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April 19, 2016
There be 50 ways to do things and Linux is no exception.
CMS(content management system):
Drupal WordPress Joomla Concrete Friendica
FFCMS(flat-file content management system):
Pico Phile Grav Kirby Anchor FlatPress Jekyll Jekyll-bootstrap Octo[pus] Ruh-Oh
This alone wants you to pull out your hair. And the differences are minor once you start to blog.
You want to BLOG, and not be BOTHERED by THEMEING, code glitches, or HELL of .htaccess [forbidden and denied] messages.
YOU WANT IT TO WORK. Out of the box.
The differences are in the engine and how it works.
The more noob friendly it is, the WORSE the server performance.
Hackers know this.
Pico/Phile need PHP running server-side.
–But you get a flatter site with nothing running on the server. –And more features.
Everything else needs a LOCAL setup and a BUNCH of other funky depends.
At least people have somewhat documented the process…unlike some of these CMS-es…
…which dont even WORK with a proper SSL setup.
–What are you living in … 1995?
I hope you like languages:
–And then the hacks that go with them.
You want MOBILE?
You need to learn to hack(CSS).