Category: WordPress Tips
Web design and development is always changing — and not just the look and feel of what’s current in website design and layout. The code evolves, the technology advances, and even the tools and systems we use for building and managing websites change. WordPress has been the most effective, and the most popular, website management system for many years. One of the perks of using WordPress is that there are tons of add-ons, from the themes that render a website’s design to the plugins that enhance its functionality and performance. In the beginning, there were free themes and custom themes. Read More
These days, almost all websites are built on content management systems, which is a fancy term for software that makes your website work. Foremost among these systems is WordPress. According to Wikipedia, WordPress is “used by more than 60 million websites, including 30.6% of the top 10 million websites as of April 2018. WordPress is the most popular website management system in use.” And for good reason. Although it was originally created as a blogging platform, WordPress has evolved into a robust system for designing, building, and managing a website. It’s just as likely to be the system behind a bustling online store Read More
WordPress is quite possibly the best thing that has happened to websites since the Internet itself. If you ask someone what WordPress is, there’s a good chance they’ll tell you it’s a blog platform, but it’s so much more than that. Since it first hit the web in 2003 as blog software, WordPress has evolved into a fully functioning content management system. It stores your content, keeps it organized, and makes your website easy to manage and navigate. Best of all, it’s free.