Okay, okay, I know it might be a silly question to you all, but I’m actually a little confused here.
I went out searching for some software for my website to be able to post happenings with my family, some pictures, and stuff about my interests. What I came up with was a plethora (sound messy enough?) of choices!
It appears that it’s broken down basically into two camps: blogs and cms. It seems that you can take a cms and configure it to do blogs, but on the other hand, you can take blog software and through plugins and other enhancements pretty much turn it into a cms. Is that basically it? Kinda just where you start from?
If that’s the case, then WP is probably what I want. Start out simple and add on from there. I guess the only concern would be how far I can take it, but I can’t see WP being the limiting factor here.
So, again, I ask: What is the difference between blog software and a cms?
Thanks for reading,
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