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Wordpress - open source - of all for all


Wordpress is one of the world's most famous CMS system. used by over 60 million websites.  Since they started out as a platform for blogging, they have evolved into a giant that offers everything you need to get a well-functioning website. Millions of people around the world use Wordpress for their websites and blogs, and many web hosting offers Wordpress instead of having its own cms (content management system).

The strength, (but unfortunately also the weakness) of wordpress, is that there are thousands of plugins and extensions that can be integrated with your wordpress page.

Now you might be wondering what a plugin is? In short, there are useful additional features you can add to your website to get it the way you need it. You may need a calendar on your website. Then you can choose from a wide range of calendar plugins.

That is, Wordpress can offer you pretty much everything you need of additional features.

Wordpress is very popular because of all the opportunities one has to get a great and functional website. It is also relatively safe to have the website created in Wordpress, as most web designers can take over, if you want to change web designer.

Can be demanding

Running a Wordpress website can be challenging and can be frustrating and difficult at times. Plugins are constantly being updated, and the risk of one of them suddenly no longer working with the others can lead to unwanted results and lead to hours of troubleshooting. So if you use a lot of plugins, you should regularly check if something needs to be updated and that everything works properly.

Check support

Getting help quickly and when you need it is important if your website is published, so you do not lose customers because something does not work.

Most plugins have some support but not all, which can present problems when something does not work. When you use several plugins, it can sometimes be difficult to find out which plugin is causing the problem, and therefore also who to contact for help. So choosing plugins carefully can save you some frustration. Check what kind of support they offer for both free version and paid version. Also check if support consists of a number of documents on a FAQ page, or if you can easily send them an email to get help from a real person. Sometimes it pays to upgrade to a paid version to get the help you need.