Which WordPress plugin can I use to track any content changes (articles and pages, especially)?

WordPress has some of this functionality built-in, and it’s often overlooked. It’s not super sophisticated, like a true version control system, but it’s better than nothing.

When you create posts or pages, WordPress will save previous versions of something you’ve worked on more than once. These are called revisions. Find a post or page that you’ve done many edits to, and open it in the editor. Take a look near the top right in the “Publish” box. This box may ...

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How would I add a drop down menu to the content of my WordPress page?

If your template supports dropdown menu, just place menu item hierarchically (drag and drop on parent menu item) in settings. If not, you’ll need to pick another theme or make changes in current one.

If you are brave enough to make changes and dig deeper in WordPress here’s article for you: “Navigation Menus

GNU General Public License allows you to make changes in any ...

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What WordPress plugins allow you to create modular content to add to different pages/posts?

You are correct, you can’t do it “out of the box” but WordPress is so flexible it is possible to make it happen, if you can code in PHP or possibly if you can scour and find the plugins that will enable it.

Looking at that requirement I’d probably create a Custom Post Type for the equivalent of a Squidoo Lens and then use comments and comment meta to store each of the different types of items since comments are one-to-many ...

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Is there a platform or WordPress plugin that lets you customize exactly which users/subscribers have access to each page of content?

My favorite by far is Your Members http://www.yourmembers.co.uk/

The framework it is built upon is very secure, and the developers provide great support. It is however most suitable for technical users.

Other alternatives include DAP (Digital Access Pass), S2 Member, Wishlist Member, Using A member to manage things, and there are also dedicated plugins for use with Infusionsoft.

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Which is the best CMS (WordPress vs Drupal) to setup for a community-based (social features, user generated content) and a editorially curated content website?

In fact, when choosing between WordPress and Drupal, one of the deciding factors is how easy you can leverage the tool. Especially, if you are the new users and have limited knowledge in coding and website development, you should choose one that can get you started straight away.

Bearing this in mind, you’d better stay away from Drupal, whose back-end is more complicated than that of WordPress.

WordPress is recognized as the most easy-to-use CMS. Technical experience is not necessary, and it ...

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