A good content management system (CMS) makes it easy for staff and website owners to manage and publish new content to their website. If your CMS is difficult to use, requires extensive training, or limits you to simple text fields, you understand how frustrating a bad CMS can be. WordPress stands out as being one of the easiest yet most powerful CMS platforms available.
WordPress websites make it easy to manage, add, edit, publish and schedule content pages and blog posts with a range of tools.
The WordPress Post Editor provides a user-friendly interface to create and edit content as easily as you would create an email message or Word document. Using the WordPress Post Editor, you’ll be able to:
Both of these interfaces are easy to use, but one offers advanced visual design tools.
The text editor interface lets you edit the “raw code” of the page or post contents. This allows you to add HTML tags, custom styles and edit tag attributes and other details not normally accessible. It provides a great level of fine control over the code of your posts and pages.
The visual editor, on the other hand, provides a friendly, WYSIWYG interface for editing pages and posts. Similar to Word or another visual document editor, you can change font styles, create bold text, insert special styles and more.
The visual editor can be extended with several free plugins. WP Super Edit and other plugins extend the functionality of the visual editor to include additional features like drag-and-drop buttons, table editors and much more.
By utilizing an easy interface to manage and edit content, till allowing fine grain control of the code behind each page and providing a huge range of extensions and plugins, WordPress offers one of the most robust free CMS platforms available.
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