It is a known fact that since the birth of WordPress in 2003, a new revolution began in the world of Content Management System (CMS). This was borne out of the desire of having an elegant and well-architectured personal publishing system that is built on Hypertext Preprocessor (PHP) and My Structured Query Language (MySQL).
WordPress is a free CMS with various features and ample customization possibilities which can be used to develop or design any kind of website-a small business or a large enterprise website. And despite the various programming languages commonly used for building websites nowadays, WordPress cannot be ignored when it comes to managing the creation and the modification of digital contents. And with some findings and my personal experience with CMS generally, websites made with WordPress are preferred by most online visitors due to some of its unique characteristics when it comes to dealing with texts, comments from other readers and initiating new discussions.
I have no doubt that WordPress will still retain its position in 2019 as the most preferred CMS due to the following reasons:
- WordPress is Easy to Set-Up and Use:
- It is Very Flexible and Cost Effective:
- It is a Universal Platform:
- WordPress is Inexpensive to Run and Maintain:
- It has Built-In Blog: