Categories Asides Stanford Health Post author By Matt Post date September 13, 2004 8 Comments on Stanford Health Stanford Community Health Resource Center looks like a highly modified WordPress installation. Hat tip: Gross Anatomy. Share this:Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window) Related ← RSS Sky → Realtime Comment Spam Blacklists 8 replies on “Stanford Health” yeah, i saw their wp-login.php, stripped down of all designs… cool though… Yup. Hacked and cracked all by myself! I’ve kept a list of all the changes, was going to post a short tutorial on how it works and what I hacked, in case anyone wants to do something similar in the future. It’s basically a very basic CMS, with admin functionality so that students can post projects, which then are automatically saved in draft mode. The admin then gets a list of projects “to be approved,” clicks publish, and there you have it. Also renamed a lot of the menus “Projects” instead of “Posts,” etc, and extensively used the meta data as well. Thanks for the link! Graham—That’s some of the most creative thinking I’ve heard in awhile. Graham – would be very interested in seeing a list of changes and hacks you’ve used. Have recently been re-inventing WP myself for a forthcoming project. Some wp-stuff still works: wp-admin for example. Nice work. Wow! Great site, Graham. I’m sure lots of people would be interested in reading up on what you did and how you did it. I know I would! Very Nice. Share what you did. It’s up at wordpress-as-cms. Comments are closed.