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WordPress is a free, open-source, PHP-based content management system (CMS) used to build websites. WordPress Hosting utilizes either the MySQL or MariaDB database. WordPress is the most user-friendly and powerful blogging and website-building platform, available in the market today. WordPress holds the record for the most used content management system (CMS) on the internet, powering 34% of all websites. Furthermore, WordPress is utilized by 60.8 percent of all websites with a content management system (CMS).
WordPress Hosting is a great platform that can be used for a wide range of websites. WordPress offers a lot of flexibility as a CMS, which can be used for anything from simple blogging to complex e-commerce and portfolio websites. Plugin architecture and a template system referred to as Themes, are also among the features of WordPress. WordPress Hosting can be an excellent choice, for both large enterprises and small start-up sites, as it was designed for usability and flexibility.
WordPress was developed in May 2003, from the code of the B2/cafelog blogging system, by American developer Matt Mullenweg, and English developer Mike Little. WordPress is free under GNU General Public License version 2. Even though WordPress is the official replacement, another project, b2evolution, is an active development of b2 or cafelog. A friend of one of the WordPress developers, Christine Selleck Tremoulet came up with the name WordPress.
WordPress began as a blog-publishing tool, but it has now expanded to include more traditional mailing lists, forums, as well as media galleries, membership sites, learning management systems (LMS), and online commerce without having to know how to code!
Plugins: WordPress plugins are little pieces of software, that you may install on your website, to enhance the functionality of your site. If you visit the WordPress.org plugin directory, you will find hundreds of free WordPress plugins, as well as a thriving premium plugins market.
Adaptive themes: WordPress themes are responsible for the style and layout of your website. You may alter the whole look of your website, with a single click of a button, by installing a new WordPress theme.
Multiple languages support: A short peek at the WordPress translation page reveals 196 languages, 40 of which are 100% translated.
Secure: While no website platform is completely safe, WordPress security is always improving, thanks to a dedicated security team of core developers and users. Usually, a user mistake is the most common cause of WordPress security vulnerabilities such as installing an unsecure Plugin.
Multiple devices compatible: WordPress phone applications are available for Android, iOS, and Windows Phones, you just have to install the app, and start controlling your site's content from your smartphone. The only criteria is that your website should be running WordPress version 3.5 or above. These apps are designed by Automattic, to provide features like creating new blog posts and pages, commenting, moderating comments, and reacting to comments, as well as the opportunity to see site statistics.
User Community: If you have a WordPress website, you become a member of the largest CMS community. The WordPress community has a reputation for being friendly and helpful.
Simple Interface: WordPress Hosting is very simple to use and does not require any sophisticated tech know-how. You can easily use WordPress if you have a little knowledge about websites, and managing text and images. Accessibility is the priority for WordPress.
Latest Block Editor: The WordPress Block Editor is a newly introduced feature in WordPress 5.0. The new Block Editor, often known as the Gutenberg WordPress Editor, was launched with WordPress 5.0. The new editor revolutionizes how you create and modify WordPress pages and posts. You can now use a more flexible "drag and drop" technique to design and arrange your content.
Here are a few examples of the different sorts of websites, you may create using WordPress Hosting:
Blog: A blog is a sort of website, dedicated to sharing plain information, such as ideas, images, personal blogs, tutorials, fashion, lifestyle, and more. The most recently written content is generally shown on the top of a blog.
E-commerce website: An e-commerce website, allows you to offer products, or services online and receive money using a variety of online payment systems. You may use a WordPress e-commerce plugin such as Woocommerce to enhance WordPress's core capabilities, allowing you to sell products to your visitors.
Business website: Having an online presence in the form of a website can assist many businesses. WordPress is one of the best options if your business needs a website for clients to learn about your company, and what you have to offer. Customers may get in touch with you, get a quote, share reviews, make an appointment, and much more!
Membership websites: A membership website allows you to hide information behind a paywall or an account registration. To view content on pages a user must log in or pay.
Forums: A forum website can be a valuable source of information for people who want to ask questions, or exchange tips. WordPress Hosting already powers many forum websites, including TED blog, Microsoft News, TechCrunch, and many more!
HostDive WordPress Hosting is the best option for a WordPress-based website. It not only delivers excellent speed, since it is set up to be very compatible with WordPress, but it also includes several WordPress administrative capabilities. WordPress Hosting makes it simple for website owners to administer and maintain their sites, without having to hire a developer.
HostDive WordPress hosting provides high compatibility, which significantly improves the performance of WordPress pages. Switching between pages will become a breeze for your site visitors, which is crucial for a site’s good reputation.
Both HostDive Shared Web Hosting and HostDive CMS Hosting allow you to install WordPress through the softaculous one-click installer. The main difference between Shared Web Hosting and CMS Hosting is that CMS Hosting provides much more storage space for your website, as WordPress installations can get quite large!
HostDive WordPress hosting provides automatic updates, to keep your site up to date at all times. You get the latest version of WordPress as soon as it is launched. WordPress hosting servers are designed to have scalability in mind so that when your site is visited by a large number of visitors at the same time, your site doesn’t go down, it stays up and running without sacrificing site performance.
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