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    How to shape my website that looks better

    I m about to design a new website regarding the music knowledge. I come out with an idea which the readers or surfers can comment on what I post on my websites. But I dont know how to create such facilities on my website. Sorry, if I have put this query on the wrong site.

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    May I suggest using WordPress? People will be able to comment on your posts.

    www.wordpress.org
    Maarten

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    I agree with Maarten. I used WordPress myself in the past and found it very useful indeed.

    If you go to their website you can download the software straight away and I think it is free too.

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    Wordpress is very powerful and creates some great templates, one sidebar then the rest is perfect

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    Yeah WP is the answer to your problem. You don't have to do some coding in order for people to comment on your post because WP already did it for you.

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    I agree. Wordpress isn't just for blog anymore. You can do a full scale website out of WP.

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    Yes, WordPress is the way to go. Download it from http://wordpress.org/

    If you don't want to host it yourself, you could go with one of these two blog services:

    Blogger: http://www.blogger.com/ (owned by Google)
    WordPress: http://wordpress.com/ (notice .com, not .org)

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    I am unsure about the phpize command, but I do know you will need to ask support for the correct permissions to go about setting that up if im not mistaken.

    That and a part of me thinks this is already setup by default no?


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