WordPress has been around for over a decade, has thousands of plugins available to handle the majority of requirements, and is Open Source so anyone with development experience can pick it up and work on it...
It's not hard to see why it is the most commonly used CMS platform on the internet and the first port of call for many business and personal websites alike. But with security attacks on the increase, coupled with the lack of support and potentially limited scope of the thousands of plugins, is it really the best fit for your business?
In the attached download, we go through the pros and cons of WordPress as a content management system for your website and consider alternatives that may offer a much better fit.
We'll cover the following:
- Isolated core code