On the Future of WordPress

On the Future of WordPress

Author: Convesio

Date: April 20, 2020 

Category: Webhosting

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WordPress was released in 2003, and it’s gone through numerous changes since then. Major releases come out every 4 to 5 months, and minor releases can be even more frequent. Today, it’s the world’s most popular content management system (CMS) – WordPress runs a majority of the internet, and the competition isn’t even close. Every time WordPress comes out with a new release, anticipation grows. Users expect increasingly better speed, security, and design on both the backend and frontend. However, as open-source WordPress is always evolving, that suggests it will never be perfect. And while we see

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