When you’re building a new website, WordPress can get you there faster than nearly any other platform. It’s quick to install and adding functionality may be as easy as installing a plugin. Many hosting providers specialize in WordPress hosting and can help you configure and manage your website or we can work conjunction with your hosting provider.
The core functionality of WordPress is limited, but this allows you to build out your website to suit your individual needs. A custom theme should be built to fit your branding and can be mixed with a combination of custom functionality and pre-built plugins.
WordPress has maintained backwards compatibility over many years and has built-in tools for managing upgrades for both the core of WordPress and any plugins installed. This allows you to spend your budget on improvements to your website instead of maintenance.
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WordPress is an open source project and offers a free community version. You can also customize any part of WordPress and still leverage many free plugins available from the community.
The Advanced Custom Fields plugin adds enormous flexibility for content entry. You can increase your productivity by focusing on entering content. You never have to wrestle with the design inside of a WYSIWYG editor.
WordPress is popular and knowledge is commonplace in the industry for developers and hosting providers. It can run on almost any server, including entry-level hosting packages and offers multi-site capabilities.
The popular WooCommerce plugin can easily turn your new or existing website into an online store. WooCommerce has existing integrations for several payment and shipping providers and supports its own additional plugins for added functionality.
You can change the look and feel of your website using themes. WordPress has thousands of available themes or you can build your own theme to perfectly suit your brand. WordPress’s website hosts a theme directory where you can browse featured and popular themes.
Plugins can be created to add personalized functionality to your website. You can also get third-party plugins from WordPress’s plugin directory. The plugin directory includes reviews and installation counts for plugins so you can judge the quality of a plugin before installing.