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Should i keep using concrete5?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by ramenman, Jan 2, 2012.

  1. ramenman

    ramenman Power Member

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    My main site uses concrete5 , but it is still fairly new only 15 articles and other things. I am not able to man the site look professional since i have no coding knowledge, but the current state is not so bad :).

    Should i keep using it or no?

    What do most of you use to make ur websites?

    Did mark facebook use concrete5? ^_^
     
  2. ramenman

    ramenman Power Member

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    anyone wanna help me plz
     
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    Keep using it, just get a better looking theme, that's all you need. I like how easy it is to add new functionality to the backend via PHP. I barely use WP anymore, it's a hacker's jackpot because of it's popularity, and exploits don't get reported until they've been used all the way to hell and back.
     
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    Most use Wordpress.
     
  5. ramenman

    ramenman Power Member

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    If i showed you my website could you tell me if im going in right direction?
     
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    can i use all the tools here like scape and other things on concrete5? '

    My main problem with concrete5 is that say i click on a empty horizontal block and put a small 250 x 250 block in there, i cant use the left over space in the block. so i can only put 1 thing on every block.




    Themes r expensive o_o
     
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    You can convert any html theme to Concrete5, and you can then assign more blocks per div within the theme's HTML.