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20 Common WordPress Mistakes, Myths and Misgivings

Posted byScotton08 10 2012. 0 Comments

Jesse Friedman, author of the Web Designer’s Guide to WordPress lists for us 20 common mistakes, myths, and other problems with WordPress.


  1. Using an administrator to post content
  2. Keeping “admin” as an administrator
  3. Keeping “wp_” as the table prefix
  4. Not replacing salts and keys
  5. Not backing up
  6. Too many categories, not enough tags
  7. Forgetting the cache
  8. Ignoring WordPress updates


  1. WordPress isn’t secure
  2. WordPress isn’t a CMS
  3. WordPress is ONLY for blogging
  4. Big companies and budgets don’t go with WordPress
  5. WordPress doesn’t provide support
  6. I can’t support WordPress
  7. It’s too difficult to manage and maintain all my WordPress installations


  1. WordPress for ecommerce
  2. WordPress can’t be responsive
  3. WordPress can’t do anything out of the box
  4. WordPress is open source
  5. WordPress plugins aren’t perfect

Read more at NetMagazine.com


[source: http://www.netmagazine.com/features/20-common-wordpress-mistakes-myths-and-misgivings]

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