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Is WordPress suited for corporate sites? Will it handle the amount of different information and structure required for such a site? When web sites all over the world require more and more user interactivity, and WordPress is highly configurable using plug-ins, it might be suited for a large corporate site, an, moreover, easily updateable by a non-technical person.

Let’s see what John Chow thinks about some revolutionary themes design, well-suited for corporate sites. And more “pro” thoughts and, in my opinion, a great insight on WordPress being suitable for non-blog web sites. If you really want to take a try, and I advice you to do it, read some useful resources for creating WordPress themes.

Let’s see a comparison between Joomla and WordPress. The arguments are strong, and WordPress wins only the blogging medal. However, let’s see some web sites running on WordPress and see how far can WordPress go.

To further see how far WordPress can go, let’s dive into a gallery of beautiful websites.

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