Further thoughts on ExpressionEngine and WordPress

For the past year or so, the content of this website has bounced around between ExpressionEngine (EE) and WordPress—primarily because I am not completely satisfied with either platform. Both have their advantages and disadvantages. Because of this, I continue to look for better ways of doing things. The following is by no means a comprehensive…

Moving this site to WordPress

ExpressionEngine (EE) is well suited to a custom site design. It’s the fastest way that I know of to convert a static custom site design into a dynamic site powered by a CMS. I’ve been using the software since 2008 to build custom websites for my clients. I’ve always appreciated the approach that EE takes…

Removing index.php with ExpressionEngine and Media Temple

Two recent ExpressionEngine projects are hosted at Media Temple in the “DV” environment. Due to how the server is set up, the normal method of removing index.php from the URLs will not work. ExpressionEngine needs a “?” in the rewrite rules in this specific case. Otherwise, an error of “no input file specified” will be…