Moved into my Seattle home

by Daniel on March 27, 2010

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Xiao December 17, 2015 at 4:55 pm

Interesting blog post.I started my cms eeexripnce using Joomla. Once you get the hang of it, you get a certain mind set. The backend is quite logical actually.I recently set my mind on broadening my eeexripnce. Started with WordPress, but had quite a different eeexripnce. Man, that cms gives me headaches! Why in the name of all that’s good are so many people working with it?Must be me Anyway, my point: I guess the only difference in you choice would be what fits with you. Yes, you might think Joomla to be crappy coding. You might be right. I don’t care, it works perfectly. Never a security issue, flawlessly running on all sites, some with quite a few users on it.Better still; I find it quite easy to instruct my clients to use it. They hardly call for assistance, which is a plus in my eyes.Google seems to accept the sites and even seems to like them. Some of my sites are up against big competitors and they still seem to win in the rankings, though I only have a fraction of the budget they have.You might be right about the code. But which of my clients is looking at the source code? Which of their users is looking at the source code? Google certainly isn’t. And I couldn’t care less about what other programmers think, I care about my clients making money with their sites. And for me: I almost never have to change the code. Which frees my hands to do the bit which I find interesting: marketing.So nice blogpost. Interesting to read a different opinion. And I’ll be happily sticking with Joomla.

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am 9ani si o greutate 50 kg la o inaltime de 1,42m si as vrea sa imi spune-ti cum sa am o silueta ca a dumneavoastra.fac volei si mai alerg dar am ,dupa aceea o foarte mare pofta de mancare.sunt eleva in clasa a 3-a.va urmaresc emisiunea de la PROtv.

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