WordPress CMS started in 2003 with a single bit of code to enhance the typography of everyday writing and with fewer users than you can count on your fingers and toes. Since then it has grown to be the largest self-hosted blogging tool in the world, used on hundreds of thousands of sites and seen by tens of millions of people every day.
It's almost officially summer in the Northern Hemisphere. And while some outdoorsy types are packing their Airstreams to do a bit of camping, WordPressians made the virtual hike to WordCamp Europe 2021 last week. As one of the largest community events in the WordPress ecosystem, WordCamp Europe attracted nearly 10,000 registrees from over 140 countries to their first online forum in 2020... Read More →
Ready to drop your jaw? WP Engine, a leading WordPress digital experience platform for websites and apps, just released a comprehensive study of the “WordPress Economy.” Simply put: the numbers are staggering. The research – which was carried out in the US, UK, and Australia – suggests that 41% of the internet is currently built on WordPress, representing over 82 million... Read More →
It might sound repetitive, but it’s been another month packed with acquisitions, big investments, and major announcements from across the CMS and DXP landscape. The consolidation streak continues, particularly as enterprise platforms hunt for customer data and digital experience capabilities to gain a competitive edge – or simply keep up. We’ve covered some head-spinning moments this... Read More →
Categories: Blogging Software, Cloud/Hosted Platforms, Content Management System
Hosting: Cloud, On Premise
License: Open Source