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Ok, there is a difference between wordpress.com and self-hosted verion commonly but erroneously called wordpress.org The .com version is hosted by WordPress servers and have limitations on commercial use, so you would not use it if you have a commercial agenda. It also is limited to what themes and plugins you can use. So if you want to use special ...


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The question is already a bit aged, but maybe someone still stumbles upon it. Most of the mvc-based PHP frameworks offer a feature called scaffolding. With this feature you can easily create simple masks for CRUD operations. Instead of ids ususally a display-field is used for defining relations. I often use CakePHP to achieve what you describe, but it ...



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