FAQ’s

Before you get started with WordPress, you need to know exactly what it is – this is a free and open source, which started off mainly as a blogging tool. Today, however, it has emerged as a full-fledged content management system. The very first version was released in 2003, and the current versions allow for multiple features, including themes, plugins and so on.

Yes, they are both different in the fact that the .com version is completely hosted, while the .org version is self-hosted. In simpler terms, WordPress.com is a hosting platform that uses the very core of WordPress and allows all users to host their websites on it. Users will have to focus only the content, because all the technical aspects will be handled by WordPress itself. However, WordPress.org is a community, from where software can be downloaded and themes as well as plugins can be gained. While access to both sites is free, but there are certain services, plugins and themes that are offered only to premium customers.

Whether you are looking to post information, blogs, images, videos or even links, WordPress is a great choice. Not only is it easy to install, it is also uncomplicated to configure and the support community is huge. You constantly have a control about what appears on the website and because there are innumerable themes and plugins to choose from, you can have a website that looks exactly like the way you want it.

The process of creating a blog on WordPress is extremely simple – download the software and install it onto a web server. Since the WordPress software is supported by almost all the popular hosting providers, installation is a reasonably simple and quick process. If at any point, you feel lost, feel free to get in touch with the team at WP Tech Support.