What is WordPress?


WordPress is an open source content management system that allows you to create web sites using PHP in a simple way thanks to many features including linking text content like blog posts, articles etc., blogs etc., widgets/views/pages etc., custom functions like search engine optimization (SEO) & RSS feeds, keyboard shortcuts etc., plugins like applications which allow users to author comments & websites on blogs etc., forms for form validation & registration etc., cacheable data (like cookies) & templating engines (like JQuery)… All this can be done with WordPress even if you do not know how to code in PHP! It was originally developed by Matt Mullenweg (aka MooTools), currently owned by Automattic Inc.

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WordPress themes

Themes of WordPress and themes generally are used to customize the look of a website. Themes are also used in other software programs like Blogger, Joomla, Drupal etc. Since WordPress is a blogging platform where users can publish contents like blog posts, pages etc. It makes sense then that it would have some theme templates available for beginners.

WordPress themes have several advantages which make them easier to use than other types of plugins or templates. This mostly relates to customization as you can change a lot of things about the look and feel of your website without having to wait for the developer’s response. You just need to type out what you want in the short form fields (called shortcodes) then press the “Insert Shortcode” button and you are ready to go!

WordPress themes also make it much easier for users who come from different programming backgrounds as they do not need any coding knowledge at all! You don’t need any knowledge about HTML tags or CSS either as these things will be explained by WordPress developers who will help you with installation and activation after installation.

WordPress Plugins

A WordPress plugin is a piece of software that “plugs into” your WordPress site. Plugins can add new functionality or extend existing functionality on your site, allowing you to create virtually any kind of website, from ecommerce stores to portfolios to directory sites.

Plugins can make small tweaks on your site or massive changes, depending on their features. For example, you could use a plugin to add a WhatsApp share button to your site or to create a fully multilingual site. Or, if you run an ecommerce business, you might install a plugin to assist with payment gateways or allow visitors to book appointments online.

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