Posted 12 July 2012 - 01:52 PM
I'm using the latest PageLines Framework and WordPress for a software company's site and have been asked to set up another site for a cabinet and furniture maker. These are very different beasts. The cabinet maker's site needs to be more of a glossy brochureware type of of site, with mainly static pages, minimal text, very few blog-style real-time posts or updating, lots of categorized galleries of photos that will not change often, etc. The hoster of this site allows for easy installation of WordPress, Joomla and Drupal. I've worked with older versions of Joomla quite a bit. Question: would I be better off using J or D instead of WP for this type of site? For example, just trying to set up a series of separate, statically-named directories for various cabinet and furniture photos in the WP media library is not particularly easy. I like certain WP and PL features, such as the QuickSlider, but just getting the static content established in the first place (prior to working on its presentation) is proving to be a bit of a pain. Appreciate any thoughts/comments/ideas!