•How does WordPress work?


WordPress, like any other WCM system, is dynamically driven through the use of a database with multiple tables storing all the content information and the information required to specify the website structure. You must have the ability to create and utilize a database to use WordPress.

After learning about WordPress the first thing that comes to our mind is that where to use it? What kind of website can I create using WordPress? So let’s move on to the section straight away.

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When launched, WordPress was nothing but a typographic improvement. Still, as time passed and the community got more robust, and contributors developed WordPress from all over the world, now WordPress is a healthy system that can be used to create and manage any kind of website to keep it short. To showcase some examples, let’s look into the various implementations of WordPress already developed.

  • E-commerce Websites: WordPress is excellent for E-Commerce websites because of its robust structure and ability to categorize the content. With the proper theme chosen to create an E-commerce website is considered to be one of the best options available.
  • Educational/Library Websites: One of the essential features of WordPress is to manage and categorize documents or other assets, though not self-sustaining WordPress is good enough to create and run a Library Website.
  • Personal Websites: Whether it’s a small website containing your portfolio or a daily blog. WordPress is undoubtedly one of the best platforms to showcase your talent as it has dedicated sections for the contents and overall comfortable experience.

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