Welcome to our full, comprehensive, and complete guide to all things WordPress! Whether you are completely new to WordPress or you are experienced and just looking for answers to a couple of questions, this guide is for you.
Let's dive in!
What Is WordPress
Put simply, WordPress is a platform upon which websites are built. It currently powers over 35% of all websites online. That mean that just over 1 of every 3 websites that you visit is powered by WordPress!
It is the most popular way for people to start their own website or blog. Whether you have a business selling a product or service, or you want to have a blog, WordPress is the simplest and most practical way for you to do it.
In the spirit of being thorough, here's a more technical definition of WordPress: WordPress is an open-source content management system licensed under GPLv2. Let's talk about what that means.
WordPress Is Open-Source
This means that anyone can use it or modify it for free. There is no licensing fee or restrictions to use WordPress. You can use it for free and modify it all that you want to without breaking any kind of license or agreement.
WordPress Is A Content Management System
This means that it is a tool that makes it easy to manage important aspects of your website – files, content, media, and more – without needing to know anything about programming, writing code, and even CSS (Cascading Style Sheets)
What Can WordPress Be Used For?
WordPress can be used for virtually any type of website. Here are some examples:
WordPress was originally created for bloggers as a platform that is easy to set up and use. It made the idea of creating a website incredibly easy and accessible. It made something that required
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Getting Started With WordPress
There are a few steps to getting your website set up. The first 2 steps are getting a Domain Name and Hosting. These 2 steps are how you get
What Is A Domain Name?