Roy Schestowitz wrote:
> PS - WordPress can be used as a CMS by all means. It is not exclusively a
> blogging package -- something which has become a fallacy nowadays.
Blogging software *is* CMS software, just with additional features
(comments, trackbacks and so on) to make it useful for blogs.
I was going to recommend WordPress also, though I think the themes is a
PITA (i.e. it has a learning curve that I haven't been willing to put
the time into yet and I'd rather just use my own CSS), and WordPress
1.5 permalink URLs is broken which makes it bad for SEO.
WordPress does use MySql and the pages are dynamically generated. If
your database server is slow that can be an issue in serving up pages.