WordPress in Detail

About Wordpress in detail

WordPress in Detail : WordPress is a free and open-source Content Management System (CMS). It is an online site based on PHP and MySQL. It was mainly designed as a blogging tool but now it has evolved into a versatile CMS. Where, you can use it to create a simple blog as well as a fully operationable website and mobile applications. It is even used to create an online store using some WordPress plugins.

But some people still misunderstand it just as a blogging platform.

It is considered as the easiest and most popular CMS tool due to its features. The main feature of WordPress is its versatility and feasibility to use. There is no use of coding and designing skills for creating a website on this. Even a non-technical person can also create a website with the help of WordPress easily.

There are more than 26,000 themes and 31,000 plugins to create a website.

What is Content Management System (CMS)?

The Content Management System (CMS) is a software which stores all the data such as text, photos, music, documents, etc. and is made available on your website. It helps in editing, publishing and modifying the content of the website.

It was initially released on 27th May, 2003 by Matt Mullenweg and Mike Little, It was announced as open source in October 2009.

Features Of WordPress

  1. User Management 
  2. Media Management
  3. Theme System
  4. Extend with Plugins
  5. Search Engine Optimization Multilingual
  6. Importers

Advantages Of WordPress
  1. It is an open source platform and available for free.
  2. CSS files can be modified according to the design as per users need.
  3. There are many plugins and templates available for free. Users can customize the various plugins as per their need.
  4. It is very easy to edit the content as it uses WYSIWYG editor .
  5. Media files can be uploaded easily and quickly.
  6. It offers several SEO tools which makes on-site SEO simple.
  7. Customization is easy according to the user’s needs.

Disadvantages Of WordPress
  1. Using several plugins can make the website heavy to load and run.
  2. PHP knowledge is required to make modifications or changes in the WordPress website.
  3. Sometimes software needs to be updated to keep the WordPress up-to-date with the current browsers and mobile devices. Updating WordPress version leads to loss of data, so a backup copy of the website is required.
  4. Modifying and formatting the graphic images and tables is difficult.

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