wordpress as cms
I love WordPress for its flexibility more than anything else! For the same reason, WordPress doesn’t cease to amaze you, every time you start tweaking it, it gets into another form, another use and serves another new purpose. And when it comes to Content Management Systems, WordPress is one of the best available blogging platform today that can be converted to a full fledged CMS. Here are some cool tutorials that I found interesting and will help you convert your WordPress blog into a full fledged Content Management System.
WordPress is first and foremost a blogging platform, but that doesn’t mean that it can’t be used for other things as well. In fact, the development of WordPress have been such that I wouldn’t be surprised to see a non-blog focused fork soon, because the necessary functionality for most web sites on the admin side of things are already there. I know, because I’ve installed and used WordPress as a content management system (CMS) for several clients the last year or so, and have had no complains yet.
Members is a plugin that extends your control over your blog. It's a user, role, and content management plugin that was created to make WordPress a more powerful CMS. The foundation of the plugin is its extensive role and capability management system. This is the backbone of all the current features and planned future features. Plugin Features: Role Manager: Allows you to edit, create, and delete roles as well as capabilities for these roles.