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Is it possible to create a Word Press Blog & use it from a Drupal site?

There seems to be no way to make a Drupal blog that doesn't require a phd in web development in order to do a post.

Nothing for the AVERAGE person.
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Question by:Richard Korts
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by:Jason C. Levine
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Heh. Welcome to the main reason people decide to not use Drupal ;)

Technically there is no reason why you couldn't create a subdirectory in your Drupal structure and install WordPress there.
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nanharbison earned 500 total points
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It's pretty much already finished, did you check:
yourwebsite.com/blog
?
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