WordPress content management system

WordPress is the most popular CMS, powering over 65% of CMS-powered websites,
including this site.

Editing content through a Content Editor is as straightforward and intuitive as editing a Word document.

Plugins play a crucial role by saving time and money, eliminating the need for coding functions from the ground up.

What is a Content Management System (CMS)?

A content management system (CMS) enables you to manage website content, including text, images, documents, and media, without requiring advanced technical expertise.

Content Management websites

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How does WordPress work?

“Plugins” are like “Apps” on your smart device.

They are available, just like on Google Playstore and Apple AppStore from the WordPress Plugins Market and carry out various tasks, such as a Contact Form, SEO software, image galleries etc.

This makes developing a website a lot quicker as each element does not have to be coded from scratch, saving time and cost.

Plugins generally are available as a free version with the option to purchase a feature rich “premium” version if required.

Customising Plugins: There are times when a suitable plugin is either not available or doesn’t fit the exact task, we therefore code our own.

“Themes” provides the layout and general look of the site. We customise the theme to reflect your brand identity, mission and purpose.

Content Builder/Editors: Using the built-in editor or installing a preferred system,  the editor allows you to edit content by formatting text, inserting images/documents etc in a similar way as writing a Word Document.

90% of our clients use a WordPress Content Management System