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Subject:Re: OT: Blog software suggestions From:Richard L Hamilton <dick -at- rlhamilton -dot- net> To:jimmy -at- breck-mckye -dot- com Date:Mon, 27 Feb 2012 14:32:45 -0800
I run a couple of blogs and our company website on Wordpress and haven't had to do any CSS (or other) programming. And, the odds are pretty good that you can find a free theme that will do what you want. In fact, the default theme these days is pretty nice.
If you don't want to install your own software, you can get a free wordpress blog at wordpress.com.
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On Feb 27, 2012, at 2:26 PM, jimmy -at- breck-mckye -dot- com wrote:
> I'd just stick with Wordpress. It's open source, so it's free. However, themes can cost money or come with other organizations' trademarks unless you're willing to edit them yourself (pretty trivial, even without programming experience, though CSS exposure is a plus).
> On 27.02.2012 21:05, M -dot- Vina-Baltsas -at- mindray -dot- com wrote:
>> Hi, everyone,
>> I'd like to start my own health & wellness blog, to accompany my FaceBook
>> page (Curly Haired Chicas Health Quest), and am just starting to research
>> blog software. Anyone have any software/blog suggestions they'd care to
>> share? Please keep in mind that I'm doing this on a budget.
>> Thanks in advance! :-)
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