Whats is WordPress versus cPanel

what is WordPress versus cPanelHave you heard about WordPress but never really discovered the details?

Here, we are going to give you a quick tour in simple terms to explain what is WordPress versus cPanel and the comparisons to both our control panels that we offer with all of our design packages.

Firstly, the official explanation for WordPress is thats it’s an online, open source website creation tool written in PHP. In simple terms this means its probably the easiest and most powerful blogging platform and content management system thats currently available today.

You can assign a number of different users within your organisation along with different levels of access to the site in order for them to update the content, add news articles and blogs as well as create additional pages with ease which helps your website grow in size. This also has the added benefits with Search Engine Optimisation (SEO), as Google likes to see fresh content appearing frequently.

One of our own examples of a WordPress project can be seen here www.ukcaravanbreaks.com. This website was designed to grow to around 1000 pages by the end of 2013 and has three different users assigned to it. Within just a few short minutes you can have an additional page built and added to the site with fresh content. WordPress websites can be used for almost every single type of project, from properties to cafes and even online stores.

Finally, some of the extra perks to WordPress is that you can apply some of the thousands of free plugins that are available to the site to enhance its features such as photo galleries, application forms and comments boxes so that your visitors can interact with your website. There is also a smart phone App that you can install on to your phone so that you can update or add to your site straight from your mobile.

And so finally, our other option and so far the most common system for updating your website is with cPanel. By far the best hosting control panel there is. Packed with features such as live editor as well as a text editor, visitor stats, webmail as well as free plugins to help bolt on additional features to your website. Its simple to use and has many built in video tutorials to help you get the most from your website. This comes as standard with most hosting packages but its always worth a check to see if the host company you use offers this as there are also a number of other types of control panels in the market place but cPanel is certainly one we would recommend.