All about WordPress
When building a website, it makes sense to choose a CMS that offers a reliable and sustainable turnkey solution. When you choose WordPress, you get affordability, modern design, and reliable, proven technology. WordPress currently accounts for 41% of the global website market. How to install and configure WordPress? In this article, you will learn the basics.
CMS (content management system)
WordPress is an open-source CMS (content management system) that allows you to create a turnkey website. For more information, see the important source. It allows you to manage your own website without the need to know in computer science. Originally developed by Michel Valdrighi in 2001 and adopted by Matthew Mullenweg and Mike Little, it is based on the MySQL database and is essentially a blog engine written in PHP. It was launched in January 2004 and was initially targeted at bloggers, then expanded to professionals and finally to most websites. Currently, 35% of the Internet uses WordPress. It is probably the most widely used CMS on the Internet due to its ease of use. WordPress is used by many blogs, news sites, small and large companies. Today you can read that the White House, Capgemini, Walt Disney, Vogue and Rolling Stone use WordPress for their WordPress websites.
Advantages of WordPress
One of the main advantages of WordPress is that it is very easy and fast to install. This quick installation greatly reduces the cost of websites created with WordPress. Another advantage that cannot be underestimated is that this CMS is relatively ergonomic. Site managers can adapt more quickly to the new environment. Adding, deleting and editing pages becomes child's play.
Installing and configuring WordPress.
Before you start installing WordPress, you must secure the connection to your site by creating an SSL certificate. With this certificate, your site will switch to HTTPS and a small padlock will appear to the left of your domain name in the browser. This step is essential even if you don't have an e-commerce business. After all, a secure site protects the data sent to the site (starting with login details) and instills trust in users. Today, all web hosts offer free SSL certificates through the Let's Encrypt certificate authority. To generate an SSL certificate for your site using the o2switch service, log into cPanel by clicking the link in the email you received after registration or enter your site URL followed by :2083. Enter your credentials, go to the "Security" section of cPanel and click on "Let's Encrypt™ SSL".