There are many who have gone out and the claim that WordPress is the best thing that has happened to the web and it is the best for SEO.
Something that is important to realize is that the search engine does not care what system you have behind, but the only thing that is important "on page" is the output that is served to the robot. The search engine is really a web client like any other, and must follow the rules set by the http protocol and languages html / xhtml to determine what pages all about.
I tested WordPress now for a little while and I have come to both positive and negative findings on the WP.
- Easy to use for end users
- many templates
- easy to use templates
- Many plugins
- Pingback / trackback
With the right plugins WP is very good to work with the right plugins, there is support for most of what I really want to do.
One can easily get syntax highlighting lightning in the built-in editor and file user.css is a good solution to over Ridea default values in the template using.
Pingback / Trackbacks are an effective way to create back links if blogs.
- Absolute URL:in the database
- large inkopatibilitet between versions
- no hierarchical structure of content pages
The first major problem I encountered with WP was when I was moving it between sub-domains. Any URL:you are hard-coded in the database with their absolute values, which can mean some pretty big problems when moving the site from one domain to another.
The other thing I reacted to was that WP forces one to not use the, ä or ö in URL:erna, However, working characters such as é, £ and €, and crylliska alphabet, This suggests that the developers had not thought of that some want to use the, ä and ö in their URL:them.
Then they forgot to exclude the other characters as the way of thinking would mean problems for some browsers.
I would like to see a solution that allows all characters but 301:is the normalized form of the path to the real, eg / Nails → / false nails.
That there is a hierarchical structure between content pages is hugely frustrating for me.
I want to work in such a way that I will be able to create large structures and be able to write content on the parent page and any other content on Childe, to create and Logical skalblara sites.
Then another annoying thing, one of WP's strengths is also one of its weaknesses, pluginsen.
There is a huge variety of plugins, a real jungle, and a plug that was masterful in a version of WP, may not work in the next.
I would like to say that WP deserves praise, but is far from flawless. Although it is an easy to use system which suit many, the system has clean design error (programming / structured databas), if one were to ask me.
A request from me would be to simply be able to create hierarchical structures, also “sidor”, and to be able to have content in each level.
But I would not discourage anyone from using WP, it is a good system for the end user and it is possible to create much in the, but one should also be aware that there may be a problem for a domain change, or whether to switch servers.
Each system has its pros and cons and one should choose platforms based on the needs that the project has.
But as I say, there are no universal solutions, one size doesn’t fit all.