How do u rate wordpress out of 10

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  • #27324

    well i give 7/10

    #27788

    podz
    Member

    Hmm…. tricky……

    10/10 :)

    #27791

    vivianpaige
    Member

    9.5/10 (not a perfect score because they haven’t fixed the Norfolk tag)

    #27803

    blumoon
    Member

    I will have to say 9/10!

    #27804

    timethief
    Member

    That’s easy to answer 9.5/10 because I don’t give out perfect scores.

    #27806

    sdrane
    Member

    A score out of 10 would be meaningless unless one specified what ’10’ meant. So, here goes:
    Self-hosted WordPress: 10/10
    Wordpress.com: 8/10
    Blogger: 6/10

    #27808

    9.5/10 there should always be room for improvement!

    V

    #27815

    babbler
    Member

    8.5/10. It’s a great survice, with catagories, askimet, pages, etc.

    But the limitation on customization and little bugs in the WYSIWYG editor bring my score down.

    #27816

    6/10….. Should have more customising options, custom header on default, and be able to use some javascript.

    #27824

    veltis
    Member

    Ehhh javascript… asking for trouble, I think. What do you need it for? I think the best thing about WP is you don’t get bogged down in a MySpace-like customization swamp. I like the limits. They keep me focused on actually writing stuff instead of tweaking the borders of my comment boxes, etc. If you really want a custom, custom blog, why not make one from scratch then? Or use self-hosted WP?

    Anyone use Backpackit? Same philosophy: Less features(but highly polished ones) = more useable interface and a happier user experience.

    #27825

    massof
    Member

    4/10

    reson behid that it not very much user friendly as the other blog available at NET

    thanks

    #27830

    reaperxzr
    Member

    9.8/10 because (as far as i know before moving into self hosted blog):

    – Extremely fast server because i never had speed issue at wordpress
    – You always using the latest version of wordpress with enhanced security feature which is unavailable at self hosted blogs (unless you know about php) and this is extremely important
    – There’s no need to do daily backup =P
    – There’s no need to promote your blogs into thousand of blogs directory , search engine, because of wordpress tag system
    – Unlimited bandwidth and storage (not as file storage / photo storage) which is not available on self hosted blog .. lol
    – etc , etc

    #27838

    cornell
    Member

    It would be 10/10 from me. Why?

    a wp.com blog does everything I want and need it to do. It displays my blog posts in a readable fashion, clear, clean, SECURE and FREE.

    I have my hosted blog if I want to do any funky stuff and wp.com does the rest. I have (I think) 4 blogs here right now. :)

    Did someone give Blogger 4/10 back up the thread somewhere?

    /me runs away laughing….

    #27845

    raincoaster
    Member

    Wow, this looks familiar: can we kill the old thread?

    To reiterate: 9/10. I like that wordpress doesn’t let me put anything in my blog that would kill it. Also, that it makes google my bitch (google “Lucy Gao anal retentive” if you doubt). WordPress is mighty!

    #27854

    giftedadults
    Member

    9.9/10 for free blog platforms. I’ve tried damned near every one of them, and there’s just nothing close to WP.

    #27864

    leisureguy
    Member

    I would go with 9.8/10. I was thinking 9.9/10, but I wanted to allow more room for improvement.

    #27865

    ojulius
    Member

    7/10, but better than Blogger, which I just switched from. I’d like to see the pages refresh more quickly when changes are made. Specifically: comments, changes to the sidebar–those don’t happen for a long time. I haven’t actually timed this, but I generally shut down in the evening and in the morning, the changes finally appear online.

    #27867

    feck
    Member

    The glitches with photos are really irritating (thumbnails randomly disappearing) if this was fixed, 9/10… with the photo problems 4/10

    #27873

    timethief
    Member

    @ojulius
    All changes to your sidebar widgets are cached. If you clear your browser cache you will see the changes in short order. Taking as long as you have indicated means you have browser issues. Try forcing your browser to clear after you make changes. Hold down ctrl key and press F5 simultaneously. I’m on unlimited high speed internet service with a dedicated computer line (no phone splitting) I have a firefox browser and the changes I make to my sidebar are visible within seconds. The same can be said about my pages and comments they refresh almost instantly.In addition to browser issues you could also have ISP issues but I thought you should know that what you are reporting doesn’t have anything to do with wordpress.

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