WordPress is a content management system (CMS). It is used to create your web-site without using any cording. WordPress is easy to customise the images, text or any kind of web controlling. WordPress is a software where you can develop the sit on your own.

WordPress is first introduced by matt mullenweg and mike little it was released on may 27, 2003. WordPress is a platform for create blogs and hosting in to internet. It is a fast growing, flexible, creative and powerful  tool  to create any kind of blog or website.

Before we learn more about the wordpress, we must know about Domain and web hosting. Domain is nothing but the name of the website and hosting is the space allocated for that particular website or domain. The formal website or blog can be created and hosted by anyone and it is easy and flexible to develop.

WordPress is written in General-purpose programming (PHP). Originally to develop the websites and blogs. PHP is combined with the paired with MySQL, MariaDB or SQLite database. These software includes the plugin architecture and templates system. WordPress it-self referred as themes. It is originally created as blog-publishing system but late it has evolved to develop other type of web sources such as web mailing listing or forums, media galleries, membership sites, leaning management systems and other online stores. Now days wordpress is used more than 60 million websites all over world. According web develop researches till April 2019 33.6% of all websites are using wordpress. It is the most popular content management system solution as in used. WordPress is the also been used in other application domains called as pervasive display systems (PDS).

WordPress Overview

WordPress is the important key from many WebPages and it is the core factor for all functions in wordpress. Using a domain and hosting services it stores the content and enables the user to create and publish webpages.

WordPress has a templates processor in a web template system. Wordpass is constructed for front controller, shows paths to all requests for non-static URLs to a single PHP file that parses the URL and identifies the target pages. These enhance the support for more human—readable permalinks.



 Wordpress users can install and switch among different themes. Themes are used by the users and they are allowed for different look and the functionality of wordpress without change or distrubint the core code or site content. All the website in wordpress are requires at least one theme and every theme should be designed using wordpress standards with structured PHP, valid HTML (HyperText Markup Language), and Cascading Style Sheets (CSS). WordPress allows users to install themes directly “Appearance” administration tool in dashboard, or theme folders are imaged directly into the themes directory, for instants from FTP. The theme behaviours alters directly as the PHP, HTML and CSS are found in themes, or the theme can be a child theme for another theme which overrides features. WordPress can be classified into two categories: free and premium. There are many free themes available in marketplace which are listed directly in wordpress theme directory, where as premium are need to purchase from marketplace for individual wordpress developers. The wordpress developers creates free themes and they become popular on the bases of new themes developed each time.


WordPress plugins allows users to extend the features and functionality of website or blog. There are nearly 55,487 plugins available till January 2020, these plugins enhance the users to offer custom functions and features for their specific needs in the website. There are premium plugins nearly 1500 and more which are not listed in wedpress repository. The search engine optimization (SEO) customizes the range, to client portals used to display private information to logged into users, to content management system and to content displaying features, such as the addition of widgets and navigation bars. All plugins are not functions always or abreast with the upgrades and they may not function properly or does not function at all. Most of the plugins are generally available in worepress, some themes are available either downloading them or installing them manually through FTP or from the wordpress dashboard. There are many third parties plugins which offers to introduce to their own websites, they are mostly paid packages.

In order to develop the plugins the developers needs to learn wordpress hook system which has over 300 hooks and these hooks are categorized into two : action hooks and filter hooks.

Mobile Applications

WordPress is also available for phone app which exist for WebOS, Android, IOS (iPhone, iPod touch, iPad), Windows phone, and BlackBerry. Automattic has designed these applications, this has options like adding new blogs posts and pages, commenting, moderating comments, replying to comments in addition to the ability to view the stats.



The WordPress Accessibility team responsible and worked to develop the accessible themes. They also provide continues education support about web accessibility and inclusive design. The coding standards states that all new or updated code released in wordpress must conform to the web content accessibility guidelines 2.0 at level AA


Other features

WordPress is also a part that feature integrated link management; it is also a search engine friendly, clean permalink structure; it has the ability to perform multiple categories to posts and also supports for trigging of posts automatic filters are also included so that I provides a standardize the formatting and styling of test in posts for instance converting regular quotes to smart quotes. the trackback and pingback standard links are linked to order to display the links to other sites like pert or an article. The wordpress post can also be edited in HTML, using the visual editor or using a number of plugins which allows customizing the varieties of editing features

Steps to configure wordpress

Steps 1

Visit the WordPress website. Click on the “Get Started” button on the left side of the page to begin signing up for your new blog. This will create a blog on the WordPress site. You won’t be able to monetize the blog, but it will be free.

Many professional bloggers prefer to have their WordPress blog hosted on their own domain (example.com instead of example.wordpress.com). To host your own blog, you will need your own web host. This Guide will show you how to set up a blog on your own server.

Step 2

Enter your information. Fill out all of the required fields and click “Create Blog.” You will need to enter a valid email address and create a WordPress username. Underneath the features list, click “Create Blog” to create your free blog. Make sure to read the terms of service! You will have the option of removing the WordPress tag from your URL for a certain yearly fee.

Step 3

Create an address for your blog. During the sign up process, you will be asked to creat the address (URL) for your blog. You won’t be able to change the URL once you create it, but you can always create a new blog on the same account if you want a new URL address.

Step 4

Open your activation email. When you sign up, you will be sent an email containing an activation link that you will need to follow to turn your account on. Go to your email and activate the blog by pressing the “Activate Blog” button in the email. Once you have activated the blog, a new window will appear called the “Dashboard”. The Dashboard will be the central focus when editing your blog.

Step 5

Give your new blog a title. On the left side of your dashboard, click on the “settings” Tab and select “General” In settings, you can title your blog, give it a tagline, edit your email address, adjust privacy setting, and do other things as well. Take time to explore all the features of the dashboard and get familiar with them.

Step 6

Give your blog a theme. One of the most critical components of your blog is the theme that it has. A theme is a color scheme and specific layout that gives your bloag a distinct and uniquw feel. Explore all of the wordpress themes by clicking on the “Appearance” tab on the left side of the dashboard. Browse themes and select one that you think works well with the topic of your blog.

You can change the theme anytime.

Some theme are “Premium” themes and need to be purchased.

Step 7

Make your first blog post. Head to the left side of the dashboard and click on the “post” tab, then click “Add NEW”. Give your post a title and start writing! Make sure your first post has an introductory feel to it gets first-time reader captivated.


Step 8

Manage your widgets. Every wordpress blog has a collection of widgets. They are shown on the right sode on the home page of your blog. Some popular of wibgets include a search bar, a Facebool “LIKE” option, and an Archives link.

To add or remove widgets, move your mouse over the title of your blog in the uppal left corner. A drop down menu will appear.

Click on the “Widgets” link. From here, drag the available widgets you want featured into the widget boxes on the right hand side of the screen.

Remove widgets you dislike by dragging them out of the widget box and back into the “available Widgets” area.

Step 9

Add pages to your blog. A WordPress blog can contain various pages besides your main positing wall. Pages are a great way to categorize the different content that is featured in your blog. For Example, you can have a “Contact us” page to help your viewers get in touch with you or your company. To create a new page, go to the drop down menu detailed in Step &, click on “New”, and then “page”. Give your new page a title, and then write the content for that page below.

Step 10

Set your blog apart. There are a lot of blogs out there. If you want yours to stand out, you’ll need to put in a little eggort to make it unique. This quide has some tips that can help you make your blog amazing, including posting frequency, reader interaction, optimal post length, and more.

Step 11

Promote your blog. Once your blog is up and running, you’ll want to start promoting it to increase your readership. This means utilizing as many avenues as possible, such as social media, email, and Twitter.

Benefits of using wordpress platform

Here are the benefits of using wordpress platform

  • Flexible and Adaptable for changing and creating the websites or blogs.
  • User friendly and even beginners can also easy to create and develop the web page.
  • WordPress can offer multiple options in themes and plugins.
  • The wordpress platform has a very good plugin extend functionality.
  • WordPress sites rank very high among all the webpage.
  • Even in the mobile application wordpress sites are very much responsive.
  • WordPress is a content management system software since it has multiple features it is easy to publish content easy.
  • WordPress is free and open source, hence it is supportive to communities around the world.

Drawbacks for using wordpress

The wordpress has its own drawbacks which effects developing website or blogs.

  • WordPress has biggest drawback that is it security because wordpress is an open source platform so it may be hacked CMD platform worldwide.
  • WordPress can be expensive.
  • WordPress always need frequent and proper updates.
  • WordPress is SEO friendliness platform, if the users does not have knowledge about SEO then it is head to identify problems created by the wordpress.
  • The users of worldpress need more customization then for the proper customization it needs core coding.