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  1.  Extensible by Plugins/ExtensionsWordPress can be extended with add-ons, plugins and extensions.
  2.  IFTTT IntegrationYou can connect different services to automatically trigger actions within WordPress using IFTTT.
  3.  Support for ThemesYou can use themes and templates to change the look and feel of WordPress.

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Our users have written 62 comments and reviews about WordPress, and it has gotten 1609 likes

WordPress was added to AlternativeTo by Ola Johansson on and this page was last updated . WordPress is sometimes referred to as WP, WordPress.com, WordPress.org.

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Top positive comment

I've now used Wordpress for 11 fantastic years and it just gets better and better. It doesn't only have to be used for blogging these days, all sorts of website types can be made with it.

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Abhay Pratap Singh
Top positive comment

Best & effective way to create a website in a short time!

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Top negative comment

Overkill to a simple site. Looks easy, but if you want to do professional work you need to go down the php+js+sql rabbithole. Most of the "'free" templates are not free, 99% of them missing some important feature and you will be forced to pay for it. Tons of security issues with plugins and wyswyg editors. It's for blogging. If your site don't have a blog and you know the basics of html+css, you don't need WP. Very hard to migrate, even with plugins, i had lot of errors with backups and migrations. I avoid WP every time i can.

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Evan Chong

It's funny how you talk about doing "professional" work then complain about needing to go down the coding rabbithole. If you're doing anything "professional" that should be the basics.

I think you have the wrong idea and expectation regarding what wordpress is for and who it's for

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Negative comment

Incredibly confusing interface. Can never figure out how to edit things.

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Positive comment

Have been using WordPress for years to build websites for people. One of the easiest ways to build sites

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Cherie Mars
Positive comment

Wordpress has great SEO out of the box and is very customizable via the active plugin community.

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Sarah W.
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Great to learn blogging, building a website or an online shop. Easy to learn and customize. The only downside is you need to always be careful of plugins because old, outdated or abandoned plugins can get your site hacked.

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