WordPress was founded on May 27, 2003. Since its carnation, it has evolved to its current well know identity. It has given jobs to many, it has created many millionaires. The source for such huge monetization was its popularity among webmasters or website owners.
Initially, it was perceived as blogging web-based software, but the perception of this limitation may be only among a few people. In, truth it empowers consultant websites, lawyer websites, school websites, cms, e-commerce websites, job management, automobile marketplaces, social media, charity websites, restaurants, stores, anything web, and its popular identity — the blogs.
WordPress (WP, WordPress.org) is a 100% free and open-source software, which is a content management system (CMS) written in PHP combined with a MySQL or MariaDB database. It offers features such as plugin architecture, and a template system offer referred to as a theme.
You can start free. It has both freemium and premium resources. There are a significantly large number of themes and plugins, which are available as free and as paid.
Bloggers can install the WordPress software free of cost with their host, and they can start with a free theme or a premium theme. Initially, if you are short of budget you can start with a free theme, and later when you are ready you can move to a premium theme. It is not mandatory that if you are starting you must install a free theme, but free themes are always an option for the bootstrappers who have just started the journey and maybe tight on budget. That is what makes WordPress so powerful.
The WordPress themes are a group of files (graphics, style sheets, and code) that dictates the overall appearance of your website or blog. Themes are very powerful they can control something as important as the layout of a website, or as minute as your hyperlink colors. When you change your themes from free to premium or from premium to premium you never lose any data stored in the database. You just change the appearance of your website.
You can hatch fast. WordPress is no code which means you don’t need to be a developer to go online. WordPress is built on code, but it is a No-Code solution.
WordPress is software designed for everyone, emphasizing accessibility, performance, security, and ease of use. WordPress is a software that works with minimum setup, so website owners can focus on sharing their stories, product, or services freely. The native WordPress software is simple and user-friendly so webmasters can easily start and ship their story, product, or service. It also offers full powerful features for growth and excellence.