What web-based Content Management System (e.g. Blogger) has the best support for chess content?

What web-based Content Management System (e.g. Blogger) has the best support for chess content?

I am contemplating starting a website/blog, and trying to choose between Blogger, WordPress, and Drupal (but open to others). My needs are mostly blog-like - to post static pages and regular updates, and I'd like to choose a platform that has good support for embedding FEN/PGN strings/files out the box and generating diagrams and replayable games. I'd also like to link to a static pgn file with many combinations and have a gadget that would display a diagram with a "Daily Tactic". So far I looked into Blogger, and it does not have much support out of the box, and actually makes it difficult/impossible for me to embed Javascript that I have pre-generated with something like PalView. What are my other options?

Solutions/Answers:

Answer 1:

Have you looked at pgn4web?
http://pgn4web.casaschi.net/home.html

It supports adding PGN for replay and I believe Tactics too.
Also supports major platforms like WordPress, blogger.
I have published a simple replayable game with it on blogger and it works like a charm.
http://mychessapps.blogspot.in/2013/12/my-3-min-blitz-game-on-fics.html

Note that pgn4web for WordPress requires a hosted version of WordPress on which you can install the plugin; it will not be compatible with a blog hosted at WordPress.com

Answer 2:

I am writing for a Chess Blog (Blogger) from time to time, using KV Chess (former Chess Flash) to generate replayable chess games. Thus, the viewer is embedded as flash code. I did not manage to use PalView, it seemed a bit too complicated and had bugs. Perhaps it is better today? Cheers.

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Additional openings that are Chess Position Trainer compatible

Additional openings that are Chess Position Trainer compatible

I just started playing with Chess Position Trainer and I really enjoy the experience of playing through the "Closed Sicilian” repetoir that comes pre-loaded.  The manual mentions that you can build your own or purchase some through ebooks.
Where can I get additional openings that are Chess Position Trainer compatible and are targeted for beginners 1300?
The manual states:

After importing a professional ebook you can use the function Re-ordering of Candidate Moves
  (p. 77). This will take care of positions where the author offers alternative moves for a position. 
  It only works if the author used move assessments for each alternative though (which is usually 
  the case). Then the program will automatically bring them in order!

Solutions/Answers:

Answer 1:

Chess Position Trainer can be loaded with a PGN file of games in your repertoire. The manual describes how to do this.

The question of how to choose a repertoire is dealt with elsewhere on Chess.StackExchange.com.

Good guidance for how to prepare the PGN file for CPT is in the manual. The manual is available at the Chess Position Trainer website for free.

Answer 2:

Found 1 repertoire for Juniors so far:

Also, I’ve had some luck downloading PGN files from

I seem to have found some additional older files here:

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