WordPress has been around since 2003 and is the most popular blogging software on the market, powering almost a third of the known web. It has also now established itself as the content management system (CMS) of choice.
Its professional-grade software, combined with its flexibility and ease of use has made it popular with web developers and complete beginners alike.
A CMS is the user interface application used to upload, edit and manage all content on a website without having to learn code. This spelt the gradual decline of web design software like Dreamweaver. In other words, if you wanted to add a new page to your website, this is where you would log in and follow a few simple steps to do that.
WordPress is already powering a quarter of all websites and we predict no end to its popularity and have explored some of the issues