Why shouldn't I use wordpress?

Wordpress restricts web designers and developers. Everything we do is related to usability and functionality to interact with the end user.

Why shouldn't I use wordpress?

Wordpress restricts web designers and developers. Everything we do is related to usability and functionality to interact with the end user. The problem with wordpress is that it restricts the designer. By Donna Fuscaldo - 2 hours ago.

While it is true that Wordpress releases updates regularly to fix all security holes, the problem is that with an average of more than one patch per month it can take a long time to keep your website safe. Updates will have to be done by someone technical, which means that customers inevitably end up paying for this extra work in the long run. My opinion is mainly based on the misuse of the blogging platform across the industry. Because millions of websites use Wordpress, it makes them susceptible to hackers, which obviously poses a massive security risk.

Why are Wordpress sites more susceptible to being hacked? Because millions of websites use Wordpress, if a security problem can be found on one website, it is very likely that it can be found on many other Wordpress websites. Not only this, but it's easy to tell whether a website is open source or not, and robots can search the web by searching all Wordpress websites, which makes them easier to target than a custom website. Finally, vulnerabilities in Wordpress websites tend to become public knowledge very quickly (as they are used by millions of websites). A quick Google search shows the huge number of 74,652,825 sites that depend on it.

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