I know, I know, we just released the buy/updated version 1.1.1 of DW Question and Answer plugin and now a new version is out? It’s a bit crazy, isn’t it ?
But since it’s a big feature to add, we cannot wait but to release a new version for the plugin, so here we go: DW Question and Answer plugin Pro version 1.1.1 with:
Add option approve answer
The name speaks for itself meaning! Now admin can take the control over their own the Answers from the users by having an option to enable/disable this option directly on the back-end.
Show anonymous email
In this point, the plugin has supported to help you find the email, Name of user anonymous. We have created a page named “Anonymous Listing” under the settings tabs of the plugin.
Option to show/hide author, date for widgets
If you want to hide/show author or date under the title of the question in the widgets, you can check or uncheck the checkbox in the setting of the widget. It’s very simple.
Submit question form for each category
We have provided a shortcode to help you insert the submit form to anywhere that you want with exactly a category. If you want to show the submit form, you can use the following shortcode: [Submit categories form]
NOTE*: Change the catslug With your categories slug that you want.
Other updates and bug fixes
– Fix: Widget translate
– Fix: Permission settings
– Fix: Notification email
– Fix: integrate Buddypress (post not found!)
– Fix: Slug of Q&A tab in BuddyPress
Let’s welcome the latest update of our all-time favorite WordPress plugin DW Question & Answer version 1.4.6.
To admit it, it’s been awhile we have not made any major updates to the plugin DW Q&A, nonetheless, we always provide active support for bug fixes on our Forum page. For the upcoming time we plan to upgrade and enhance our DW Q&A plugin with a bunch of great features enabling DW Q&A plugin to be more flexible.
For this update v1.4.6, DW Q&A is fully compatible with the latest WordPress 4.8 and packaged with various bug fixes and useful improvements as well. Notes below will give you a quick walkthrough of these changes:
1. DW Q&A is fully compatible with the latest WordPress 4.8
On September 19, WordPress 4.8.2 was released to the world — this was a security release that fixed nine issues in WordPress Core, making the platform more stable and secure for everyone. We adopt this new code practice into this update, and also implement some minor tweaks in theme structures to allow easy integration between third-party themes and DW Question & Answer plugin.
2. Allows anonymous users to vote Question & Answer
We have made an option to help you set from the Dashboard to allow Anonymous users can upvote/down vote with the questions & answers.
3. Integrate with BuddyPress plugin
In the previous version, you need to add much code to customize the plugin compatible with the BuddyPress. From now, just need install the Q&A plugin and BuddyPress plugin, you won’t need to do what anything. The Q&A will auto integration with the BuddyPress.
Also, you can get notification of the Q&A from the profile.
4. Update languages RU, IT
We greatly appreciate contributions from you and the community. In this update, we greatly appreciate contribution from the users for language file. DW Question & Answer has been translated into 20 different languages over the world. If you wish to help us add more languages, you can submit your translation files via Github. Just take a look at the guideline here and submit your language files to Github.
5. Add Setting Days to auto close the questions
If you want to auto-closure the question after one day, two days or then more. With the 1.4.6 you can do that very simple with some small setting.
6. Fixed the email notification
We have fixed this issue in the latest version 1.4.6, All the author, admin can get the email notification in this version.
7. [ Upcoming Features ] Additional Extensions for DW Q&A
As mentioned before we plan to release new features for DW QA plugin in 2017. While we continue to improve the core plugin, a few new features will be added in the form of additional extensions. Here are cool add-ons you can expect to see in upcoming versions of the DWQA plugin:
User’s following question page: List all questions that user follow; all tags or categories that user can follow or unfollow.
BuddyPress answer tab: List all questions that user answered in the profile.
Compatible with Userpro plugin
What do you expect to see in the upcoming versions of the DW Question & Answer plugin? Let us know your thoughts and ideas in the comment below or our DesignWall Email
When creating a new website, most of us want to entice as many new visitors as possible. There are various ways of building a following, such as social media and email campaigns, but something that shouldn’t be ignored is making sure your site is SEO friendly.
To start with, in case you have no coding experience, you may want to consider using an online website building platform to optimize your website. Whether if it’s a blog, small business or e-commerce site, you can create a website from start to finish in no time with a solid online presence to get your site rolling. If you’re using website building tools, better choose a platform that also provides SEO services such as GoDaddy.
SEO stands for Search Engine Optimisation. Whenever you use a search engine such as Google or Bing, you are presented with a list of sites and pages that are relevant to the word or sentence you have requested. The better the SEO, the higher up the list that site is presented. This is done using various methods and techniques that allow Google (and other search engines) to ‘crawl’ your site and pick out the relevant information residing within.
Having a stunning looking website bristling with interesting content is only great if people can find it. Here we outline some tips that will help improve your SEO, and hopefully boost you further up those Google rankings.
Your Url Should Be Expressive but Simple
Yes, that’s right, even your URL affects your SEO. When naming your pages, make sure they are simple and expressive. An example of a good web page URL would be (www.amazingdogleads.com/metal-leads). A bad example would be (www.amazingdogleads.com/leadpage12red). The first example is easy for a search engine to categorize, where as the second is much more difficult. A google rule of thumb when naming your pages is to ask yourself whether someone who has never seen that particular web page could guess what is on it. If they can, Google probably can too.
Keywords Shouldn’t Only Be Present in Your Copy
Many people believe throwing keywords within the copy is enough to increase your SEO. While it may increase, adding keywords to other area’s of your site can increase it even further. Your keywords can be added to metadata fields, H1 tags, image titles, folder names, and bullet points. Adding your keywords to any of these fields can aid search engines in finding data that might otherwise have not been noticed. Images are particularly easy to optimise, so no more 12.jpg file names. Instead, chocolate-teapot.jpg will enable Google to list that web page as somewhere chocolate teapot enthusiasts might want to check out, and in turn list your page when ‘chocolate teapot’ is requested in a search.
Good Hosting Enables Good SEO
Having a site that runs slowly is not just annoying for your visitors, it can also limit the viewability for search engine crawlers that scour the web, indexing the sites it finds. If you have a site that loads slowly, these crawlers can ignore the content within. Make sure your site is fast to load, and response times are ‘snappy’. This is good practice all around, as a slow website simply doesn’t work in today’s world. If your site is loading slowly, and you have done everything you can to improve speeds, you may want to host your site elsewhere. Something else to bear in mind is that there are companies that provide hosting and web building tools in one package such as hostinger, sitebuilder, bluehost that would help you in keeping things as simple as possible and having all your needs met under one roof.
Make Sure You Keep Refreshing Content
Search engines like to know that the website they are promoting is still relevant. A website that hasn’t been updated for over a year is likely to slip down rankings quicker than one that is constantly being edited and added to. Keeping things fresh is good practice two-fold, as it entices new viewers as well as search engine crawlers. Both of which, should be highly welcomed on a site that wishes to stay ahead of the game.
Another thing search engines love, is social media. Get your social media links added to your website immediately, with icons and buttons that allow your viewers to flow seamlessly between your website and Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and alike. The more links to your website the busier it becomes, and the busier it becomes, the higher it climbs in rankings.
Be Original, Don’t Duplicate
As tempting as it might be, try not to duplicate content from other sources. Keep your content original, and avoid ‘copy and pasting’ large volumes of text from elsewhere. You may be able to fool the average user, but you can’t fool the search engine bots. While you might need to quote text from time to time, just be aware that quoting is OK, copying is not. If you find some copy elsewhere on the web that is ‘just perfect for your site’, change the wording up a bit. Re-write it in your own voice. Not only is it better for SEO, it is also more interesting for your visitors.
Size, to a Degree, Matters
While you don’t have to write an entire book on your site, make sure you have enough copy to look and feel worthwhile. Anything above 300 words is fine, but having only two sentence paragraphs on a page can cause issues when it comes to SEO. Flesh out your writing a bit, and you should reap the rewards.
Links, Links and More Links
Do you have a sister site to the one you are building? Do you have compatriots that aren’t rivals, but your visitors may be interested in? Or perhaps a website that you feel might be of interest to your viewers? Link to them. These links build a web within themselves that shows your website has a web presence. Link to other sites, and get them to link to you. Linking is good for everyone involved. Taking advice from the experts is also something you should be doing. There are plenty of websites discussing SEO-friendly website builders, that give you an easy to determine score in regards to how good they are at boosting your search engine optimization.
Building a great website can be tricky, but sticking to these sorts of simple rules will help make your website flourish. Over time you should start to see the rewards, but it is always worth remembering, optimising your site for search engines is an ongoing battle. Build these techniques into your workflow, and it should start to feel like second nature. You will find that the gains far outweigh the initial effort. Get optimising!
WordPress plugins are mostly useful. They come with functions and features that enhance the WordPress platform. They make it easier to publish content and create a more attractive and engaging blog or website. However, not all of them can be helpful. There are those you may just have to avoid. The following are some of them.
Various “Related Posts” Plugins
Related Post plugins are those created to display similar, featured, or popular posts on the sidebar or at the bottom end of a post. They are usually used to keep visitors on the site or blog as they display related content visitors might be interested in. They appear as post snippets with thumbnails, thumbnails with titles, or simply post titles. Their appearance, in a way, can enhance the design or overall look of a blog. It’s not their appearance, though, that poses a problem. It’s what happens behind the scenes, as the plugin indexes and sorts posts. A number of related post plugins are recommended to be avoided especially for those who are on shared hosting.
There are several plugins that have already been blacklisted by major web hosts. These include Contextual Related Posts, Similar Posts, WordPress Popular Posts, Yet Another Related Posts Plugin, and Yet Another Featured Posts Plugin. These plugins have been blacklisted for being intolerably resource-intensive. Also, some of them are already deemed obsolete.
If you are looking for a good plugin that does something similar to what the aforementioned plugins do, try Contextly and LinkWithin. You can also try Outbrain, which is something many major reputable sites are using.
Various Backup Plugins
It is extremely important to have backup for your WordPress blog or site. However, nowadays, many WordPress hosting packages already come with backup functions. Many of them perform daily backups. If you want to double your data security, you can use safe options like BackupBuddy and VaultPress. Don’t waste your time installing the following: The Codetree Backup, EZPZ One Click Backup, WPOnlineBackup, WP DB Backup, BackupWordPress, Updraft, and Versionpress. They have already been blacklisted by major web hosting service providers not necessarily because they are proven harmful (although some are regarded as potentially harmful). It’s because they perform a duplicate, unnecessary function.
Various Stats Plugins
WordPress plugins that record and process statistics are resource-intensive. If you get one, you need to make sure it is efficient and is not going to consume a lot of your limited server resources. You can just rely on Jetpack or Google Analytics to be safe. Avoid using these blacklisted statistics plugins: JR Referrer, WP Slimstat, Statpress, and WP Postviews. They have already been banned by a few major web hosting companies for being resource-intensive.
Various Caching Plugins
If you got a managed WordPress hosting plan, there should be no more reason to get a website caching plugin like WP Cache, WP File Cache, WP Super Cache, W3 Total Cache, or Wordfence. These plugins are just going to provide duplicate functionality. Caching is already expected to be the function of the web host. Installing these plugins may only create conflicts or serious problems with the caching system employed by the web host. If your web host does not provide caching functions, perhaps it should be a new web host you should be looking for, not plugins.
Various SEO Plugins
If you have been a WordPress blogger or website owner for a long time, you likely have encountered the Yoast SEO plugin. It’s a great SEO plugin used by many WordPress sites and blogs. There should be no more need for the following resource-intensive plugins: Fuzzy SEO Booster, Broken Link Checker, and Google Sitemap Generator. There are several other SEO plugins worth listing here. Basically, if you already have Yoast, consider your SEO needs adequately covered (as far as WordPress is concerned).
Other WordPress plugins you may want to avoid are database management plugins such as Adminer and Portable PHPMyAdmin. You also don’t need WordPress GZIP Compression, WP-PHPMyAdmin, and WP DBManager for database management. The functions they serve are already addressed by most web hosts. Also, consider ditching or veering away from plugins known to have security issues. These include WP Copysafe PDF, Toolspack, WordPress Beta Tester, and WP Mailinglist. If you want to ensure a fast and secure WordPress business website, you should stay away from these plugins.
If you are looking for a plugin for image optimization, avoid Ewww Image Optimizer. It sucks up a lot of resources without offering anything spectacular. If you really like this plugin, just use its cloud version. There’s no need to install it on your WordPress.
Moreover, don’t be misled into believing that a plugin’s age is a cue for its being a good plugin to use. Hello Dolly or Hello.php, for example, is one of the oldest WordPress plugins around. However, it has already ceased to be useful. It has already been blacklisted by WPEngine for being nonfunctional. It no longer has any practical purpose for modern blogs and sites.
Plugins can enhance your WordPress blog. Just make sure you are choosing the right plugins to install. There may be quite a number of to-be-avoided plugins listed here but realize that these don’t mean that WordPress is littered by multitudes of unnecessary and unwanted plugins. Only a very small fraction of WordPress plugins can be considered unnecessary, harmful, and defective. There are still thousands of plugins to choose from.
How do you feel when you stumble upon an attractive website? Don’t you get tempted to come back to your website and change its theme? With the availability of content management systems (CMSs) like WordPress that offers a plethora of themes to choose from, you can fulfil that temptation easily. There are hundreds of free and paid themes oozing with creativity that will definitely suit your taste as well as your website’s requirements.
However, you often drop the idea because of all the complexities related to it.
Even if your site has good rankings and is doing better in terms of SEO, you still need to consider the importance of theme-change. Older themes are prone to hacking and might not be compatible with mobiles. There are also themes that do not work effectively and add spammy links to the sites. Switching to new themes solves such issues.
Well-built themes give out favorable results. Getting professional help for an SEO-optimized cheap web design service with a whole new facelift can fetch best results
How changing your WordPress theme affects your website’s SEO?
Many reported changes in their page ranking immediately after adopting a new WordPress theme. Let’s see how a theme can make or break the SEO of a page.
Handling Site’s SEO – WordPress Theme or SEO Plugins
With an existing theme you could use plugins to take care of SEO, but are you aware of the fact that current themes come already designed to be SEO friendly and are capable of taking care of your site’s SEO to some extent? Some tweaks still needs to be done manually, but they take care of most of the job.
Page Loading Time
Uptime – time taken by your webpage to load – matters a lot for SEO. Some themes are designed such that they load the contents first, and then sidebars and widgets. Other load the whole page in one go. Loading the whole page at once might take longer than loading it in phases. Some themes come built with the latter option. Your target should be themes that load webpage in phases.
De-indexing of Pages
While changing from one theme to another, some themes add no-index to the pages. In such cases, your pages might not show in the search results, affecting SEO adversely.
Coding and HTML
Themes have their own codes and when you change your themes, your page coding changes. Sometimes you might also find that a new URL is created for the same site. These changes affect the way your HTML is read by search engine spiders and alter your ranking.
Changes in Permalinks
While shifting to a new theme, some permalinks get disabled and this is not a good sign for your site. It is crucial to ensure your permalinks stay unchanged and lead to the same pages and posts.
Backup your current settings always so that you could revert to original theme in case things go south. Always check reviews and feedbacks of a theme and run a quick quality-check before adopting.
Same theme might not work well forever. Getting professional help is always better than putting the site’s credential at stake, and a cheap web design that refreshes the look your site while enhancing SEO is always a win-win.
When we talk about latest happenings in WordPress we always need to stay updated. For those of you, who are blogger aspirants, they as well need to be updated about almost all the updates. When I say to be updated, I mean in every technological basis, every recent happening and every recent product launching.
These things are achievable and believe me when I say very easily. All you have to do is keep yourself posted with the latest happening through blogs. Follow all the premium blog providers and you’ll see yourself how significantly your knowledge set regarding the WordPress is growing slowly but steadily.
In this post, I am going to provide you an exclusive list of those WordPress blogs which covers all the latest happenings plus which covers all those happenings and information effectively and with quality content.
Get started with an exclusive list of WordPress blogs to follow
1. DesignWall WordPress Blog
Well, you might think that I am getting biased, but trust me that is not true. DesignWall always stays up to date and provides useful information. They also provide guest bloggers to share their experiences and skills. Due to this reason, DesignWall contains so many of varied topics starting from basics, tutorials, reviews, articles and many other forms of write ups which will help you to be up to date every time.
They have collaborators from across the globe continuously working on improving the contents and informing the readers about all the important news related to WordPress. My first recommendation has always been Designwall, So, I don’t shy about that.
There are many categories of articles which can guide you to the perfect article you might want to access. So, visit DesignWall and subscribe the blog now.
This seems pretty obvious when we talk about WordPress blogs to give latest news and updates. This is the place where the first WordPress bullfight takes place. This blog gives you everything whatever you desire to know about the WordPress such as, Latest news on the WordPress releases, code changes, community news, developments, and events.
This caters the biggest portal to offer every kind of information about WordPress. Also, this blog should be given a huge appreciation for the coverage of WordPress such that WordPress itself has become the most popular CMS. You should visit WordPress.org and follow the blog for future updates.
Chris Lema is an extraordinary WordPress blogger and consultant to many of the industry giants. He is famous for his advice given to companies such as WooCommerce, WP 101 and RocketGenius. His blogs usually cover almost every topic of WordPress which are essential for every passionate WordPress-er to know about. In his latest written Ruminations, he now started discussing,
This blog website is ultimate for those who want to start from scratch and slowly but steadily moves to perfection. Wordsuccor is a development team who happens to generate quality content about WordPress and Blogging. Their blogs are playing the pivotal role in educating and spreading WordPress literacy. Their content covers from all the layman’s topics to super rocket science coding of WordPress. This is an ideal blog to follow if you want to keep yourself updated for all kind of cool WordPress tricks and tips.
5. Matt Mullenweg
Many of you did not even know who was the original founder and developer of the WordPress. Well, now is the time to remember this name. The name is “Matt Mullenweg”. Currently, he is working with the driving force of WordPress i.e., Automattic. Matt always is busy in collecting and curating interesting articles about WordPress and flash news as well regarding it. Then, he gives his balanced opinion about that incident. I reckon following his blog can seriously rejuvenate your WordPress daily dose. Follow him here.
The name says it all. WPBeginner.com is an ultimate blog for the WordPress newbies. It doesn’t matter what you’re looking for, be it a tip, advice, tutorial, article, review, events, editorials, news and every other thing related to WordPress. You will get everything you need in this one place without any doubt. Even if you’re not interested in reading stuff (I will be surprised if you said yes we’re not!!!), you can find loads of videos covering almost everything about WordPress themes and plugins. This website is very beneficial, Just three words to you for this Blog website. “Subscribe it Now!!!”
7. Yoast WordPress
Yoast is basically a WordPress plugin which offers SEO services and overall website optimization. This plugin was built by a prolific writer and developer, Joost de Valk. As I mentioned he is a prolific writer, the Yoast Blogs are pretty nice and versatile when it comes to topics regarding WordPress. The Yoast Blogs section is full of compelling topics covered by bloggers and webmasters. This mainly covers about Search Engine Optimization, how to increase website performances and everything about WordPress. I would like to recommend Yoast WordPress Blogs to all aspirants who are seeking help and guidance for learning WordPress and SEO.\
8. Matt Report
Matt Medeiros is currently a famous podcast broadcaster and also an owner of a website that basically deals with all types of questions related to WordPress and Digital Marketing. The blog is famous with the name “Matt Report”. This blog serves to WordPress agencies and digital market holders. This website can be very beneficial for those who’re looking for making money online. This blog provides top to bottom info (Building; Starting and Marketing) for a successful business in WordPress. Go to the Matt Report and see it yourself.
This website was started back in 2010, by Jean Galea, his wife Alonya and his cousin Mark Zahra. So, this Blog website was started by family and some guest contributors. They keep the content strategy in circles around WordPress plugins, themes and reviews of the services. They offer contents in form of news, reviews, articles and tutorials. The best part of it is they are always updated and informative as well. This can be an ultimate salvation if you want to know about WordPress tools such as plugins and themes and shortcodes etc. You can visit the website through this link.
WPTavern.com is a friendly community which had created a foundation of understanding since its establishment in 2009. The tavern was recently purchased by the Godfather of WordPress, Matt Mullenweg. It usually covers topics surrounding BuddyPress, WordPress and all the diverse projects of Automattic. The discussion platform of WPTavern.com has its own reputation of being genuine and helpful. I highly recommend it for everyone. And that’s just not only because of Matt Mullenweg, The Blog is worth it.
11. SitePoint WordPress
SitePoint is one of the Pinnacle when it comes to the content on the WordPress. It is well known for its well-researched, highly informative articles curated for everyone. It doesn’t matter if you’re a beginner or a veteran. The SitePoint blog posts serve both of them very well. However, I recommend newbies to go from the scratch to have a better understanding of every rudimentary fact about WordPress and WordPress website development. As far as Pros are concerned, they can choose in accordance with their liking from where they want to start. So, go for it and stay updated.
To conclude, these are the main WordPress Blogs which will effectively keep you updated and enlightened about every tenet of WordPress and Website development. Let’s again have a look on the websites just to give a head start to keep a track of these blogs.
So, these are the website You might like to follow in your future to have a regular update on the WordPress technology and news events.
Hey, what you think about my list? If you like it please share it. And Don’t forget to share your own list of WordPress blogs in the comment section. I am always just a comment away.
Whenever we start talking about a Content Management System (CMS), we all have the tendency to start comparing these systems with another system. This doesn’t seem the need however, a healthy comparison can lead you to make better decisions when it comes to the professional ramification of your business through web presence of your business via websites and blog posts. Just to fulfill the purpose, today I present you a clean, healthy comparison of WordPress and Concrete5. Let’s get started.
General Information on the CMS
WordPress is an open source and free content management system with a simplistic interface with practically no requirement of HTML or FTP knowledge. On the other side, Concrete5 is also an open source and free content management system which is innovative and allows users to build trailblazing web applications.
WordPress is on the market since 2003 and since then continued to rise up as the most popular blogging software which also supports content management functions as well. The best part of WordPress is that it is super easy to use and even non-savvy users can also work just by their instincts. Anyone can add new pages, blog posts, images etc regularly.
WordPress allows you to manage your blog or website from any computer or mobile device. In addition to that, you don’t need to have a deep knowledge of HTML editing or any other language or software such as FTP. WordPress is a self-maintaining and self-contained system. Everything in WordPress is 100% customizable.
It is an easy to use software and you can easily make changes in the website or blog of yours, is as easy as Drag and Drop and is the best CMS that ever venture in the digital realm.
Easily understandable editing is the key component of the Concrete5. It consists of Editor which will enable you to easily customize your website without any coding. With its in-context editing and WYSIWYG editor, the possibilities are limitless.
Concrete5 offers an incredible set of customization to match all the preferences and needs of yours. It also offers you a humongous variety of add-ons to extend your website and expand its functionality. There is a vast exposure of quick installs via site’s dashboards and also offers numerous add-ons which tend to update automatically.
Now, some of the main features for Concrete5 are one-click updates, instant quick installation, forms, templates, regulation of content workflow, user permissions, integrated reporting and etc.
If we talk about the CMS layout of WordPress and Concrete5, there isn’t any similarity. In the case of WordPress, the CMS frontend and Backend offers so many widgets and they are necessary as well in order to provide necessary actions to be taken to modify subjects, modules, and add-ons.
Concrete5 is also loaded with many widgets, however, they are designed by outside engineers, so there might be chances that both WordPress and Concrete5 may have clashed.
However, in spite of having such clashes, both of them developed in whole lot different ways which decrease any possibilities of being common.
However, because of simplicity and smoothness the winner is WordPress.
How they provide Support?
If we talk about Concrete5, there are not much forums or service supports. This scarcity of support is one of the major cause that an aspirant turned away from Concrete5.
On the other hand, you’ll find ample of services and support for WordPress. There are thousands of websites offering support for WordPress development. WordPress itself present a WordPress Codex in order to solve any problem. To be frank, there is a huge community of WordPress developers, where you can find answers to every query of yours.
This insane amount of support is one of the prime reasons, that people are shifting to WordPress.
There is a huge difference between WordPress and Concrete5 in terms of support offered and to be quite frank, WordPress overplays Concrete5 and proves to be much better in terms of support offered.
Target Audience & User base
Now, when I compare WordPress with Concrete5 in terms of Target Audience and User base, I found fascinating information.
Many big name enterprises use WordPress, however, at last, there are those people who turned towards WordPress to optimize and enhance their website. WordPress enjoys a huge audience who use it for the website and the blog in different niches such as,
– Portfolio Purposes (photographers, artists and designers etc).
– Business/Corporate Website.
– Magazines/News Websites.
– Blogging (This is the main purpose).
Now, about Concrete5, the fun fact is, Concrete5 has acquired almost same target audience of WordPress. You must be wondering what the heck does this even mean? Actually, my point is that the users of Concrete5 are similar as in of WordPress. However, the exception part is not in the nature of the user, it is in the level.
A WordPress user is that user who either starts from WordPress itself or switches from Drupal, Joomla or others once and for all. The nature of that user can be either a newbie or an expert. But as I said above it has nothing to do with nature.
The interesting point here is that a newbie of WordPress is mostly someone who is entirely new to this development concept. So that is the level of a newbie of WordPress.
If we talk about Concrete5, most of the users are a veteran of WordPress who fed up with it and started working on Concrete5. So, technically speaking, the newbie of Concrete5 are basically high in level.
In the easier word, Concrete5 user base is basically migrant of WordPress. And that of WordPress, it includes permanent migrant of Joomla, Drupal etc.
This analysis shows us a very simple fact. WordPress is so easy that anyone can work on it without any trouble, while concrete5 is little too advanced for new user. That is a quantum leap for WordPress and this is the major reason that it is loved by most of the people.
Security and Administration
In terms of administration, both the CMS are actually looks quite identical. Unlike WordPress VS Drupal or any other CMS, this comparison is not that much straight forward. The difference is not very direct.
In terms of Security, it is again very tight. WordPress vs Concrete5 is not as that easy. However, WordPress steals the competition marginally because of its security features and plugins.
I won’t say that WordPress is better than Concrete5, or the other way around. It depends upon what a person is capable of doing when it comes to CMS. Concrete5 is very easy to handle and interactive, same happens with WordPress. It is very innovative and also easy to use.
As I said before it is not easy to say which one is better as both are equally balanced. However, we all know that WordPress is very famous and common. So, with the support WordPress have, I don’t think there is a need of any argument. It is crystal clear that WordPress is better than Concrete5.
If you like my ideas and views share and leave comments and let me know what you think about the topic. A healthy discussion is always welcome.