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Why Is WordPress So Awesome For Web design?

After attending a web design-related event regarding the up-and-coming WordPress website/blog building platform, I decided it would a great idea to allow a basic introduction and explanation of what WordPress is and why it's becoming so popular. During the event, the speaker talked about how many designers, and even their clients, ask for websites made in WordPress without knowing just what it is and what using a WordPress website means for any client or backend user.

WordPress is the resulting the collaboration of developers from globally. They have created and continued to develop what is now a highly successful, user-friendly blog and website building software. It enables you to create a free, hosted blog on WordPress. com or maybe a non-hosted website (not necessarily free since one must pay for selected hosting services), that's supported via WordPress. org. When coming up with the blog and/or internet site, the user is capable to select pre-made templates, also known as "child themes. " These themes are very basic and can be altered by the user through an extremely user-friendly and uncomplicated, back-end interface called the "dashboard, " which is akin to the interface of Doodlekit. New posts, media (photos and videos), pages, sub-pages, widgets and plug-ins may be added without the help of a developer/coder, making updates for a website or blog easy and fast for both designer and the customer. Not to mention a decent amount of built in protection, search-engine-optimization (SEO), globalization capabilities, CSS coding options, and numerous others fun and helpful tools. For more information about above topic visit wordpress designer.

Another benefit is the ability of WordPress sites and blogs to utilize widgets and plug-ins. These enable the designer to pull in information from other websites and databases for display and interaction relating to the designed website, i. i. Twitter, news feeds, and whatever is updated frequently, plug-ins will serve as a window to those updates on the website. This makes sites even more functional and because most of the WordPress templates are already designed with places for widgets together with plug-ins, adding them to your site often does not restrict the overall website design.

But this does not conclude the list of benefits of using WordPress. WordPress is usually powered by PHP rule. This means that artwork and images are supported in a way that doesn't compromise their resolution so the site looks clean and sharp. This is great news for designers who have long struggled with maintaining their designs as close to their original design as possible. All too often, after going through all the flaming formatting hoops that other code platforms often require, designs are squished, bitmapped, and otherwise distorted if things are not saved or built just the right way. Long story short? WordPress helps accommodate for small human (designer) mistakes to make the site look pretty much possible with as bit of coding and fussing as possible.

The functionality of WordPress doesn't stop there. If a designer is able to collaborate with a developer versed in PHP and the ins and outs of WordPress website design, then the sky could be the limit. Here at Bop, our developer creates custom templates to fit our client's needs more specifically. The result is a sizable portfolio of visually lovely and communicative websites that can be created in less time than in the past. And as WordPress grows and becomes much more user-friendly, I'm not sure why anyone might like to use anything else to develop their websites. For further details check wordpress designer.

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