WordPress powers quater of new sites today, is the content management system (CMS) of choice for more than two thirds of the top million sites making it the most popular on the web.
Easy to use . At the core of WordPress is a simple interface similar to the desktop publishing software you use today. In fact, most users are able to pick up the basics without any training at all.
Built for Publishing . WordPress makes sharing content and attracting readers to your site a breeze. WordPress is not simply a website, but rather a content-publishing platform. With a single click, you have a powerful megaphone to broadcast your message to the world.
Backed by Community Support . WordPress is supported by a vibrant community of users who have already solved many of the toughest challenges to sharing information today. The latest version of WordPress has been downloaded more than 10 million times since it was released a few months ago, and the prior version was downloaded more than 6,072,599 times.
Multisite . WordPress can be extended to MultiSite feature on demand base. You are able to develop and maintain multiple sites using single WordPress installation. Multisite is a feature of WordPress 3.0 and later versions that allows multiple virtual sites to share a single WordPress installation. When the multisite feature is activated, the original WordPress site can be converted to support a networkof sites.
Your Entire Workflow. WordPress can take the place of your entire workflow from the initial draft to the time you hit publish – spelling, grammar, collaboration, and review – there’s no need for e-mails back and forth or expensive desktop software.
Beyond Black and White. Everything that makes webpages feel rich – pictures, videos, music, documents – can feel right at home in WordPress. With a drag-and-drop file uploader that uses the latest technology to ensure your file effortlessly makes it to the web page every time, and a media browser to help you store, organize and find the files you’re looking for, WordPress hosts the files that make your pages pop.
Distraction Free Writing . Between E-Mail, IMs, Texts, Tweets, and Status Updates, we have enough distractions in today’s world. Your publishing platform should not be one of them. While writing, WordPress literally fades away, letting you concentrate on your ideas themselves, not how you’re getting them out there.
Time Travel . Okay, not really, but it’s pretty close. WordPress lets you schedule posts for some time in the future or lets you backdate a post for some time in the past so that you can write when it’s convenient for you.
Password protection. You can give passwords to individual posts to hide them from the public. You can also have private posts which are viewable only by their author.
Multi-paged posts. If your post is too long, cut it up into pages, so your readers don’t have to scroll to the end of the world.
Save Drafts. Save your unfinished articles, improve them later, publish when you’re done.
Previewing Posts. Before you press the “Publish” button, you can look at the preview for the article you just wrote to check if everything is the way you want it. In fact, you can do that at any time, since the preview is “live”.
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