is a free platform initially developed to build blogs, BUT nowadays it is used as a content management system for websites. A large number of developers are choosing WordPress as a solution when setting up a website due to perceived advantages of the platform; these advantages, however, are not always correctly understood. Therefore, the goal of this Video is to present all the pros and cons of building a website using WordPress.
There are many benefits, related to the use of the wordpress.
Its open source structure many programmers openly share their code online, which results in the ability of users to save developing time and costs by using existing code
Convenient use – the wordpress is made for the majority of market, so the admin interface is convenient and friendly towards non-professionals. WordPress is a simple system to operate. The Webmaster hardly needs to spend time learning the system before he/she can begin to work with and edit the site content. In addition, the system is super simple to install. And that brings us to next point.
Its fast construction – one of the main advantages of the system is its ability to be easily installed on a hosting server so the Webmaster can start working with it within a short timespan
Its Price – I know, we have talked that wordpress is open source. But wordpress development price is also cheap compared to full stack development in node or pure asp. Also there are hundreds and hundreds of developers ready on sites like freelancer to take your project and make it live.
Plugins: You need a video support, there is a plugin. you need live chat, there is a plugin. You need map integration, there is a plugin.