WordPress is getting near the age where it is a household name, and at the stage technology may find its way to something new soon, or it continues to be the standard that many reputable companies live by for hosting their web content. I’ve been at least familiar with it since at least 2004 myself, but decided to use Joomla for a little while.
WordPress is what I use to host my website right now, and I find myself most comfortable for spinning up a quick website when one is needed for any given task. It has come a long ways and for someone who likes a mix of web coding and working in interfaces too for creative design, it has developed a helpful online community to do exactly that and more.
Plugins for WordPress are being established by developers now to help with flexible solutions for companies, and to match exact purposes. Joomla, Drupal, Magento, and other Content Management Systems(CMSs) have similar properties, but have more specific purposes, where I find WordPress to have an all-encompassing aura to it.
In today’s tutorial, I explain how to setup an offline environment for WordPress using WAMP(Windows Apache MySQL PHP), along with using the Elementor Website Builder plugin. This is a plugin a friend at school showed me last summer and I’ve since been adding to my framework of website building tools.
The migrating process can certainly be a challenge for non-technical users, but at least starting the offline environment can be simple, and provide you insight into building websites “from scratch” on WordPress