Lets begin with the basic things that you want to know about WordPress CMS

WordPress CMS is a  content managing system based on PHP (Server side scripting Language ) and MySQL (Backend used for WordPress)  which is maintained by a large community of members under GPL. WordPress is well-known content managing system. It was born on 2003, It’s incredibly flexible and there are numerous WordPress themes and plugins available on the internet with which you can create a beautiful website.

Matt Mullenweg and Mike Little thought of personal blogging system and discovered WordPress which is built on PHP and MySQL. It’s core software is developed and maintained by the community including hundreds of members and they are continuously working for the proper functioning of this software under GPL. WordPress now become the most popular and easy CMS in the world.

Why should you switch to WordPress if you have another CMS or you are panning to participate in WWW?

1.It is available free of cost and easy to learn.
2.As it is an open source software, you are free to use and modify it according to your needs.
3.You can create beautiful websites and applications using uncountable free plugins and themes available on the internet and you will get free of cost support on that.
4.It is SEO friendly and flexible enough to make money.
5.It is safe and secure to incorporate payment-related systems in your site.
6.Depending upon your niche, you can create your website in keeping following features provided by WordPress:
a)Blogging site.
b)Membership site.
c)Portfolio or Photography Gallery site.
d)Video site.
e)Directory listing like application site.
f)Shopping website and many more. etc.

So, what are your looking for just download WordPress and install it on your server and become a contributor to this large community.

I hope you enjoyed this article and get familiar about the WordPress CMS. Keep following us to learn more about WordPress and it’s installation process.

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