The ease of use doesn’t stop there.
The use of plugins and themes means you have complete control over
the look and functionalities of the site, all without needing to
know how to code or having to dig deep into the WordPress Core. The
right theme, for instance, can turn your simple WordPress
installation into a directory site.
SEO and web maintenance are made
easier with the help of WordPress. Once the site is set up, adding
content, managing the site itself, and interacting with visitors are
all very easy to do. There is no need to get familiar with
complicated admin interface or tools that are difficult to use; the
left admin menu will take you to the function you need right away.
WordPress is also set up for maximum
flexibility. There is no site that you cannot develop with WordPress
at its core. I have seen a
wide range of websites powered by WordPress. Big news outlets
use WordPress. Complex web apps use WordPress to offer the best user
experience. Even sites that offer custom features and ecommerce
outlets are built on top of WordPress.
It is THAT flexible. When you cannot
find a plugin that offers a specific function that you need, for
instance, you have the option to develop your own. Hooks and calls
also make developing custom functions and other elements easier.