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  1. I was thinking if it's a good idea to host it in Asia because this website is mainly for Asia customers , I'm sure there are lots of good hosting here in Europe, but I'm concerned with the latency, I never hosted in Asia, so any ideas will be good.
  2. I decided to make with PW one of my websites. Which webhost do you recommend?
  3. What the difference between these installs/profile (default, classic, blank, beginner, site-languages)?
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  6. Here's a plus for WP, over 65 million websites runs on WP, is it true? How many websites run on PW?
  7. wp = 1 pw = 1 keep voting we'll see who wins http://www.examiner.com/article/why-html-vs-wordpress-debate-is-obsolete
  8. @LostKobrakai what you say makes sense. Good post. Now let's start voting for the best CMS. I vote for PW. See counter below, just change number. Vote for PW = 1
  9. It's completely understandable this is a PW forum, so expect people here will think PW is the superior CMS. Go to other forums they will think their CMS is the best. I personally think PW is a powerful useful CMS. But the answer to the question on what is the best CMS is always opinion based. Only hard numbers are not debatable. Also think PW could be good match for big data. Can anybody give a link to a website that used PW for big data? Thank you for your help.
  10. I guess PW is an ok CMS, it's just not the most used. But I think I will implement one of my websites using PW, see if it scales. http://w3techs.com/technologies/overview/content_management/all But I agree PW got some strong points, not just widely used, maybe one day it will be. Yes this is a good link from I believe mr-fan, thank you https://processwire.com/talk/topic/7565-making-pw-more-userfriendly/page-8#entry73748
  11. Just visit and you'll see who uses WP https://wordpress.org/showcase
  12. One advantage of WP are plugins, saves users to hire expensive developers for custom functionality. The advantage is not only in numbers but also ease of use (plug and play). PW does that it will be a big step forward.
  13. We'll here are the links, https://www.drupal.com/feature/drupal-scalability https://en.wordpress.com/notable-users/ So the question is does PW scale as well? Unless we can name at least one of the top 100 websites in the world that uses PW, then it's safe to say that PW's weakness is scalability comparing to other CMS. A room for improvement?
  14. @adrian Drupal and Wordpress can run facebook. The Weather Company uses Drupal to help manage content on its Weather.com site, among the 100 or so busiest sites in the world. Others, like GRAMMY.com and publications in the Time Inc. family, handle periodic traffic spikes easily -- all on Drupal. For wordpress, CNN, Forbes, Reuters, New York Tmes. I'm not saying processwire can't. Your thoughts...
  15. For really large websites like facebook PW seems not to fit?
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