What is WordPress exactly? And do you recommend it?
What is WordPress exactly?
Some people say that it is a Free Blog service.
Others say that it is a Web Site development tool.
Then others say that it is a CMS. Whatever that means since it seems to have so many :)
And when you create a Web Site on WordPress, is it Hosted on their Data center or do we host the site on our own rented server?
So what is exactly WordPress?
And when do you best think it should be used?
Well, WordPress is open source content management system, available for all free of cost. It is available Hosted on WordPress Data center and yes of course we can use it on our own rented server as well.
WordPress is by far the most prominent CMS out there.
Most splendid fact about WordPress is around 75.00 Million Sites Depend on WordPress. You surprised even i was surprised.
Well if you are looking for WordPress hosting paid let me refer you a UAE based web hosting company UAESOL.com. Host provide pre-installed WordPress hosting services in UAE and worldwide you should try it.
I have been a wordpress developer for about five years now, and it's pretty simple really. What it is is a system for creating websites with plugins that make the site do different tasks. Things like running an online store, or even an affiliate program. I think wordpress is the best website system there is! Yes, it's well worth your time if you're going to build a site.
I answered the what is... and ran out of space. :-)
It started out as a blogging software platform and it's roots are showing & graying.
Most commercial hosting services offer installing the Wordpress software as an option. You can download it and install it yourself but if you have to ask this question... you probably don't want to start off doing that.
The only application I would recommend it for is - a blog driven site (naturally) or niche marketing for a narrow target / short product list and relatively small consumer base. In the long run, it's a black box approach and there's no gentle learning curve to it. You are either what you are handed or have to become very proficient with PHP & JS - because the inevitable solving conflicts when you have various blocks of code being mashed up is far harder on code you didn't write.