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Why Using WordPress to Build Websites?

Why using WordPress to build websites? 

WordPress is an open-source website creation platform that is written in PHP and uses a MySQL database. In non-geek speak, it’s probably the easiest and most powerful website content management system now.

WordPress is an excellent website platform for a variety of websites. From blogging to e-commerce to business and portfolio websites, WordPress is a versatile CMS. Designed with usability and flexibility in mind, WordPress is a great solution for both large and small websites.



WordPress is a strong content management system because of its origin in blogging. It is very easy for an admin to navigate through the backend of their WordPress site, edit pages and upload new content. WordPress makes it simple to organize content without a lot of website management knowledge.

The biggest advantage is how easy it is to navigate through the pages and content. Hence, why it’s a great CMS. It’s set up so that those with just the most basic skills can understand what is going on. As long as you understand computers and the language on a simple level, WordPress will work with you. You can adjust things as you move on, depending on your likes and dislikes.

Install Plugins

Plugins are going to be your best friend here. With other CMS, the plugins tend to be harder to read, understand and use. It’s all up to you how you want to use it. There are lots of free and paid plugins you can install to make developing sites easier. See this article choosing the right WordPress plugins.

There are over 54,000 mostly free and paid plugins available to WordPress users. These plugins allow you to customize and enhance any WordPress site. If you need to make specific changes to the functionality on your site, chances are there is a plugin to do just that. We wrote a guide on how to assess the quality of these plugins to ensure they don’t hurt your site’s security.

WordPress includes all the elements needed to create a basic site, but many users want more specialized functions related to a site’s specific needs. The WordPress plugin directory 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.

Great Flexibility and Adaptability

Although WordPress was originally designed to support blogging and related types of online publishing, it also powers a wide range of sites with other purposes. WordPress is used to run complex sites for large multinational corporations, manage small businesses, and create personal blogs. WordPress sites can contain full-service eCommerce stores, showcase a portfolio, or host a social network, group, or podcast. Whatever a company’s requirements, the core WordPress package plus a variety of basic and premium plugins that are suitable for your site. Thanks to its many themes and easy access to its source files, WordPress is also endlessly adaptable to a company’s changing needs.

WordPress has thousands of themes available. Generally, these themes are very reliable when it comes to being responsive. With an increasing amount of internet surfing done on mobile devices, having a mobile-friendly site with consistency across all devices is very important to the UX; WordPress does a good job with this. 

Building Ecommerce Sites

An e-commerce website allows you to sell goods or services online and collect payment via an online payment system. You can download and install a WordPress e-commerce plugin to extend the default functionality of WordPress so you can have an online store on your website.

eCommerce is popular for WordPress sites. More people are buying things online. More people are selling online. WordPress eCommerce plugins like WooCommerce have played a big role in this. If your content is optimized efficiently, then you can direct more people to your brand. It’s going to make it easier for you to make a sale. WordPress is also good at teaching the user which words will lead to more sales, versus the ones which will not.

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How many of you are bloggers out there? This is your lucky day. Yes, WordPress has graduated to other levels, aside from the blogging. Blogging is still at the core of the program, though. If blogging is your primary way of earning money and talking to people, then you need to get on board with WordPress soon, if you haven’t done so already. It’s going to be a big help to you.

A blog is a special type of website devoted to sharing thoughts, photos, reviews, tutorials, recipes and so much more. Blogs usually display the most recently-published content first. 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.

Open-source Software

“WordPress is an open source software and any one can use, study, change and redistribute its source code” (WPBeginner). Many of the themes and plugins are free under the GPLv2 license and being an open-source software, WordPress programmers are able to openly share code online. The sharing of code can result in the ability to save a lot of developing time and costs by using an existing code. WordPress is not owned by a single company or entity. Hundreds of developers and users collaborate and contribute to the software to make it better. The spirit of open-source means constant improvements, accountability and free usage for everyone.

Using an open source platform is also valuable when you’re working with a 3rd party partner or agency to develop your WordPress website. You won’t be stuck working with a proprietary software that only a small group of developers can work on. There are a number of different WordPress developers out there that have the ability to support your website if you ever need to change partners.

Ease of Use

Even if you’re unfamiliar with CMS and you don’t have a programmer or designer, you can still build a professional site with WordPress.

In terms of administration, WordPress is significantly easier to use than any of its competitors. The administrative interface is much more intuitive and adding content is quick and simple. Also, installing plugins takes very little effort.

With WordPress, you don’t have to be dependent on a web designer. You can log in to your dashboard and add, edit, or remove anything with a few clicks. The WordPress dashboard is easy to understand and easy to use. Besides, most of the major web hosting providers offer a simple, one-click installation of WordPress.

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