CMS stands for Content Management System. WordPress is a popular CMS tool. It is popular as it has many content management features and is easy to use. At the same time, one can bring in a variety of features using its plugins and themes.
You can manage content in many ways in WordPress. You can create blog posts and blog pages. The content can be organized using categories and tags. Your WordPress blog can be either static or dynamic, the advantage it is dynamic.
There are thousands of plugins (most of them are free) that allow users to extend WordPress functionality to great extent. Some of the useful functionality that WordPress plugins provide are:
- Web security features, Automatic database backups, Email management, search engine optimization, social media marketing, front-end or GUI management and a lot more.
The advantages you don’t need to know coding in PHP, CSS, and HTML unless you want to do some modifications in existing features.
WordPress is good for a simple blog or a blog with functionality that can be derived some amount of modifications to existing features and addition of plugins. In fact, many of worlds famous blogs are powered by WordPress CMS.