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Book Giveaway: Print Version of Digging into WordPress

[ Digging into WordPress ] I have a free print version of Digging into WordPress to give away to one lucky winner. To qualify for the giveaway, simply leave a comment on this post stating your absolute favorite thing about WordPress. The winner will receive a free printed copy of DiW shipped to their door, plus a lifetime subscription to the PDF version of the book. I will announce the randomly chosen winner next week. – Good luck! :)

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124 responses to “Book Giveaway: Print Version of Digging into WordPress”

  1. Korby Imagery 2010/01/06 7:23 am

    I like that the design is completely separate from the content. It’s so clean and easy. It makes some content management systems look bad.

  2. Archon Digital 2010/01/06 7:36 am

    My absolute favorite thing about WordPress is the large community of users, designers and developers who are all part of the reason why WordPress is such a successful CMS.

  3. The best with WordPress is the actual blogging feature :D and of course the possibility to make custom themes

  4. My favorite thing about WordPress is that it stole the keys to my heart.

  5. I really like the admin controls and how customizable they are per project. I can set up a WP install for clients of many different levels and easily customize their CMS experience to their level of knowledge.

    With everything being so modular – it’s pretty simple to reuse something I have to work hard on for one client later on another site.

  6. Lance Jurgensen 2010/01/06 7:32 am

    My favorite thing about wordpress is that I can setup a site, and very quickly train someone who has absolutely no knowledge regarding editing a website. In a short amount of time, they are up and running, editing pages, adding content to their site and managing it on their own.

  7. Monkeyail 2010/01/06 7:33 am

    * the templating/view system
    * those little usability things
    * the manual/reference

  8. K.I.S.S. = Keep It Simple Stupid! Long live WordPress.

  9. Shadow Caster 2010/01/06 7:49 am

    It masquerades as just a blogging program but it is really a powerful, easy to understand and extend CMS under the hood.

  10. My favorite thing is that even if you just know a little html or php WordPress is super powerful.

  11. I like that WordPress is very user friendly so my clients can pick it up and do most of their own content editing. I also like the way that I can add functionality by adding my own code into it’s execution.

  12. Joel Caballero 2010/01/06 9:26 am

    It’s opensource!!

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