WordPress

Excerpt from the WordPress: evaluation:

"WordPress aficionados will note the one-click upgrade for the core software, not just the plugins. While you should be careful to back up your software and database before you proceed, upgrading is painless and quick. However, this does mean that you have to have ..."

(P. 784 in the Web Content & Experience Management Report. )

WordPress

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