WordPress CMS is open source blog publishing application now gradually placed itself as Content Management System.
It is popular because it provides a user-friendly interface to work on, the architecture is very simple and it
contains advanced templating system. The best feature is its usability and the ease with which content can be managed
through this, it’s as easy as writing on a Word document and then publishing it on the Internet.
But its using cannot be restricted to publishing blogs and managing the content, it can be extended to creating full-length
websites as well. You wouldn’t need to worry about adding pages at one time, you can add pages as and when you need with
absolutely no effort.
Features of WordPress CMS:
* Plug-ins: Number of a various plug-ins available online
* No rebuilding: changes made in the website get reflected immediately.
* WordPress Pages: Non-blog content management made easy.
* WordPress Links: Helps you to create, maintain and update any number of blogrolls.
* WordPress Themes: Number of readymade themes available.
* Spam protection: Comes with integrated blacklist and open proxy for spam protection.
* Full user registration: Has built-in-user registration system to maintain profiles and leave authenticated comments.
* Password Protected Posts: Option of individual passwords for protection from public viewing.
* Easy installation and upgrades: Downloading and upgrading is made very simple and easy.
* Workflow: You can have types of users that can only post drafts not publish to the front page.
* Multiple authors: Multiple author privileges with regard to publishing, editing, options, and other users.
* Bookmarklets: Cross-browser bookmarklets make it easy to publish to your blog or add links to your blogroll
with a minimum of effort.