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WordPress Website Building


In the past, you had to spend a lot of money to make a website because the process was complicated and there were no tools that could be used in easily creating a website. Today, there are many tools and software you can use to have a perfect website created without spending much money. There are many different platforms that can be used to create a website. This is the first thing you need to decide on when building a website.

wordpress website building has become common over the years

The use of these platforms is important because building a website using HTML, CSS, and even flash means you have to learn programming. This will take you a long time and it will turn out to be tricky to master. These platforms has made it easy to create websites, you don’t even need to have coding and design skills. Today, content management systems such as WordPress have made the process of creating a website.

WordPress is the most popular platform powering half of websites on the internet. WordPress has become the best because it is free and has a lot of layouts to choose from. It is also very easy to use for beginners, if you know how to use Microsoft Word, then you can easily add content to your website. The plugins can also be easily added even if you have no programming and design skills.

Mobile friendliness is one of the most important thing for any website today because more and more people are accessing the internet using their mobile devices. Search engines have started to use it as one of the factors when ranking pages. WordPress websites are mobile friendly.

There are many times when you may be stuck and don’t know what to do. With WordPress, you don’t have to worry about this because there is a huge support community ready to help you. You will be able to get help in a way you can easily understand.

The nest thing you need to do is choosing a domain name and web hosting for your website. The WordPress platform is free, but a domain and hosting will cost you $3-$4 a month. It is better to own your own domain than using the free option. Having your own hosting will ensure that your website loads quickly.

You will then login to WordPress and begin to choose the template you are going to use. There are free themes you can choose from when wordpress website building.

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