13th Oct '22
Think of Wordpress as a prebuilt structure within which you can build a website; a box into which you can plug your own custom designs and business process requirements. Why would you want to do this? Because Wordpress contains thousands of pre-made features that can be deployed to your website quickly and relatively painlessly.
Wordpress has far too many features to mention in this article, but to summarise some key ones:
Wordpress comes with a ready-to-use CMS, sometimes called wp-admin. The left-hand sidebar contains links to edit different parts of your site, or change your site’s settings.
In Wordpress it’s straightforward to edit the content of the pages on your website using the editor:
Theming is a powerful tool, which allows virtually any website design to be seamlessly integrated with the wordpress CMS. Plus there are thousands of existing high-quality themes pre-built by software developers that can be either purchased cheaply, or in some cases, used for free.
It should always be possible to edit your page content in this view, unless a site theme has been poorly configured by a software developer.
In many cases the answer to this question is yes, though not always. To help you make an informed decision, here is a quick list of pros and cons, based on our experience:
In short, Wordpress may be a near-perfect choice, or a bad one; it depends on your bespoke business requirement.
Whatever your business need, we'll be able to offer a reliable solution at a reasonable cost. With over 15 years in the business, we've successfully helped clients ranging in size from multi-nationals down to individuals. Every project is important to us, and our greatest joy is in listening carefully to the client and designing and engineering a solution that meets theit needs.