A Short Insight Into WordPress Hosting

April 11, 2011

WordPress web hosting empowers users with undemanding tools to furnish their blogs or websites of any manner. It is wide-spread and popular as an open source CMS (Content Management System), which was originally created as a blog publishing application. But, it has evolved to be useful in a myriad of ways, with its wide array of modules, templates, themes and plug-ins. In addition to that, you don’t have to pay anything to use its matchless features in blogging sites, forums, communities, news portals, social networking sites and much more. Apart from these features, it comes with excelling tools for organizing information before releasing articles.
 
The WordPress hosting system uses PHP as the programming language and MySQL as the database, and offers easy-to-use templates that are a great advantage for beginners. It just takes some minutes to install, and several hosting service providers offer it pre-installed in their packages, thereby saving even the time that is taken to install. WordPress offers a blog web hosting option, which allows the creation of a sub-domain account, such as sitename.wordpress.com.
 
This free blog creator offer several advantageous features, inclusive of SEO, a categorized allocation for article groups, complete link management, neat permalink structure and support for tags on posts and articles. It is possible to include any type of media content, and any problem can be solved instantaneously as the community forum ensures that webmasters are constantly available. There is a multi-user option, which supports the functioning of multiple blogs in one installation, so that one administrator can manage all of them. Therefore, if you have a website, you can host your blogging community, and simultaneously control the blogs from one control panel.  

One of its remarkable features is that it effectively tackles spam, which poses a big problem for web servers. Spams are efficiently dealt with, thanks to its default add-on called ‘Akismet’. With regard to the present web standards, distinct tools are constantly developed, and it has a vast set of plug-ins which enables users and developers to enhance the functionality, so as to exceed its original features present at the time of installation. Apart from that, it is sufficient for users to deal with their site contents alone, as there is no need to worry about the design.
 
Released in the year 2003 by Matt Mullenweg, as a successor of b2/cafelog, WordPress is currently used by millions of websites, and is an unparalleled self-hosted blogging tool. As the user community contributes a lot to its documentation and coding, it can be customized as desired. As it uses an open source code, innumerable users are constantly working on it worldwide.

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