Wordpress Web Development

WordPress is a free and open

source blog ging tool and
CMS based on PHP and MySQL

Why you should consider setting up a WordPress Website

If you are thinking of putting up a blogsite but don’t know any coding languages (or even what a code is) then your next best option could be signing up for a WordPress website. WordPress is used by many bloggers throughout the world which may be why some consider it to be the most popular blogging tool in the Internet. You can easily sign up for a free WordPress blog account if you are just starting out but once you get the hang of it you might want to delve further into blogging by getting a for-pay WordPress blog account later on.

WordPress is really very user-friendly so beginners will not find it hard to cope with setting up their new blog account. You just need to give the right information about yourself and choose the blog theme for your site from the list WordPress will give you. Interestingly, if you find that there are themes that you want to change you can get an experienced developer like Hyperlink InfoSystem to tweak the HTML, CSS and PHP code of the theme until we deliver what you were looking for. Take note that there are some sites in the Web that offer customized and customizable themes applicable for use on WordPress.

Many business owners recognize the benefits of getting a WordPress account for SEO purposes. If this sounds like you, you can ask Hyperlink InfoSystem to help you find the right plugins in the WordPress database. Plugins are useful for changing the content or appearance of your blogsite to make it more SEO friendly. In addition, your blogsite on WordPress is very friendly to search engines - which is another reason business users like it so much.

Partly because of its features and partly because bloggers love it so much, WordPress has won multiple awards over the years. Although there is criticism of its security features, you can still rely on security plugins to keep your WordPress more secure. You should also update any plugins, themes or installation codes to protect you from new Web attacks. Refrain from getting themes and plugins from sites that have doubtful security issues. You should also take steps to change your default admin account and the . htaccess file itself so that your blogsite stays secure even when faced with SQL injection attacks of any kind or if intruders want to steal your sensitive files.