A CMS is basically a simple way to say a tool that makes editing your content and managing it very simple. It has all back-end code built in to make creating a website extremely intuitive and accessible to everybody. The astounding success WordPress has undergone since being developed nearly 15 years ago is remarkable.
It started off humble and small like most good things. It had fewer users than actors in the Breakfast Club. It is now easily the most used CMS platform to build beautiful websites and blogs. Almost 30% of all websites use WordPress, that’s more than 60 million websites! That is a crazy number, but regarding only websites that have CMS platforms, it makes up 60% of them! Those statistics are a testament to the user-friendly capacity and beautiful layout of WordPress.
After using WordPress, you want to know what other users are creating and how. Well, thankfully there is something called WordCamp which is basically meetings that happen around the world. They are easy to find. It consists of people who use WordPress and have personally developed techniques and strategies to maximize the potential latent in this open sourced system. What’s more is you can meet people in your area who are asking the same questions you have.
Connect with a whole community of web developers that surrounds this global website CMS tool. I wonder when creating this back in 2003 they had any vision of what it could look like almost 15 years down the line. So not only do you join the open sourced website building platform but also an open-sourced community building platform. You get to meet all the people in the same spot as you are. And learn what you can do with what you are already using.
WordPress is used most commonly for blogs and online shops. It is incredibly easy to manage. Upon creation, you are given a dashboard that has access to all parts of your website in one spot. You can easily update and manage your content, products, and themes from the dashboard.
There really is no limit to the capabilities of what you can do on WordPress. There are countless reviews and people who have shared their experiences with WordPress.
We here at eMagid, as a web development company are entirely capable of utilizing all Wordpress options and potential. We have done this for years and know it inside out. We trust the security of the site as having never had an issue with it before and there aren’t many cases of stolen data.
You can check out a number of the websites we have made on it already. The open-ended element works to our benefit because we also create our own websites. We know the front and back end of designing websites so we can edit any element of it and create anything you need.