At WordPress.com, our mission is to democratize publishing and e-commerce one website at a time. We are a hosted version of open source software, WordPress. Our goal is to provide everyone with the freedom to create, express themselves, and earn money online, making the impossible become business as usual. WordPress software is designed to be accessible, performant, secure, and easy to use.
We believe that good software should work with minimal configuration, so users can focus on sharing their stories, products, or services freely. The basic WordPress software is simple and predictable, allowing users to get started quickly. It also offers powerful features for growth and success. WP Engine has always had a strong commitment to giving back to our community, employees, and industry. This commitment is reflected in our core values, from Doing the Right Thing to Aspiring to Lead.
Our mission includes the main elements that any business would need for their website, starting with a fantastic homepage. The homepage features a large but elegant slider to display company photos, links to important pages or content related to your services. The included callout text is a great way to direct users to your pricing or contact page. Additionally, there are sections of recent posts for services, portfolio and blog, so visitors can instantly see what's new and important. WordPress is an open source tool with 12.6K stars from GitHub and 7.69K forks from GitHub. Here's a link to the open source WordPress repository on GitHub.
Because Mission is part of Authentic Themes' premium WordPress theme package, you'll get a lot of great features at a very low price. The database schema is quite simple with only 12 main tables (see the Entity-Relationship schema of the tables, which shows the relationships between them). WordPress offers many predefined hooks that plugins can “hook” to provide their functionality without modifying any main WordPress files. That's why over 30,000 customers in 120 countries have chosen us for their mission-critical WordPress hosting needs. Thanks to the API, you can now use WordPress as a headless CMS to create your own web applications on WordPress while benefiting from all its core backend features. From the start, WordPress's mission has been to democratize publishing, ensuring that anyone without knowledge technicians could create their own website and, at the same time, create a product that can be extended to enterprise customers with complex needs.
WordPressis licensed under the General Public License (GPLv2 or later), which provides four fundamental freedoms.
Sometimes confirmation access is granted on a temporary basis to work on specific components, but several people have permanent commit access and constitute what is known as the core WordPress team. IEEE Software's mission is to be the best source of reliable, useful, and peer-reviewed information for leading software professionals. The WordPress code itself is organized into a few dozen core components based on the functionality they provide (rather than size or language). This meritocracy takes into account not only technical skills but also attitude, professionalism and respect for the project's core philosophies.
Now I realized that I was focused on what this mission has to offer but not on what it requires; maybe I should combine the list of ingredients from both categories. At WordPress.com we strive for our mission of democratizing publishing and e-commerce one website at a time. We are dedicated to providing everyone with the freedom to create, express themselves and earn money online - making the impossible become business as usual.