Blogging with PivotX
Check out this full-featured solution for your personal or business blog.
WordPress might hold the title of the most popular blogging engine on the Web, but it's not the only fish in the sea. Plenty of competent blogging applications exist, including PivotX . Besides its incredibly easy three-step installation procedure, PivotX offers a few neat features that make it a great alternative to the existing blogging engines.
For starters, PivotX can manage multiple blogs, so you can, for example, maintain your work and private blogs in a single PivotX installation. The blogging engine supports commenting and moderation features, built-in spam protection, themes, and multiple authors.
However, perhaps PivotX's most interesting feature is its ability to store data in either plain text files or in a MySQL database, which offers maximum flexibility. Finally, a slick and well-thought-out administration graphical user interface lets you manage your blog with consummate ease.
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