WordPress is a free web application that can be used to create elegant and professional websites. The platform is, without a doubt, one of the most popular open-source applications available today. The user-friendly admin interface and the primarily free themes and plugins that are simple to use all contribute to this.
At first, millions of people used WordPress as a blogging platform. The platform quickly established itself as a reliable base for numerous businesses, social networks, and even eCommerce websites. For those websites, the application had to be changed into a fully manageable CMS built on PHP and MySQL.
More than 455 million websites hosted on the internet already use WordPress, and this number is growing every minute. With our WordPress Hosting Packages, you can launch your WordPress web hosting experience in a matter of clicks and minutes. To make your website feel at home, we have deployed a variety of malware and malicious attack blocking systems on our servers together with PHP 8.0+, which is optimized for speed and security.
Let's quickly go over the four key explanations for why people choose WordPress:
Keep in mind that there’s a big difference between WordPress.org and WordPress.com.
To run WordPress, we cover the recommended requirements (and extend on them):
WordPress may be set up on many different platforms. The setting of the operating system and the underlying web server hosting the program is equally vital to make the WordPress applications secure, even if the WordPress core software includes many features for operating a secure web application.
One of the safest methods to run PHP is through the
suPHP handler, which we use on all of our servers. It also offers an excellent technique for tracking the origin of each process' execution. So that we can assist clients in locating a malfunctioning running script. Running PHP from the account username rather than a shared one is what that is also referred to as. Also advised by WordPress is having that kind of server set up.
Regardless of the channels they use, companies and developers have been searching for a solution to provide users and customers with an integrated experience. Additionally, WordPress has been developing for a very long time and has been testing the limits of the "CMS" restriction for the past year. Due to all of this, WordPress has progressed from being a standard CMS to a Digital Experience Platform (DXP). With features like a built-in REST API and Gutenberg's block structure, the platform is already making headway in the DXP market.