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WordPress is a free, open-source content management system (CMS). WordPress is a popular website platform that is used to create blogs, online stores, portfolios and other types of websites. It is used by over 60 million websites worldwide. WordPress is easy to use and customise and has a large selection of plugins and themes available to help to extend what it can do. WordPress is a popular choice for personal and commercial websites as it is free and open source. As with Shopify, there are many pros and cons associated with WordPress. Here we will cover both to help you to make an informed decision as to whether of not, WordPress is the best platform for you to use.
WordPress is a great content management system for users due to its ease of use, flexibility, and wide range of features. The platform offers a user-friendly interface that allows even non-technical users to create and manage a professional-looking website without the need for extensive coding knowledge. Additionally, WordPress offers a vast array of plugins and themes, providing users with endless customisation options to create a unique and personalised website that meets their specific needs.
With a large community of users, developers, and designers, there is a wealth of resources available to help users get the most out of their WordPress website. All of these factors make WordPress an excellent choice for anyone looking to create a website that is both functional and visually appealing.
What are the pros:
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It was in 2003 when our director Glen was just finding his feet in computing at the ripe age of 16 years old. With his GCSE's complete Glen went off to college with his GNVQ in IT gaining 4 A*s in the subject he loved. It just so happened that in that very same year, the team from Automattic launched the first version of Wordpress, since then it has been an incredible journey with the platform seeing it flourish.
WordPress is a great platform that we have use on a regular basis to build websites upon. Some of those example clients are Gamers@Hart and Plussed. The Wordpress CMS is so adaptable it can be suitable for any business right out of the box, however as you can see in the two examples it can be designed and customised to exactly how you want it to look, feel and function.
The future of WordPress is expected to continue its growth as a popular content management system, with a focus on improving performance, security, and user experience. WordPress will likely adopt new technologies such as artificial intelligence and the Internet of Things, and continue to expand its mobile and eCommerce capabilities. Additionally, there may be increased competition from other platforms, but WordPress’s strong user base, open-source nature, and extensive plugin ecosystem will likely maintain its position as a leading platform and we’ll certainly be there along the way to support it. Here’s to the ride! 🍾