WordPress is a free and open source blogging tool and a content management system based on PHP and MySQL. It has many features including a plug-in architecture and a template system. WordPress is currently the most popular blogging system in use on the Web. WordPress is easy to use and easy to modify. That’s why millions of people every day use it to create their own site. Famous users of WordPress include the BBC, the New York Times and Ford.
- WordPress Fundamentals.
- Installation & Configuration of WordPress.
- Working with Content.
- Theme Management.
- Theme Customization.
- Widgets Management.
- Widgets Customization.
- Plugins Management.
- Plugins Customization.
- Working with Users.
- Performance & Security.
- Nearly 20% of the internet is built on WordPress, taking advantage of the extensibility and ease of use of WordPress to accomplish their goals.
- Easily add functionality with plugins instead of writing new code every time.
- Marketers use plugins like, Ad Injection, which makes it simple to ad advertisements from almost any network like, Google AdSense, Amazon Associates, ClickBank, TradeDoubler, etc.
- Make the edits yourself whenever you want and save the money you would’ve paid your designer for more important things by adding new pages on your own.
- Greater Accessibility and Consistency
- Automatically integrate your blog posts with social media like Twitter, Facebook, Linkedin instead of having to go to each one, login, and make a post that you’ve just added something new to your website.
- Through the use of blog comments, you are no longer restricted to one-way “outbound” communication with visitors like you would be with a traditional Web site.
- As a result of your inspiration to post content more often, your frequency of contribution will attract Google robots and other search engines like magnets. The robots will search your entire site every day looking for new content and new pages and changes they can index.
- No need to update navigation when you add pages; links to new pages will be added automatically based on what “category” or categories you assign your posts and pages to.