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    Wow. Life is short. Erin's Avatar
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    So is it WP or WSP?

    It's just that WP usually means WordPress...

    But I'd like to know what Chris et al prefer.

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    I think I've been using WSP... mainly because that's what I've seen others do. Also, like you said, WP also means wordpress. We could probably tell the difference from the context in most cases, but just to be safe.

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    I prefer 'WebPub' Thats what I use, but no one else seems too...

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    I use whirlpool (www.whirlpool.net.au) which is also WP, so WSP works for me

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    WP also means wikipedia.
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    I use WSP for my bookmark

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    Speaking of WebPub, when I get a new car down the road, I'm going to get a new license plate issued that says "WEBPUB."

    I know you have something like that, Chris. What does your Camaro have on it?

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    Since Website is one word, WSP doesn't really make sense. I'm kind of partial to WPF.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KLB
    Since Website is one word, WSP doesn't really make sense. I'm kind of partial to WPF.
    Yeah but it is a compound word Web Site, that´s why.

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    How about foregoing acronyms and just using websitepublisher? It takes what, an extra 1.5 seconds to type out?
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    website publisher, website publisher, website publisher, website publisher, website publisher, website publisher, website publisher, website publisher, website publisher, website publisher, website publisher, website publisher, website publisher, website publisher, website publisher, website publisher, website publisher, website publisher, website publisher, website publisher, website publisher, website publisher, website publisher, website publisher.

    Um it takes on averagte it 1.498 seconds extra to type out website publisher rather than WPF.
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    WPF sounds good to me.. I shall use it from now on.

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