What is WordPress?
A word of attention! By an estimation 30% of total websites in the world are created in WordPress only.
WordPress ranks first place in the list of the three most often used website building technologies in the world, followed by Drupal Joomla. These all are open source to use, these all have the advantage of various add-ons for specialized functionality, and each one of them can be customized to any extent to suit the needs of every user.
Benefits of using the WordPress Platform
1. Very Flexible and Adaptable for Changing Needs
Though WordPress was initially designed to support merely for bloggers and similar types of online publishing, however gradually now it also powering a wide range of different websites with other objectives. WordPress is such a flexible, versatile and full of different plugins that it is being used for complex sites for big multinational corporations, for small and medium businesses, and of course primitives and original aim to create personal blogs.
WordPress is best suitable for the following formats:-
- AneCommerce stores,
- Showcase a portfolio,
- To host a social network, group, or for a podcast.
- For a static portal
- To design a dynamic website
Irrespective of any requirements, the basic WordPress package plus a range of basic and premium plugins that is suitable for a website. We also thanking to its many free themes and easy access to its source files, it is indeed endlessly adaptable to a company’s frequently changing requirements.
Themes Offer Multiple Options
WordPress themes offer users a variety of options for fine-tuning to the aesthetic, appearance and functions of a new website, we feel obliged to its huge and consistently growing directory basic and of course a range of premium of themes.
Most of these themes (Free and premium) are directly available to a new website owner by the WordPress theme directory, and countless others can be bought from third-party designers from around the world. One of the best features in WordPress is, the themes can be previewed live and installed at any time to change the WordPress site.
Plugins Extend Functionality
Though WordPress includes all the essential ingredients required to design a basic website when it comes to a specific need for performing any specialized functionality it offers endless plugin options.
WordPress has a rich plugin directory which includes hundreds of plugins—
small pieces of code designed to perform specific tasks—that allow users to add features such as shopping carts, galleries, contact forms, and more to any compatible WordPress site. Users can also purchase and install hundreds of custom plugins from third-party developers. Plugins can be activated or deactivated and uninstalled as needed as a site evolves.
WordPress Sites Rank High
Searchability is key to ranking high on Google and other search engines. WordPress sites tend to rank high for their keywords, largely because they’re constantly being updated and because WordPress includes a variety of tools and plugins for optimizing content for SEO (search engine optimization).
All WordPress Sites Are Mobile Responsive
Mobile responsiveness is also a factor in Google rankings, so websites need to look good on any device. WordPress offers a variety of responsive theme designs, and users can also make a static site responsive with plugins and adjustments to theme files.
WordPress Sites Have a Built-In Blog
Since WordPress is a content management system software, it has multiple features that make publishing content easy. One of these is a “built-in” blog feature that can be accessed from any device, at any time, so that users who want to add a blog to their website don’t have to create one separately. That makes it possible even for sites unrelated to blogging to use the blog feature for adding updates or announcements.