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    WordPress to Normal Looking Website

    I have a few sites I want to publish, I like to use WordPress, but it's not a blog I'm going to be working on, just some normal informative websites.

    I've seen this around on other sites, but is there any way I can install a mod or something that will allow me to use the WordPress installation as a regular website? I dont mind if this mean hiding the blog facility. I just want it to consist of pages, with my desired theme.

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    I'd say just use css to hide the stuff you don't want people to access. That'd be what i'd do at least. Just make sure you lock out the table for user accounts so no one can look at the hidden code to create an account and mess with things...sure they'll never display on screen but you don't need people meddling with stuff in the background.

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