WordPress has a fair amount of standard add-ons that should be included with any content management program. Some of these basic plug-ins available include blogs, email help forms and site maps. It is also one of the few CMS programs we reviewed that has graph and chart generators, which makes it easier to create from within the program rather than creating them from an outside program and importing as an image.
WordPress does lack a few tools though, such as search engines and photo galleries. These can be remedied with a good development team who understands how to rework the source code to include some of these missing features.
WordPress is simple to use. The interface is intuitive, which is a plus since this CMS program lacks site and style wizards that provide step-by-step instruction for novice users. Despite not having wizards, WordPress has other web-creation features that help you whip together a quick page while you develop a long-term website. These tools include drag-and-drop functions, a spellchecker and quick undo tools so you don't have to delete large sections of your work and start over.
Because WordPress is so popular, there is a large web presence of community users. It's easy to search the web and find blogs, web pages and social media posts about any problem you've encountered. It's also an effective way to find source codes for features you may not be familiar programing. WordPress itself has user guides and discussion forums on its website. It also offers email support.
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