WordPress is one of the most powerful blogging and website content management system (CMS) today. Though there are many such platforms support CMS WordPress occupies the top position. In short, the definition of WordPress as the Wikipedia put it: “It is a free and open-source content management system (CMS) based on PHP and MySQL. WordPress is installed on a web server that is either part of an Internet hosting service or a network host in its own right.
Tough 30% of the entire Internet runs on this amazing platform, a majority of its users still do not know some of the facts about this platform. This infographic reveals some unknown facts about the WordPress platform.
It is very interesting to note that many top earning blogs are run on WordPress platform.
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WordPress is older than Facebook and Twitter.
The first version of WordPress was released on May 27, 2003 this makes WordPress older than Facebook and Twitter
WordPress does not have a CEO
WordPress is an open source project not owned by any individual or company, thus there is no CEO. Instead, this huge project is run by developers from around the world.
WordPress is a Multi-Billion Dollar Company
Hundreds of companies and thousands of professionals all over the world sell WordPress based products, services, and solutions. WordPress
Provides excellent opportunities to thousands of developers designers, and entrepreneurs to build their business upon WordPress
WordPress is used by Governments all over the world
Thousands of government websites around the world use WordPress platform. The list includes dozens of US Federal and State government websites, counties, small towns, high schools, etc.
WordPress Is available in more than 68 languages
It is fully translated into 68 languages and partially translated into more than12 languages.
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