WordPress started as a simple blogging platform but today is used as CMS as well as an application framework. It can power many things such as eCommerce, LMS (this site), membership sites, communities (social networks), backend for mobile/decoupled applications.
From an individual to Fortune 500 companies, WordPress has a user base of all sizes and scales for their varying needs. Sounds a lot right?
No. WordPress is easy to understand. It has a massive community that is well engaged and there are plenty of people ready to help if you ask for it. But for excelling at anything, you will need to learn the basics and also keep improving and practicing your skills. Also, a big dose of curiosity helps!
So let’s start with the basics. The basics will include concepts like installing WordPress, WordPress terminology, and how WordPress actually works.