Sometimes watching a simple WordPress CMS demo is not enough to get the full picture of what this publishing platform can do. So if you’re looking for WordPress examples, keep in mind that some of the most powerful institutions in the world decided to use WordPress CMS. NASA, the United States Army and strong news and entertainment websites like Forbes, TechCrunch or TimeINC are just a few of the websites that decided to take advantage of all the WordPress features.
Learning how to use this content management system is not hard, and you can always watch an WordPress admin panel demo tutorial that will enable you to customize your WordPress demo site. However, if that’s not something you’re interested in you can always find a developer willing to create your website as per your requirements. Some of them will even show you a WordPress preview of how your website will look like by setting up an online demo and providing you with a site login to both the frontend and backend.
Throughout time WordPress has struggled with some security issues that have been uncovered on the software, but new releases have fixed all those problems. Right after version 1.0 was launched, all the following main releases of WordPress were codenamed after well-known jazz musicians. The latest version, 4.
In terms of development and support you can find all the information you need and documentation regarding the development of new plugins, extensions or WordPress themes on their official website WordPress.org. That’s also the place where you will find an active community willing to help out.
While compared to any other CMS WordPress has come a long way, Matt Mullenweg wants to expand its capabilities and believes that the future of WordPress is in social, mobile, and as an application platform. We can always delight in Mer om WordPressbloggar.
Hello from Austria! where they can try (and fail ) and experience, how easy standard-tasks in servicing their own website can be. After a specified time, their data should be reset, so others can do the same too. Do you have any helpful suggestions for me? Grateful for your help, Yours Oswin
Hello Ladies and Gentlemen, I’m a graphic designer (and poorly talented coder) and have been building websites in the past mainly in Dreamweaver. Duee of the development in recent years, where they get to know the backend/admin area and work off (try and cry) for a limited time. Not a demo page to look at but something like a backend-simulator actually to work on it. This demo installation includes already basic plugins, a versatile theme to try out, and sample pages that include small instructions/editing tutorials, adding pages should be possible. Even in the media folder contains already files available for testing, because an upload is not enabled. So far so good, but: After these temporary user-sessions, the lates changes should be reset to the prior state after they logout (rollback), instead of a complete DB reset to the original WP-Basic installation. Now I’m looking for an affordable/practical solution (plugin or code snippets) and would like to emphasize once again, that there is no commercial intention, it’s just something that is unfortunately not offered for WP-Newbies. Greetings from Austria Oswin