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Hello guys, Iam Jan a web/graphic designer from germany. For the last 2 weeks I was searching for a great cms soulution for small to medium-sized companies. My customers are artist, photographers, small agencys or startups. I really like the way PW works, because it seems like I can design everything and dont have to force the design in the system. I can write HTML/CSS and can implement JQuery as I would do on a static website, than I can make it dynamic using PW. Still there is one thing I struggle with, and thats to lern PHP. Iam by no means a programmer and I will never be one. I can see me learning the basics but would like to write PHP code as little as possible. I have tryed Wordpress for a small website and while I think PW is a much better/cleaner solution, I do like how it handels themes, plugins and backend UI. For me the plugins can really save me some time in using functions, that I would never be able to implement on my own or with a lot of work. To reach the Wordpress audience, there are some things that need to work better in PW in my opinion. -Easy export/import of themes/profiles without using modules -Showcase of themes/profiles on the PW site -HTML framework integration (e.g. Bootstrap, Kickstart, 960grid) and showcase on the website. -A simple Blog module. I know there is the Blog Profile but it seams a little to complicatet for me. -A gallery module with JQery integration. That would be great for the not so tech savvy design guys like me and other WP users. -Also a starter Tutorial on the Website (not the Forum) or a tutorial section would be cool, as some tutorials can be hard to find for a newbie. -The button view in the backend when you hover a page is not nessesary in my opninion as you can view it unsing the button on the top when you in edit mode. The first Option here should be edit, as thats would a normal user would do in most cases. Anyway I realy like PW and looking forward to use it on future project. Thanks for reading Jan