First, The Basics
Since WordPress has been around for more than a decade, the creators have extensively improved and refined its user experience. From simplified content management features to helpful resources, many users appreciate its intuitive functionality.
WordPress has two defined content types: Posts and Pages. A Page is anything you’d include in your main navigation (think About Us, Services or What We Do). Posts, on the other hand, are used for extra sub-pages contained within a page. For instance, an individual “service” inside a Services page, or a job posting on a Careers page. Whether you’re an experienced developer or a CMS newbie, this feature makes it easy to manage, sort and edit your content.
With the platform’s rising popularity, many user-generated resources have surfaced. On top of an extensive support library, there are lots of third-party tutorials and help articles out there. Generally speaking, if you run into a problem, someone else has found a solution.