After hearing success stories from other developers about how they used content management systems (CMS) such as Drupal and Joomla to develop sites for clients, I evaluated both programs. I also learned that WordPress, which I have used for blogs, is also a good general purpose CMS. However, after working with all three programs, and converting both my personal and business sites to static WordPress sites (I have since re-coded both sites), I came to the conclusion that I have greater flexibility and can more quickly develop sites that are stable and standards-compliant if I do my own coding. I will continue to use WordPress for blogs. In those cases where a client wants to be able to add, edit, and delete site content, I will use SnippetMaster.