WordPress vs. Nucleus

NucleusCMSDavid & Angie, how does the WordPress interface compare with your other blogs on Nucleus?WordPress

6 thoughts on “WordPress vs. Nucleus”

  1. I like it, but then again, I’ve only made one post to it so far. It did seem user-friendly and easy to post to, so I’m all for it. nucleus was not bad, but I didn’t feel like I had any control over those things down the right hand side. For example, updating my links involves petitioning David to do it for me. Which is fine, but I can do that part of it so that he doesn’t have to mess with the small stuff. MovableType was nice in that I felt just smart enough to do stuff (like links, etc.), but not smart enough to screw everything up. nucleus makes me feel stoopid and bothersome b/c I can’t do anything and always have to bug David for stuff (hence, my links are not current–not b/c he doesn’t do them-he does!-but more b/c I don’t like to ask him to do stuff–he’s a busy guy, you know!)

    All that to say, I like them both, but for different reasons. Let’s do try this WordPress thing and see how it goes!

  2. Hey, glad that WP is working out for you so far, and is a little bit easier on the intuitive/permission side. If you like WP better, it would be easy to switch you over on the other side, although there would be a little tweak to import all past entries. I don’t remember this being too big of a problem in the past, however.

  3. OK, I’ve restored the PHP code so that you can see latest updates on all but my blog. Last time I tried to do the PHP code so it would get the latest update from a site not hosted on dishmans.net, it didn’t quite work. I’ll see if I can get to it soon…

  4. A cool thing about Nucleus is that it requires you to type in that anti-spambot code before you can post instead of requiring logging in somewhere (or not doing anything).

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