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INTRODUCTION

So some of you may be knowing what is WordPress  and  and some you may not as usual we are writing this post to explain you about wordpress .

If you know what is wordpress its good, but I suspect you don’t know about its version so please continue to read.

Coming to the point wordpress is simply a content management system to help you write your blog posts in short WordPress is the simplest and most powerful blog­ging platform available today, powering over 23% of all blogs. It makes the task of content-management easy for anyone.

WHAT IS A CONTENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM ?

In the past, creating a website meant writing a new .html file for every page – either in raw HTML code or using some kind of website designer application – you’ve probably learnt a little HTML yourself at some point. However, writing an entire HTML file for every new post you want to write becomes rather tedious – and then you’d have to update the sidebar in every page with links to your new post every time you wrote something new… and it all becomes a bit of mess, really. Beyond very small sites, the management needed for everything skyrockets.This is where a content management system (a CMS) like WordPress comes to the rescue. A content management system separates out the content in a site – the text and images that form the individual articles and pages – from the template, the HTML code, the CSS, the javascript and all the little elements of a webpage that don’t change from page to page.

By separating out the content of your pages from the layout, WordPress can then dynamically generate new HTML files every time someone visits your site. WordPress also takes care of automatically linking your posts together, creat­ing the sidebar with links to your latest content items, and managing the archives. In fact, because WordPress works from HTML theme templates that you can download, you don’t ever need to write a single line of HTML code – all you need to worry about is writing the actual content and uploading your pictures. WordPress takes care of the website coding, you just supply the content. It’s this separation of template and content that opened the world of running a website – a blog – to the world business rss.

Why WordPress ?

You may think there are dozens of content management system available but why you should choose only wordpress?

Reasons are here :

WordPress offers the following competitive advantages as the most popular

blogging tool on the market:

Diverse options: Two versions of WordPress are available to suit nearly

every type of blogger:

  • WordPress.com: A hosted turnkey solution
  • WordPress.org: A self-hosted version to install on the web server of

your choice

I go into detail about each of these versions later in Difference between wordpress.com and wordpress.org

Ease of use: WordPress setup is quick, and the software is easy to use.

Extensibility: WordPress is extremely extensible, meaning that you can

easily obtain plugins and tools that let you customize it to suit your

purposes.

Strong community of users: WordPress has a large and loyal members helping-

members community via public support forums, mailing lists,

and blogs geared to the use of WordPress.

Difference between wordpress.com vs wordpress.org ?

Many people are understandably confused about the difference between WordPress.com and WordPress.org, so let’s take a moment to go over this before we begin.

WordPress.com will give you a free blog, hosted on WordPress’ own servers. It’s most suitable for absolute beginners – you don’t need to worry about configuring files or databases and everything is taken care of for you. A WordPress. com blog is similar to any other online blog service like Blogspot or Tumblr. It’s the absolute easiest way to begin with WordPress, but it’s very restrictive in the plugins and themes you can use – essentially you get to choose from a limited catalogue of pre-chosen styles and approved plugins.

WordPress.org, on the other hand, is the site from which you can download the self-hosted WordPress system and upload it to your own server. You’ll need a server capable of running PHP, and a MySQL based database. Setting up a self-hosted blog is a little more difficult (think 5 minutes instead of 1), but you get a lot more freedom to do as you wish, customize how you like, and it’s easy to have your own domain from the start. The majority of this guide will refer to the self-hosted wordpress.org version.

To add further confusion, many web hosts will offer one-click WordPress.org installs which will install the files and set up the database for you – so you don’t need to configure anything! If you choose to host with a shared server, this is the recommended option.

That’s it!

So this is end of  Introduction to wordpress  we will strive along with you to make you a wordpress expert.

Till then it’s good bye see you soon.