WordPress is the most popular content management system in the world. It powers over 26% of all websites with over 250 million installs. That’s an insane amount and it shows that Word Press is a force to be reckoned with. Many of you are familiar with Word Press, but there are a lot of myths about Word Press that the general public believes.
This blog will explore 4 of the most common myths about Word Press.
1.Word Press is not for everyone.
WordPress is the most popular blogging platform in the world. However, there are several myths about the platform that many people believe and that can lead to a lot of frustration when using Word Press. These myths are often perpetuated by people who are either unfamiliar with Word Press or have an agenda against it. This blog takes a list of the most common myths about Word Press and shows you why they aren’t true.
More than 43.3% of all websites are powered by WordPress because it is the best CMS. It is easy to use and you can build any type of website with it.
2.WordPress is hard to set up.
Let’s start with the most common myth: It’s hard to set up. It’s not. WordPress actually has a very easy and simple interface. The setup process is fairly simple. If you want to add pages, go to the Pages section, if you want to add a post, go to Posts, if you want to add a new category, go to the Categories section, if you want to add an image, go to Media, etc. It’s easy to understand because you’re browsing around the site and playing around with everything. You get the idea. And if you don’t like the way the site looks, you can change pretty much everything anyway, so the argument is moot.
3.WordPress is hard to use
On the surface, you might think that this is true. WordPress is a complex piece of software. It comes with a ton of features, and it’s really easy to get lost in all of the options. But Word Press actually has a very simple interface. WordPress is incredibly easy to use, and it doesn’t have to be scary at all! If you’re not sure about how to use Word Press, take a look at the videos in this guide. They’ll help you get started and will walk you through the process of using Word Press from the very beginning.
5.WordPress is not secure
WordPress is secure. It is secure enough to host some of the biggest and most visited sites on the Internet. It is secure enough to host the websites of the United States Congress and the White House. It is secure enough to host the websites of the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and BBC. It is secure enough to host the websites of the Australian Federal Police and the Australian Broadcasting Corporation. It is secure enough to host the websites of the United States Marine Corps and NASA. So, what exactly does that mean for your blog? It means you can sleep easy at night knowing your site is safe.
WordPress is doing just fine and is moving along nicely. It has decent market shares and a bigger community preparing WordPress for the future. However, it would be nice to see WordPress used to its fullest potential more and more.
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