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Beginner here...I can edit barely anything on Wordpress.com
2 projects | /r/Wordpress | 4 Jun 2023
Self-hosted WordPress (wordpress.org) has pretty much no limitations, but you would have to be willing to learn something and devote some time. For me, it is interesting and not difficult, but not everyone must share such interests.2 projects | /r/Wordpress | 4 Jun 2023
You need to buy a hosting plan somewhere else to use wordpress.org. Most of the hosting companies have 1-click WordPress installers nowadays. I assume you already have it?
When did the WordPress.org support forums decide to chase people away from WordPress?
2 projects | /r/Wordpress | 28 May 2023
and the prick that ran the wordpress.org forums BITCHED UP A STORM. I think that the exact wording was that I offered to help the guy, and the first 90 minutes were free.2 projects | /r/Wordpress | 28 May 2023
any pro plugin should be supported via the developer and not wordpress.org forums. It's always being like that.
WordPress vs Laravel: Which Platform Offers Better SEO Capabilities
3 projects | /r/u_simpliortechnologies | 25 May 2023
WordPress is a popular content management system (CMS) that powers over 40% of all websites on the internet. It is an open-source platform, which means that anyone can use it and modify it.
Planning to learn wordpress
2 projects | /r/Wordpress | 24 May 2023
Then start with https://wordpress.org docs and tutorials.
WordPress store customers info getting compromised help
2 projects | /r/Wordpress | 20 May 2023
You essentially need to delete all your files (except /wp-content/uploads and your DB) and install everything fresh from the source e.g. download wordpress from wordpress.org, and download your theme and plugins from their sources. Do not use backups or nulled software.
I f*ckd up
2 projects | /r/Wordpress | 19 May 2023
I wouldn't necessarily say that. People who don't have a background in building and managing web sites are not going to start off with all the technical knowledge they would need to manage a WordPress website themselves. So: if you already know enough about Linux system administration to set up a web server, then by all means do it your self with software from wordpress.org. Otherwise, the wordpress.com service is a reasonable option for beginners.2 projects | /r/Wordpress | 19 May 2023
To add to what the other guy wrote: there are two ways to run WordPress software. One is to get the free Wordpress software from wordpress.org, and sign up for a hosting account from some company that offers web hosting. Then you can install the software in your account, assign your domain to point to that web hosting server, and you'll have direct control of your website.
Looking for CMS recommendations based on specific requirements (Vue, forced Google OAuth)
2 projects | /r/webdev | 15 May 2023
HELP US. “Hey” Template only allows for three posts.
2 projects | /r/Wordpress | 31 May 2023
You know, I really think for super minimal blogs like this, Ghost is a better option. It’s faster, it’s easier, it’s built for publishers.
Should you be blogging as a software developer?
6 projects | dev.to | 26 May 2023
Ghost is another option, you can host Ghost yourself or pay for their cloud hosting platform. If you sign up for their hosting platform it doubles up as a newsletter as well but it can get quite costly if you have a lot of subscribers.
4 projects | /r/Frontend | 23 May 2023
Does anyone have any recommendations? Is something like Ghost going to be what I should go with?
Looking for a password-protected blog
2 projects | /r/selfhosted | 12 May 2023
Fastest way to get a great fast-loading site up?
4 projects | /r/webdev | 24 Apr 2023
Some common contenders are 11ty, hugo, astro, sveltekit (in SSG mode) etc... These can usually be hosted easily with netlify or vercel. These do not come with a CMS, so you may need to use a headless cms like ghost or wordpress (possible to run headless), or manage the content directly through markdown files, or use a cms like decapcms or tina that manages the files.
I created a guide showing how I migrated an existing Plex instance to Docker
3 projects | /r/PleX | 11 Apr 2023
Wow!! Great read!! Got it bookmarked 👍 Also, love the website! I'm hoping to get one myself - I'll have to look into ghost.org at some point.
11 projects | /r/sveltejs | 10 Apr 2023
Ask HN: Simplest CMS for blog type website
4 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 30 Mar 2023
You can! They are focussing on their publishing platform, but it's open source https://github.com/TryGhost/Ghost, see the self hosting guide https://ghost.org/docs/install/
How to Start Your Blog in 2023
8 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 20 Feb 2023
Happy user of Ghost .
Open source; small but smart team. Highly recommended.
Self-hosting Netlify CMS
5 projects | /r/selfhosted | 12 Feb 2023
I've used Ghost CMS in the past, but when setting up my personal blog I wanted more control over my content. Netlify CMS looked like a great way of editing markdown files stored in a git repository, but wasn't very easy to self-host (outside of Netlify).
What are some alternatives?
Wagtail - A Django content management system focused on flexibility and user experience
KeystoneJS - The most powerful headless CMS for Node.js — built with GraphQL and React
ApostropheCMS - Apostrophe is a full-featured, open-source CMS built with Node.js that empowers organizations by combining in-context editing and headless architecture in a full-stack JS environment.
Bludit - Simple, Fast, Secure, Flat-File CMS
Hexo - A fast, simple & powerful blog framework, powered by Node.js.
Grav - Modern, Crazy Fast, Ridiculously Easy and Amazingly Powerful Flat-File CMS powered by PHP, Markdown, Twig, and Symfony
Kirby - Kirby's core application folder
Postleaf - Simple, beautiful publishing with Node.js.