When developing websites, it’s hard to know where to start. There are so many website builders on the internet now that it can be challenging to find the right one. I’ve been through at least five different website builders over the last four years when I was creating my portfolio site. Sure they were incredibly user-friendly and intuitive, but none of them had the right features I was looking for to display my work. I couldn’t create complex or interesting layouts without some level of coding (which I have very little), and there were limitations to what I could change with the kinds of widgets that were provided.
Enter: WordPress with Elementor
WordPress offers the best of both worlds when it comes to easy-to-use features and still allows for total customization. When I first started learning how to use WordPress, I was afraid I’d need more advanced knowledge of coding to fully utilize it. Thankfully that isn’t the case, and with hundreds of plug-ins, you can easily plug and play while also having full control of how your site functions. Plug-ins like Elementor make website building a breeze. With features like Live Drag & Drop editing and World Class Hosting, it opens up WordPress to your wildest dreams.
Now I know what you’re thinking.”This is all well and good, but I’m not a designer.” The good news is that you don’t have to be a designer to use WordPress. They offer thousands of website templates and kits that you can pick and choose from and quickly drop in your own content and logos.
If you’re still having doubts that WordPress is a good choice, here are a few of the companies that actively use WordPress for their websites:
- The Walt Disney Company
- Angry Birds
- Rolling Stones