with CSS then it will be easy. :)
      If you don’t want any coding involved, you might want to try http://www.divine-project.com, they have a great tool for converting a PSD file into a working WordPress theme!

      +1
  • samy jain

    Sunday, March 25th, 2012 14:21

    52

    This information was worth reading…. i was looking for this … Thnx a ton and keep adding such awesome posts….

    I have just bookmarked this blog for future reading…

    Rgrds…

    0
  • Neema

    Saturday, March 24th, 2012 13:58

    51

    Awesome website, am also developing wordpress sites, this gives me a lot of information.

    0
  • web development

    Wednesday, March 21st, 2012 11:01

    50

    nice post :D
    Thanks for the information.

    0
  • Subhakar Rao

    Tuesday, January 17th, 2012 12:18

    42

    Awesome website very nice

    0
  • Karim

    Thursday, August 11th, 2011 21:34

    29

    Wow great list some great sites there. I checked out the Krispkrush site in detail as its a similar design to something iv been working on.

    0
  • Raheel

    Saturday, November 5th, 2011 09:28

    40

    All websites are awesome.. Im also thinking to design a new webpage on wp.

    0
  • Brandon

    Wednesday, July 27th, 2011 12:38

    28

    Hi love your site thanks for sharing some really good ideas for web development, which fits in great with a simple online marketing strategy. Over the months that have gone by, my partner has been working very smart adapting many of the steps outlined by you…

    0
  • Razley

    Sunday, August 21st, 2011 10:20

    31

    Who knows more about website usability than a website designer? As I’m sure you know, big design firms and corporations sometimes pay to have people test the usability and design of their new sites. Why not get in on that? You can go to UserTesting.com and sign up to test out new sites. Just like the offline equivalent of participating in focus groups or marketing surveys, your web experience is valuable, and some companies will pay to pick your brain.

    0
  • Dave

    Tuesday, August 30th, 2011 10:31

    32

    I always wanted to learn how to do web designing but I guess I have to allocate more time to do that and in order to have that skills. Hoping to find more nicer design for my upcoming to be launch site.

    0
  • TRENT

    Saturday, October 1st, 2011 08:25

    34

    php – How to use Twitter API to follow someone – Stack Overflow http://t.co/fGzx2H79

    0
  • Sharon

    Saturday, October 29th, 2011 01:08

    38

    Cool! I didn’t know there were so many well known people and companies using WP!

    0
  • James Jack

    Monday, October 17th, 2011 20:02

    37

    Nice read, thank you for the information, take care.

    0
  • troy sheen

    Monday, October 17th, 2011 03:16

    36

    What movie trailers from this year, just by watching it, made you think the upcoming movie was going to be stupid? Just by watching the trailer you know it was going to be downright bad. My examples would be the remake of Arthur and the upcoming Cameron Diaz summer flick Bad Teacher.

    0
  • Stan

    Monday, October 10th, 2011 22:45

    35

    Awesome information about this! I would love for you to write something else that goes along with this. Are you going to?

    0
  • Robert Long

    Tuesday, August 16th, 2011 21:05

    30

    I always try to keep up on web design and online marketing ideas and your blog really gave me some new ideas to think about. Thanks very much for taking the time to create this.

    -1
  • Mr Typo

    Saturday, March 3rd, 2012 15:10

    47

    #28 should be “Harvard”, not “Harward”

    -2
  • Joel Mcvoy

    Monday, March 12th, 2012 13:26

    48

    Please message me with a few pointers about how you made your website look this good, Id be appreciative.

    -4
  • John

    Saturday, March 17th, 2012 08:56

    49

    Amazing! I’m seriously considering switching all my clients to WordPress as a CMS option as well. It’s just so incredibly easy to use that I can’t consider them not picking it up very quickly, which will make life easier on them and myself.

    -4
  • Joe

    Saturday, April 28th, 2012 00:48

    53

    is it hard to implement your own art onto a wordpress site?

    0
    • Rean John Uehara

      Saturday, April 28th, 2012 10:32

      54

      If you’re proficient enough with CSS then it will be easy. :)
      If you don’t want any coding involved, you might want to try http://www.divine-project.com, they have a great tool for converting a PSD file into a working WordPress theme!

      +1
  • samy jain

    Sunday, March 25th, 2012 14:21

    52

    This information was worth reading…. i was looking for this … Thnx a ton and keep adding such awesome posts….

    I have just bookmarked this blog for future reading…

    Rgrds…

    0
  • Neema

    Saturday, March 24th, 2012 13:58

    51

    Awesome website, am also developing wordpress sites, this gives me a lot of information.

    0
  • web development

    Wednesday, March 21st, 2012 11:01

    50

    nice post :D
    Thanks for the information.

    0
  • John

    Saturday, March 17th, 2012 08:56

    49

    Amazing! I’m seriously considering switching all my clients to WordPress as a CMS option as well. It’s just so incredibly easy to use that I can’t consider them not picking it up very quickly, which will make life easier on them and myself.

    -4
  • Joel Mcvoy

    Monday, March 12th, 2012 13:26

    48

    Please message me with a few pointers about how you made your website look this good, Id be appreciative.

    -4
  • Mr Typo

    Saturday, March 3rd, 2012 15:10

    47

    #28 should be “Harvard”, not “Harward”

    -2
  • Ellsworth Mitro

    Friday, February 24th, 2012 03:42

    46

    I found this page via a google search. Bookmarked. Thanks!

    0
  • Mike

    Saturday, February 11th, 2012 19:35

    45

    This post has really helped me persuade clients that WordPress is a great website platform. Thank you very much!

    0
  • BradA

    Thursday, January 19th, 2012 00:42

    44

    This is great, once you start using WP as a CMS, can you still have a blog on the site too?

    0
  • Scott Alexander

    Tuesday, January 17th, 2012 14:54

    43

    Lovely examples of what you can do with WordPress if you put your mind to it. Inspiration…

    0
  • Subhakar Rao

    Tuesday, January 17th, 2012 12:18

    42

    Awesome website very nice

    0
  • Dee

    Thursday, January 12th, 2012 19:38

    41

    I really like Startup Weekend’s website. Does anyone know what wordpress theme they used? I’m a wordpress novice so please forgive me if the answer is obvious. Thanks!

    0
  • Raheel

    Saturday, November 5th, 2011 09:28

    40

    All websites are awesome.. Im also thinking to design a new webpage on wp.

    0
  • Alan

    Monday, October 31st, 2011 18:21

    39

    I just noticed for the first time today that ListVerse.com is also powered by WordPress.

    +1
  • Sharon

    Saturday, October 29th, 2011 01:08

    38

    Cool! I didn’t know there were so many well known people and companies using WP!

    0
  • James Jack

    Monday, October 17th, 2011 20:02

    37

    Nice read, thank you for the information, take care.

    0
  • troy sheen

    Monday, October 17th, 2011 03:16

    36

    What movie trailers from this year, just by watching it, made you think the upcoming movie was going to be stupid? Just by watching the trailer you know it was going to be downright bad. My examples would be the remake of Arthur and the upcoming Cameron Diaz summer flick Bad Teacher.

    0
  • Stan

    Monday, October 10th, 2011 22:45

    35

    Awesome information about this! I would love for you to write something else that goes along with this. Are you going to?

    0
  • TRENT

    Saturday, October 1st, 2011 08:25

    34

    php – How to use Twitter API to follow someone – Stack Overflow http://t.co/fGzx2H79

    0
  • Diego Hidalgo

    Sunday, September 11th, 2011 20:35

    33

    I like the next site of street art, please submit your site, thanks.
    http://www.streetartnation.com/blog

    +1
  • Dave

    Tuesday, August 30th, 2011 10:31

    32

    I always wanted to learn how to do web designing but I guess I have to allocate more time to do that and in order to have that skills. Hoping to find more nicer design for my upcoming to be launch site.

    0
  • Razley

    Sunday, August 21st, 2011 10:20

    31

    Who knows more about website usability than a website designer? As I’m sure you know, big design firms and corporations sometimes pay to have people test the usability and design of their new sites. Why not get in on that? You can go to UserTesting.com and sign up to test out new sites. Just like the offline equivalent of participating in focus groups or marketing surveys, your web experience is valuable, and some companies will pay to pick your brain.

    0
  • Robert Long

    Tuesday, August 16th, 2011 21:05

    30

    I always try to keep up on web design and online marketing ideas and your blog really gave me some new ideas to think about. Thanks very much for taking the time to create this.

    -1
  • Karim

    Thursday, August 11th, 2011 21:34

    29

    Wow great list some great sites there. I checked out the Krispkrush site in detail as its a similar design to something iv been working on.

    0
  • Brandon

    Wednesday, July 27th, 2011 12:38

    28

    Hi love your site thanks for sharing some really good ideas for web development, which fits in great with a simple online marketing strategy. Over the months that have gone by, my partner has been working very smart adapting many of the steps outlined by you…

    0
  • Ivan

    Friday, July 15th, 2011 23:38

    27

    Thank you for this. I literally stumbled across your post whilst researching online. I’ve added your site to my RSS reader for your future posts and updates on this subject.

    0
  • steff

    Wednesday, July 13th, 2011 15:33

    26

    awesome list! i used to run joomla on a celebrity site of mine but then switched to wordpress for the better SEO and design option wordpress has. thanks again for sharing siva!

    0
  • Graeme

    Saturday, June 18th, 2011 01:04

    25

    You misspelled Harvard University ;)

    +1
  • andrew

    Thursday, June 16th, 2011 02:06

    24

    do you know the name of the login bar at bottom on the ford site??

    0
  • Hady

    Saturday, May 21st, 2011 08:31

    23

    Many thanks for taking the time to discuss this, I really feel strongly about it and love learning much more on this topic.

    0
  • erald mariano

    Tuesday, December 21st, 2010 03:48

    22

    i honestly think there are a lot more ^_^
    kudos for another neat article!

    0
  • Brett Widmann

    Thursday, November 18th, 2010 15:34

    21

    This is a great collection of websites. They have given me some inspiration on how to use some of their techniques in my own work. Thanks for sharing.

    +1
  • Thomas

    Friday, September 17th, 2010 05:25

    20

    Awesome list.

    I’m using WordPress at my travel blog, and since we’re allowing users to create their own travel photoblogs with geotagged pics and the like at FavTrip.com, we’re rapidly evolving into a pretty involved CMS ourselves.

    Exciting to see how much potential WP has and gives developers, new and veterans alike.

    +2
  • Chandesh Parekh

    Tuesday, May 4th, 2010 15:36

    19

    Excellent list. A few there I didn’t know about. Shows just how incredible WordPress can be when used right.

    +2
  • Matt

    Monday, May 3rd, 2010 23:26

    18

    Nice list, quite a few there I hadn’t seen. My website showcases WordPress sites thinking outside the box and using WordPress in new ways so I’m sure a few will end up on there in the coming days :)

    Matt

    +1
  • MostlyBlog

    Friday, April 30th, 2010 11:53

    17

    great post as wordpress user only one word for this awesome …

    0
  • Jared White

    Thursday, April 29th, 2010 21:38

    16

    I was just on the Ford Story site the other day. Interesting to see that it’s powered by WordPress. Some other good examples there as well.

    +3
  • rezyde

    Thursday, April 29th, 2010 17:21

    15

    Great Post! It’s impressive to see how robust wordpress has become.

    0
  • Massimo

    Thursday, April 29th, 2010 14:57

    14

    Really nice collection, it would be interesting to have a list of sites like these concerning Joomla

    +1
  • Cardview

    Thursday, April 29th, 2010 19:13

    13

    I`m also using WordPress and I think it`s simply great!

    0
  • Tobias

    Thursday, April 29th, 2010 06:33

    12

    Great list. I have had a “main” regular html/css website and a companion blog for a few years, and recently combined them into one under wordpress. The vast array of templates and plugins, plus the ongoing bug fixes and increasing stability of WordPress has really made wordpress based sites a viable option. I’m happy with my site’s results and just finished a client’s site on wordpress, also with good results.

    0
  • marie

    Wednesday, April 28th, 2010 23:30

    11

    Hello,

    Thank you a lot for having me in your gallery!
    By the way the name of the website is krispykrush (not krispkrush) ;)

    Thank you,
    M

    0
  • David

    Wednesday, April 28th, 2010 16:23

    10

    I used to work on CollegeCrunch. WordPress still needs to work on page management. Creating a structure of pages, sub-pages and sub sub-pages and moving things around was a pain in the butt. Listing the sub-pages under a given page was also difficult. Otherwise WP is an amazing piece of software.

    0
  • Carlos Mello

    Wednesday, April 28th, 2010 16:18

    9

    Great list. Any good examples of news websites using WordPress as a full-fledged CMS? NYT does use it for blogs, but I’m looking for sites that crossed the ‘blog editor’ border. Thanks!

    0
  • Sergej

    Wednesday, April 28th, 2010 20:50

    8

    Great list.
    I am using WordPress for the sites i make too… it’s great!

    0
  • Mida

    Wednesday, April 28th, 2010 14:47

    7

    Amazing list its great to see how far you can customize wordpress

    0
  • designfollow

    Wednesday, April 28th, 2010 20:14

    6

    great collections.

    thank you.

    0
  • Frank

    Wednesday, April 28th, 2010 13:55

    5

    TOP List of WP-Sites.
    It shows us that WP is more than an Blogsystem

    +6
  • Brandon Connell

    Wednesday, April 28th, 2010 19:45

    4

    I always love looking at unique WordPress sites. It is amazing what some designers do to make them look like static websites.

    0
  • Blog Tips

    Wednesday, April 28th, 2010 12:48

    3

    Awesome list of sites using WP! It used to be very easy to tell a WP site, now you really can’t tell because the design has come so far!

    0
  • Thomas Craig

    Wednesday, April 28th, 2010 15:25

    2

    Great list Siva, WordPress is definitely making its way into a CMS rather then just the cliche of a blogging tool. Not only are designers changing the way a WordPress site looks, as blog tips mentioned, but developers are getting creative with there templates and page rendering options.

    0
  • Peter Stern

    Wednesday, April 28th, 2010 15:14

    1

    Hey Siva, totally agree. In the past two years, WordPress has become a legitimate option for businesses and organizations who want something that does not look second rate. The CMS uses are incredible… far beyond what normal people would have access to. I recently started a business called Wordfresh that offers WordPress sites… I’d love for you to give me some feedback on some of our work! Keep up the great blogging!

    0

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