It’s no secret that WordPress is being adapted to go well beyond its traditional blog functionality. In my free time I’ve been doing a lot with WP and in most cases it becomes a content management system. But for a site that isn’t a blog it’s kind of like fitting a square peg in a round hole. Pages aren’t quite pages, posts turn into special pages, tags and categories are adapted for organizing and showing data, widgets are modified to make universal yet flexible pieces on the site, and the whole thing you have to kind of “get used to”. Plugins help expand the functionality and I’ve recently started playing around with Flutter, which is proving itself to be very a powerful step in using WordPress as a content management system.