Wordpress, one of the most popular blogging and content management software sites out there, has a tutorial that claims to let you create an e-commerce website in five minutes.
All of these contain blogging features along with many other capabilities, and it's possible that if you only need a blog that using one would be overkill.There are also blog-centric CMS's available, such as the very popular Wordpress.
The company creates WordPress blogs, message boards, ecommerce solutions, photo galleries, product demos using Flash, complex interactive calendars, user registration portals, product catalogs, banners, and Flash websites.
While these don't offer some of the bells and whistles of the full WordPress installation, that can be a blessing in disguise because it forces you to concentrate on what's really important: the content.
While content management systems like WordPress and Joomla will support multiple blogs and multiple authors on a single blog, they are designed for relatively few actual sites--a dozen or so.
With the easy approachability of free platforms like Blogger and Wordpress, more and more people are creating their own video game blogs as a part of their video game home based business.
All of the parts of a theme are created using sophisticated CSS and HTML tags, and that means that a misplaced comma, semicolon, or parentheses can wreak havoc on your WordPress blog.
The collections here include base templates for WordPress, Joomla, and Mambo content management platforms as well as PHPNuke, PHP-Fusion and forum templates like phpBB and vBulletin.
We've been known to recommend the Zend Framework, work frequently on Magento e-commerce projects, and stretch WordPress to its limits as a customized Content Management System.
Whether you're using the free, hosted version of WordPress or the downloadable software on your own domain, there are a bunch of widgets available to help you import RSS feeds.