Several readers and businesses Asked me to go over WordPress in greater detail. In response to the requests, I am dedicating all my blogs in February to WordPress, its ins and outs, and other information about it that many people may not know. Many people have heard of WordPress. Especially since, as I have stated several times, it is the back bone of 23% of websites around the world. It is for more than just blogs. But what is WordPress? WordPress is a PHP code platform used to create and manage web-based content for people, businesses, and companies. Or in a more simple term, WordPress is an easy to use content manager that is incredibly powerful and open sourced for everyone to use. WordPress is user-friendly. WordPress allows for user to set at one of several levels based on what they do. Developers usually have the admin role and make changes to the coding, appearance, and function of the site. Editors oversee content, media, and blog posts. Author roles may only be members who write blog posts, they would use the author role. Lastly, Subscribers are the last role. Subscribers can’t write or change content, upload pictures, or post videos. It can remove a lot of the clutter from the admin panel, and make it more streamline for the user to do what they need to do. This also makes it very easy to teach to new users. With all these people using WordPress surely, a well known company uses it, right? Actually, several do.