How to Manually Install WordPress in DirectAdmin Control Panel

How to Manually Install WordPress in DirectAdmin Control Panel

In this article, we explain how to install WordPress on a DirectAdmin.

Installing WordPress


Step 1

Download Joomla from the WordPress homepage and save the .zip file to your computer.

joomla download


Step 2

Log in to DirectAdmin as the user for which you want to install WordPress and click ‘Files’.

DirectAdmin files


Step 3

You now see an overview of the folders and files. Click ‘Domains’.

DirectAdmin files and folders


Step 4

Click the name of your domain. In this manual we use supporttest.nl.

DirectAdmin file domains


Step 5

Click ‘public_html’. This is the folder in which your site is placed.

DirectAdmin files publichtml


Step 6

Do you want to use a subdomain? Then click the folder with the name of your subdomain. Click ‘Upload files to current directory’ (at the bottom of the screenshot).

DirectAdmin files domain


Step 7

Click ‘Choose file’ and select the file you downloaded in Step 1. Then click ‘Upload Files’ to upload the file.

upload Joomla in DirectAdmin

Unfortunately, even on an English Windows installation with an English browser and trying to edit the page source, it would not display the options in the screenshot in English (even though it’s set as the language for DirectAdmin).


Step 8

Click ‘Click here to go back’ at the bottom of the confirmation that appears.

click here to go back button


Step 9

You will now return to the public_html folder and see ‘wordpress-4.9.4.zip’ (or just the version that is current at the time of reading). Click ‘Extract’.

extract WordPress in DirectAdmin


Step 10

You will see an overview of the content which is going to be unpacked and you can change your directory under ‘Directory’ (do not do that). Click ‘Extract’ again to start the unpacking process.

DirectAdmin extraction complete


Step 11

WordPress stops its files in the ‘wordpress’ folder in the .zip file you downloaded. As a result, there is a new folder in your public_html folder called ‘wordpress’. Click ‘wordpress’ to open the folder.   

DirectAdmin WordPress folder contents


Step 12

Click ‘Select’‘Add to clipboard’> ‘../ Up a Level’. You have now selected all files and folders in the WordPress folder and prepared them to move.

DirectAdmin select multiple files


Step 13

Click ‘Move Clipboard Files here’ at the bottom right. You will be asked whether existing files may be overwritten. Click ‘OK’; without all files, your WordPress site would not work. Remove the WordPress folder and the .zip file by checking them and clicking ‘Delete’.

DirectAdmin file manager move files


Step 14

Open yourdomain.com/index.php in a browser (replace yourdomain.com by your actual domain name). You will then see the WordPress setup menu. Select your preferred language and click ‘Continue’.

WordPress setup select language


Step 15

You’ll see a warning that you need your database data for the installation. In our DirectAdmin tutorial series, we explain how to create a database.

WordPress setup warning

Enter your database data as in the example below and click ‘Submit’.

WordPress database settings


Step 16

You will be greeted enthusiastically by the following message from WordPress. Click ‘Run the installation’ to start the WordPress five-minute installation process.

WordPress run installation


Step 17

WordPress then asks you for the information below. Complete the fields, write down your username and password should you lose them, and click ‘Install WordPress’.

WordPress installation - start installation


Step 18

Five minutes is a very large estimate; on the VPS that we used for this manual, the installation was completed immediately. You will see the following screen as confirmation and can start with WordPress immediately!  We cannot provide support for the design and management of a WordPress website, but you can, for example, go to WordPress support.

WordPress installation finished


With this, you have successfully installed wordpress manually to your website. Feel free to drop comment, if you need any further assistants.

How to upload file to your Directadmin Through Ftp

How to upload file to your Directadmin Through Ftp

Hello guys,

As we now introduce Directadmin as alternative to cPanel, We will teach you

how to upload files to your website through ftp on Directadmin.

Step 1: Obtain FTP client software.

Uploading to the server through FTP requires special software. Most computer systems do not come with FTP clients, so you will have to download one from the Internet. We strongly recommend FileZilla

Step 2: Connect to the server.

If you use FileZilla, information should look like this:

connect with ftp

All FTP clients need the following information:

  • Username (This is your control panel username.)
  • Password (This is your control panel password.)
  • Address (This is the address of the server.
    Use ftp.yourdomain.com)
  • Port (Use the default port 21)

Step 3: Open the public_html directory and upload your files.

Once connected, you can see your folders on right side. You can press on desired folder, to see its contents. If you have more than one domain hosted on your account you should first enter the /domains directory, then the domain you want to edit, then the public_html directory.

To upload, highlight the files/folders on your computer and drag them into the appropriate directory on the remote server. Each FTP client operates differently, so please consult its help file for complete instructions.

connect with ftp
With this, you should be able to upload files without facing any error
How to register domain name

How to register domain name

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WordPress is, by far, the most popular open source Content Management System (CMS), used by approximately 75 million websites.

WordPress is free to install, deploy, and upgrade. Thousands of plugins and templates power a flexible and simple interface, which reduces development costs and deployment time.

The team at Fresh Consulting has many years of accumulated knowledge and resources to deploy high quality websites using WordPress. Here are a few reasons why it’s our top choice for clients:

1. The most popular CMS in the world

WordPress holds the largest CMS market share by far, and currently accounts for over a quarter of all websites. As a result, many users are already familiar with the WordPress CMS, requiring less staff training when building a new site.

CMS Market Share 2017

Wordpress Market Share

Breakdown of websites with a clearly identifiable CMS, according to W3Tech’s survey of the top 1 million domains.

2. Open Source with room for expansion

WordPress can be self-hosted, so there are no costs associated with downloading, installing, and upgrading. There are more than 50,000 WordPress plugins (often free), such as slideshows, contact forms, SEO optimization, etc.

For inspiration, check out 5 Best Security Firewall Plugins Compared, Must Use In WordPress. Fresh Consulting licenses the premium plugins we deploy on websites, such as WordPress video manuals and easy website backup and restore functions, at no additional cost to you.

3. Highly customizable for great flexibility

WordPress is popular because it meets the demands of many users with its flexible framework, which allows designers and developers to create and modify layouts and applications. Coupled with user-generated extensions, websites are no longer limited by enterprise extensions.

Our team has experience extending WordPress functionality, as well as incorporating a wide range of plugins, to meet our clients’ unique demands.

SEE: 19 Disadvantages of Using WordPress you must know

4. Designed for anyone, not just developers

Before WordPress became a popular CMS for website development, it was developed for non-tech savvy bloggers. So, most of the user-interface components are easy to use, and there are written and recorded manuals available for easily learning how to use WordPress functions. Our team handles all the complexities of setting up and customizing your website; all you have to do is to update the content on pages, posts, widgets, etc.

One of the premium plugins we provide to our clients offers both written and video user manuals for WordPress to facilitate on-boarding with the CMS.

5. Lower setup and maintenance costs

According to DeviousMedia, WordPress incurs fewer setup, customization, and maintenance costs in comparison to other Open Source CMS like Drupal and Joomla. Additionally, it is relatively easier to find WordPress designers and developers if more customization or development is necessary in the future. You don’t get locked down by a static website or proprietary CMS that is costly to tweak after initial development.

WordPress can be a quick win for improving your customer experience. Contact us today to learn more.

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What’s wordpress and it’s uses in CMS

What’s wordpress and it’s uses in CMS

What’s wordpress and it’s uses in CMS

WordPress is a free and open-source content management system (CMS) based on PHP and MySQL.

WordPress Dashboard

 To function, WordPress has to be installed on a web server, which would either be part of an Internet hosting service or a network host in its own right.

An example of the first scenario may be a service like WordPress.com, for example, and the second case could be a computer running the software package WordPress.org.

A local computer may be used for single-user testing and learning purposes. Features include a plugin architecture and a template system. WordPress was used by more than 27.5% of the top 10 million websites as of February 2017.

WordPress is reportedly the most popular website management or blogging system in use on the Web, supporting more than 60 million websites.

 WordPress has also been used for other application domains such as pervasive display systems (PDS)

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WordPress was released on May 27, 2003, by its founders, Matt Mullenweg and Mike Little, as a fork of b2/cafelog. WordPress is released under the GPLv2 (or later) license.


19 Disadvantages of Using WordPress you must know

19 Disadvantages of Using WordPress you must know

WordPress without a doubt is an influential content management system that allows people to build user-friendly websites in a few minutes. It offers a ton of powerful themes, plugins, and tools that let you create pretty much anything. Despite all these features, WordPress has some severe pitfalls that can affect your online presence.

Being a WordPress site owner, it is essential for you to consider the common flaws within the platform and make it more compelling.  The thing is that most WordPress users overlook the issues and problems that WordPress presents, which leads to losing potential visitors.

wordpress plugins meme

Here we bring you the 20 main disadvantages of using WordPress:

1. Unsecure CMS platform

Hackers and spammers usually target WordPress sites because WordPress is the most widely used CMS platforms worldwide. Due to this fact, your site is more vulnerable to security hacks and malicious activities. Well, you can strengthen the security of your site by making the use of the most reliable security plugins. WordPress Guide: How to manage widget Management in wordpress

2. Incomplete and inconsistent documentation

If you are a WordPress user, then you probably came across the WordPress codes feature pages that contained a notice inviting people to document the function. If you haven’t, here’s an example.

To solve this issue, you need to spend extra time in examining the source code to know whether these features exist or not.

troubleshooting wordpress3. Confusion between “Discussion” and “Comments” options

Common problem: many site owners who get confused between these two options.

So let’s set you straight. Discussion allows you to control whether comments are active for that particular content or not. On the other hand, the “Comments” option will be noticeable from the screen that shows multiple posts and pages of your site, but it won’t exist in the individual post’s “Screen options”.  You’re welcome.

4. Includes complex technical code

You may need to write a lot of complicated technical code while creating custom post types, taxonomies, etc. While other CMS platforms have a user-friendly graphical interface to create the Key tasks, WordPress requires more technical skills to do the same.

5. No Support

In most cases, WordPress doesn’t provide technical support to their end users. It crowdsources its support through the robust WP community only. You can find various support forums that are left unsolved or unanswered that make things more complicated than they need to be.

6. Unawareness about the term “slug”

Most of the WordPress site owners don’t even know the term “slug”. It is a part of the permalink after the domain name that helps you improve the ranking of your site on search engines. But most of the novice users are puzzled over enabling this feature.


7. Scalability issues with data model

You may find scalability issues in the data model for post and user meta. There are workarounds for this particular task. But it becomes even more difficult when it comes to eCommerce plugins that use custom post types.

8. Complicated multisite configuration process

The WordPress multisite configuration process requires deep technical knowledge. It requires in-depth programming and coding skills that configure your multisite quickly and efficiently.

9. MYSQL as a database

WordPress can only utilize MySQL as a database backend that allows hackers to easily hack your site. Until the release of 3.9 WordPress version, it was making the use of older MySQL driver, but now it uses MySQLi that is more reliable and secure.

10. PHP Problems

Most of the web developers discontinue working on WordPress as it is written in PHP, and if they want to modify the functionality of a site, they will have to learn PHP coding, which, as you may find, is a language many coders are not extremely fond of.


11. User-generated Content

WordPress treats registered users as the site owners or editors. And the login and profile pages, by default, are designed as admin pages.

However, it is a complicated affair to enable users to create any type of content other than a comment from a non-admin page. In fact, creating a highly community-based website such as Twitter, Facebook, or Youtube on the WordPress platform is a daunting task.

12. Automatic Upgrades

Automatic Upgrades is more of a bane than a boon. Therefore, it is best for you to disable the ability to update themes and plugins; otherwise, you will constantly encounter the problems related to the automatic upgrades.

You never know how your website will react to a plugin update or how well the update has been programmed so it’s best to update your themes and plugins manually.

13. Bloated code

Bloated code is also a serious issue. Actually, the WYSIWYG editor generates bad HTML, and most of the themes and plugins are bloated.

To overcome this situation, you need to install the HTML/CSS/JS minifiers. But make sure that you don’t get the wrong ones; otherwise, they will destroy your CPU by altering every request.

14. Incompatible with web app development tools

One of the biggest disadvantages of using WordPress is that it is incompatible with the Angular.js and other web app development tools.

15. Free themes

There are many free themes that come with various tempting offers that contain hidden codes, links, etc. Instead of buying any third-party theme, you should purchase a WordPress theme for your website to avoid such issues.

16. Expensive paid themes and plugins

Usually, premium themes and plugins are too expensive to buy. It becomes very difficult for small business site owners to buy paid themes and plugins. Regular updates make it even more difficult to manage a site efficiently.

17. Customization can be a double-edged sword

WordPress is a highly-customizable platform that allows site owners to tweak the overall look and feel of a site in a matter of few seconds. But sometimes it becomes difficult especially for beginners to properly customize their site as they don’t have in-depth technical knowledge.

18. SEO issues

As we know WordPress is the SEO-friendly platform that automatically optimizes your site and boosts its ranking on various search engine platforms. But in reality, almost every open source content management is SEO-friendly. WordPress can easily create SEO problems if you don’t have in-depth knowledge about the SEO-techniques.

The major issue is the tagging and category system utilized by WordPress, which can create duplicates and also create a confusing site map with pages that have thin content on them

how to use categories and tags in wordpress correctly

19. Coding

If you want to intensify the Graphics, then you need to learn CSS and HTML coding.


WordPress is a great platform for developing high-quality websites, but like any other software, this platform also has some demerits or disadvantages that could leave you in high water. To avoid such situations, you can enhance the security of your site and use all the advanced features to boost its overall performance.

What is the advantages and disadvantages of using wordpress to build CMS

If WordPress had a show in Vegas it would be Celine Dion. WordPress is by far the most popular CMS platform around—having reached Bieber-like status. Referring to WordPress as a CMS is debatable though as technically it is closer to a blogging platform then CMS. Only recently has it upgraded and added a sufficient amount of plugins that it can mimic a CMS.

The Open Source WordPress platform is the platform of choice for most bloggers and can be used successfully for simple website design. It does have some stiff competition though, especially with the release of Drupal 7 and with Joomla’s increasing popularity.

Each platform has its advantages and disadvantages, and users need to evaluate what is important for them in a blogging platform/CMS:


Easy to Use
While most products advertise themselves as being “easy to use” WordPress doesn’t advertise this, this is the reputation it has earned. Unlike Drupal and Joomla, WordPress doesn’t require knowledge of PHP or HTML coding. WordPress comes with rich preinstalled features that are literally point and click, installing plugins is simple, and their templates make designing easy.

WordPress is an out-of-the-box turnkey solution that just works. It comes loaded with rich features without any tweaking, coding or other bumbling around. If you are a beginner user then seriously consider using WordPress.

WP 3.0 has some great menu options, making it prettier and simpler than Joomla due to its custom menus that can be rearranged to include categories, pages, etc.

Having a large community to draw on for support and tricks is important to many people and WP has one of the largest online communities around.

There are thousands of free themes available online to use to help you choose a design for your site. There are also premium themes available for purchase for those who want an added touch of professionalism to their site.

There are almost 13,000 plugins available for the WP platform. It is through these plugins that WP gained its CMS title as plugins opened up WP to a world of possibilities. Most of these plugins are free which is cool.

Custom Fields
Through the use of custom fields you can turn WP into a CMS by going beyond the typical blogging activities like posting, categorizing and tagging. They have made this process easy for beginners as well with the addition of custom field plugins like ‘Custom Fields Template,’ ‘Flutter’, and ‘More Fields’.

Pods CMS
This plugin allows you to create and manage different content types without using custom fields.


WP Scripting
For advanced users who are familiar with more advanced techniques like scripting, WP uses its own script. And knowledge of the WP script is necessary for things like adding or removing post dates.

Design Knowledge Required
While WP does have plenty of nice-looking templates many people want to design a unique website as WP themes often look too similar to one another. To make unique designs in WP you need knowledge of the CSS style sheet language, and odds are that if you have this sort of designing knowledge you will want a more powerful toolset like those available in Drupal-like CMSs.

Too Many Plugins
WP needs a lot of plugins to be able to do the things that Joomla and Drupal can do out of the box. While the plugins are available they can slow your page down if you install too many of them. The double-edged sword on WP plugins is that by the time your page has been slowed because of the plugins you have already put a significant amount of man-hours into the project and would be reluctant to migrate to another CMS. Plan for this ahead of time by looking at how many plugins you would need to create the functionality you want.

PHP Security
Unfortunately the PHP security for WP has a shoddy track record and security isn’t as strong as some of the other platforms. This will only be a factor depending on how sensitive the content of your site is.

While there is a large online community of users to help and support you there is little to no offline documentation. WP has been criticized for not creating a MS SDK document, especially now that it calls itself a CMS.

Tables and Graphics
Modifying and formatting tables and graphic images is more difficult in WP than in its competitors.

ALSO CHECK:WordPress Guide: How to install Plugin in WordPress

Needs Regular Updates
WP is constantly changing and growing and it needs regular updates. This is not a big deal unless you are looking for a set-it-and-forget-it solution, in which case this might not be the solution for you as it needs periodic updates.

Queries can be a difficult and convoluted process because of all the custom fields you need to use to go take WP beyond typical blogging actions. Often you need a Custom Select Query, which can be a royal pain in the butt.

Pods CMS
Pods CMS is both a benefit and a drawback, while they are handy the admin community does not support them, as they would prefer you use custom fields. This is not a problem in other CMSs.

SEE: What’s wordpress and it’s uses in CMS 


WP is a great platform to begin blogging or simple website design. It is the most easy to use solution and offers a great toolset to beginners. For more advanced users, you may find that you need to install a throng of plugins to get the design capabilities you want, in which case a more advanced CMS might be in order for you.

25 Reasons Your Business Should Switch to WordPress

Originally launched in 2003, WordPress has become perhaps the most popular content management system (CMS) in the world. Today, WordPress is used by more than 74 million sites that publish new posts every second. No matter the size of the blog that is using WordPress. This widely used CMS has become a favorite among businesses because of how powerful of a tool it is. Just how powerful is WordPress exactly? Check out the following 25 reasons why your business should switch to WordPress and you’ll see why.

1. It’s free.

Whether you’re a blogger or just launching a new online business, the fact that WordPress is 100 percent free is extremely beneficial. Best of all, you never have to worry about hidden charges if your site becomes more popular than expected. WordPress will always be free for you to use.

On top of that, WordPress is also open source. This means that you can improve or alter the source code to create the right site for your needs.

2. Powerful right out of the box.

Unlike other content management systems, WordPress is ready to use immediately after installation. This means that you don’t have to “hunt down, install, and configure a long-list of add-ons just to get many of the features WordPress considers core (comments, RSS feeds, revisions, etc.).”

3. Flexible.

The flexibility of WordPress is another feature that can’t be topped. No matter what you’re using WordPress for – whether as a personal blog or to a popular ecommerce site, WordPress is versatile enough to meet any and all of your needs through its extensive features and extensions.

4. Search engine friendly.

The most popular search engines actually prefer sites that are powered by WordPress because its framework is easy to crawl. In fact, Google’s Matt Cutts actually endorsed WordPress during WordCamp San Francisco 2009. His personal blog is on WordPress.

5. Safe and secure.

Since WordPress is such a popular CMS, it shouldn’t be surprising that it’s a target for hackers. However, WordPress takes the security of its users very seriously. While you can practice some basic security measures, such as not downloading a theme or plugin from an untrusted site, WordPress constantly updates its software to prevent attacks. In fact, WordPress has an automatic update feature ever since the release of version 3.7.

Related: Best 9 SEo plugins that works like magic in wordpress

6. Customizable.

Because of the thousands of plugins and themes that WordPresss has offer, with just one click of a button you can customize your site to appear and function as you would like. Furthermore, because of the seemingly endless number of features that WordPress has to offer, you can create the website or blog that you’ve always wanted.

7. Easy to use.

Another great perk of using WordPress is how easy it is to use. The platform is user-friendly, intuitive and easy to learn. In fact, you can learn how to use WordPress in a matter of minutes. No wonder WordPress is known for its famous “5-Minute Install.”

8. Lots of support.

WordPress also comes with unprecedented support. This is in part to the extensive WordPress community where you can troubleshoot any question or concern through the WordPress Forums.

9. Hosts multimedia.

The addition of images, video or audio files is a great way to enhance the experience of your users. Thankfully, WordPress makes it easy for you to insert multimedia files into a page or post. Not only is it easy for you to upload multimedia files, you can also edit files, like images, while in the Media Library Screen.

10. Mobile friendly.

It’s more important than ever for a website to be mobile friendly to accommodate smartphones and tablets. With WordPress, however, you don’t have to be concerned over that. It’s already mobile friendly, thanks to many of the themes being responsive.

11. Integration.

WordPress integrates with some of the most powerful platforms available to give your business that additional boost. Need to launch an email campaign? You can use a service like Aweber or MailChimp. Want to get paid for a product or service? WordPress can work with some of the most popular payment gateways in the world.

12. Easy to manage.

As mentioned earlier, WordPress is equipped with a built-in updater for security purposes. However, WordPress also notifies you whenever there are updates for your themes and plugins. This makes managing your WordPress site a breeze, since you’ll always be current on the latest updates. That will keep your site safe and fresh.

13. More than just a blog.

While WordPress earned its reputation as a great blogging platform that can be inserted into an existing website, WordPress itself can be used as a website. Because WordPress contains a post and page structure, you can have daily blog posts, as well as static pages – such as your Contact or About pages.

14. Establishes a community.

Whether it’s by sharing your blog posts on social media networks or by communicating with visitors in the comments section, WordPress has the features and plugins to make the establishment of a community convenient and easy.

15. Saves you money.

Remember, WordPress is a free software. However, that’s not the only area where you’ll save money. Because WordPress is open source and user-friendly, you won’t have to hire web designers or technicians to launch or maintain your WordPress site.

16. Numerous ecommerce solutions.

Since you’re using WordPress for your business, then you will be happy to know that there are a number of ecommerce solutions that will convert your site into an all-out digital store. By using plugins like WooCommerceWP eCommerce or Shopp you can easily begin to make money online.

Related: How To Move Your Blogs From Blogger To WordPress Without Loosing any contents

17. You’re not committed to one hosting provider.

If you need to switch a provider or host, either because they can’t handle traffic or you’re just frustrated with them, you can do it without experiencing much downtown. This is because WordPress works with pretty much every server. If you need to make the switch, I recommend that you review the following article from WPBeginner. There are several free WordPress hosting options as well.

18. Keeps your site looking fresh.

Whether you need to update your theme because you’ve had it for too long or you’re looking to take advantage of something like the holiday season, there are thousands of free themes to choose from. By doing this you’re keeping the appearance of your WordPress site fresh for your customers.

19. Can be used as a membership service.

If you want to continue to grow a loyal fan base, and maybe even make some additional income, then you can convert WordPress into a full-fledged membership site. When you create an exclusive membership site you’re providing members exclusive content they will find useful. If you want to create a membership site, you should look over this article by Nina Cross on DIYthemes.

20. Schedule posts.

Running a business is an extremely time-consuming task. However, WordPress can free up some additional time by giving you the ability to schedule posts in advance. This means that whenever you complete a post, you can schedule it during whatever time best suits you and your customers. For example, if you have discovered that the most traffic comes to your site between 12pm to 1pm on weekdays, then you could schedule posts around that time.

21. Multi-user capability.

There’s a very good possibility that you’ll have to rely on multiple people to keep your site up and running. WordPress is aware of this and has made it easy for you to assign different roles for different individuals. Here is a summary of these roles from WordPress Codex:

  • Super Admin – somebody with access to the site network administration features and all other features. See the Create a Network article.
  • Administrator – somebody who has access to all the administration features within a single site.
  • Editor – somebody who can publish and manage posts including the posts of other users.
  • Author – somebody who can publish and manage their own posts.
  • Contributor – somebody who can write and manage their own posts but cannot publish them.
  • Subscriber – somebody who can only manage their profile.

22. Add testimonials.

Assure potential customers that your products or services are worth the investment by including testimonials on your site. You can add this effective technique by installing a plugin like Easy Testimonials or the Testimonials Widget.

23. Publish content with one-click.

Have you just written an article or blog post that you need to publish immediately? No problem. After creating your amazing content, you can publish it with just the click of one-button. Furthermore, there are even a number of mobile apps that allow you to publish your WordPress content no matter where you are.

24. Universal platform.

WordPress features a universal platform. The WordPress dashboard always looks the same – no matter what you’re using WordPress for. You don’t need to hire experts or spend an excessive amount of time trying to figure out how to use WordPress. In fact, anyone with some sort of general PHP and MySQL experience can use WordPress immediately.

25. WordPress keeps getting better.

Because WordPress hires top-notch developers, you can be certain that WordPress is only going to get better as time goes on. Also, because WordPress is open source, any developer can enhance the user experience so that it can become the best CMS available.

WordPress can be one of the best platforms for your business.  Ever since I switch my personal and business sites to WordPress a couple years ago I have found out how powerful it can be. You can do literally everything with WordPress. I highly recommend that you switch today!

Related: How to Move Directories On Your Existing Server

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