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neoweb4u|Web site Developer I Advertising I Social Media Advertising I Content material Creators I Branding Creators I Administration I System Resolution|Why You Shouldn't Use WordPress! And Why WordPress is Unhealthy

neoweb4u|Web site Developer I Advertising I Social Media Advertising I Content material Creators I Branding Creators I Administration I System Resolution|Why You Shouldn't Use WordPress! And Why WordPress is Unhealthy

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Neoweb4u|I ought to caveat this video by saying that WordPress is nice! However…solely within the arms of a very good WP developer! Listed here are my 4 explanation why you should not use …

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  2. Having gone through the pain of WordPress(ecom). Its easy to setup, but it breaks so easy and then you have to replace certain functionality with plugins, go in the code its a nightmare. Ideally wordpress works like this, easy to setup, hard to manage. You can say you gain time for the setup, but you loose so much time debugging and trying to improve things. And it's slow to develop in when you work online. So you need some online setup. Currently working on my own platform and releasing it soon. Oh how I love the freedom.

  3. This made it very clear to consider. Thanks so much!

  4. I simply detest wordpress. If you want to explode with frustration, have a go with wordpress. I have wasted YEARS trying to get it to produce anything useful. Should be outlawed.

  5. I'm looking into it again because of a job opportunity. I've since just been using my own CMS' that I've made. WordPress' documentation is horrid. To do the simplest of things seems like such an ass about process like linking up your style sheets, JS files and all that. Then lookin into the documentation for that, the add_action parameters have absolutely no mention of what hooks it works with. So you have to try and find a list of action hooks to see what it will allow.

    Want to add an image from your library to the website? Well that's a function, unlike some of the other functions you have to echo this one out. Oh but wait, the image is cropped, what do I do? Turns out I need to nest another function (or get the actual dimensions of the image) into the first function that ensures the image output is the full size. I could go on…

  6. Yeah it's like a slave that your master pushes you down your expectations

  7. It's better I code using HTML because you can fully manage & customize your web project integrate and incorporate plug-ins and templates

  8. I hate wordpress. It's boring.

  9. I really dislike using WordPress it’s so complicated and not user friendly at all! What are some good alternatives for starting a blog that needs to be monetized?

  10. Would have been great if you actually mentioned viable alternatives.

  11. Well lets just all use Google and Amazon web services that will give us no other options. Even Microsoft gives us more options then what you are talking about yea it is more complicated though.

  12. for me, can't beat the good old django + bootstrap combo. or recently have been using materialize instead of bootstrap just to mix things up – really nice

  13. it's definately a piece of shit, just learn to code, it's easier and it will actually save you time + you do whatever YOU want to do, not just use some rigid thing created by someone else

  14. My wordpress site got hacked by Pharma spam. Dumped it.

  15. So bad it powers +40% of websites globally

  16. WordPress has come a long way over the years. I personally don't like using WordPress due to the endless updates to fix security issues and its a bandwidth hog. However, for the average person, its easy to set up and install. Nothing complicated about it anymore. You mentioned, "Developed By Bad Programmers"…hmmm..not sure where you are actually getting that data from. I'm sure there are many very good programmers out there developing WordPress themes etc.

  17. WordPress is good only in the hands of an expert that I agreed. WordPress's greatest features are it's own greatest weakness too.
    Undisciplined WordPress users might have those problems.

  18. Bad developer always bad developer no matter which platform or language they`d use. Some people maybe have different experiences but mine costly multi thousand by dudes they think better than another and said DONT EVER USE WP !.Project was abandoned and already switch and restart until 5 times with 6 devs , just because the code too personal for another devs to continue . My key point is please do understand what your business need first , and how they`ll scale . Then find the most cost effective solution. No matter WP or alien language ! Never ever trapped in Overkill project. If your business really scale in massive scale I doubt you`ll still using old platform which created by inexperienced alien language programmer right ?

  19. Totally agree. I picked it because Bluehost basically foists it on you for free. It's so bad I'm nearly ready to cancel everything and not even have a website. Web hosts that want to offer an all in one package need to let the user pick between two options, one option that is a very simplistic template that the non-IT person can learn to navigate easily, such as Weebly or perhaps Wix (no experience with Wix, but they market themselves as an easy option), and then a more complicated, less user friendly option like WordPress for people with IT degrees or people that are going to pay someone with an IT degree to set up the website. But the feeling I get is that if you are good enough to do WordPress, you probably don't want to use it anyway.

  20. Totally agree. I picked it because Bluehost basically foists it on you for free. It's so bad I'm nearly ready to cancel everything and not even have a website. Web hosts that want to offer an all in one package need to let the user pick between two options, one option that is a very simplistic template that the non-IT person can learn to navigate easily, such as Weebly or perhaps Wix (no experience with Wix, but they market themselves as an easy option), and then a more complicated, less user friendly option like WordPress for people with IT degrees or people that are going to pay someone with an IT degree to set up the website. But the feeling I get is that if you are good enough to do WordPress, you probably don't want to use it anyway.

  21. 3:33 There're still people out there who believe plugins aren't harmful. But yes, WordPress do not review the plugins compatibility deeply. In 2019, i've seen logs in servers reporting the use of deprecated PHP functions. And wordpress claims: "this plugin is compatible with your wordpress version". What the …

  22. A appreciate this review. Good to know there are other great options. What do you suggest?

  23. I don't see how wordpress solves any time or money issues. Almost every descent functionality requires a yearly subscription of on average around $100 a year. Do you want a specific behavior on your website? Buy this plugin for $100 a year. Do you want a basic form that doesn't look like shit? $100 a year. Do you want a basic website that will work in a year? $500-$1000 a year worth of plugins and several weeks of sifting through all those plugins and trying to figure out which ones to use and how to use them. Alternatively, spend one weekend building the same thing from scratch for free and have it work forever.

  24. what do you recccomend for someone starting a consulting business besides wordpress?

  25. WordPress is a nightmare on a security standpoint. You can make it as secure as it can be, but gee whiz you'd better be patient with having to patch out whatever holes it has.

  26. WordPress like any platform has it's pros and cons. For small businesses or solo projects, Imho think it's great to start out with, especially if you want to build a cookie cutter site quickly and launch fast. Although, as a business or entity grows I consider upgrading and redesigning. Wix, WordPress, Squarespace and other similar platforms are good for starting out, but aren't meant to be a long-term solutions. Now if you have an awesome designer and/or developer on your team that has a custom solution, then go with that first as this video suggests.

  27. I am researching for my first commercial website. You answered some questions that are hard to find answers for . Security was an issue. You nailed it , your answer confirmed my suspicions … very helpful

  28. WordPress is not a WYSIWYG builder lol, if you're expected to build a website from scratch using WordPress as the CMS, then you are an idiot. It's a CMS! Not a website building platform. It does the job extremely well if you know what you doing.

  29. Any CMS platform is not serious.

  30. A blogging tool on steroids is pretty much a good, solid description. I've begun working with WP for a client recently, and with a 20+ year background in tech, I'm quite simply appalled at the shoddy workmanship put into this product. Even if it sold itself as just a basic blogging tool, it lacks some elementary features like "Undo", "Duplicate", and a laundry list of others. "Ahhhhh … well you just have to install Super Power Duplicator Pro, bro! It's got like 5 stars on the Plugins listing!" … <eyeroll>

    As for the tired, "But it powers 30% of all websites!!!" Yes, and school children in NorthAm eat hotdogs and fries for lunch, because potatoes are a vegetable.

  31. WordPress just ate my website. It's gone. Vanished.

  32. WordPress sucks so bad. It's like a car made by the discovery show Bangla Bangers (look it up). I.e. it may look good on the outside, but it's complete and utter trash on the inside. The HTML generated by those visual editors is absolutely horrid. The plugins are held together with spit and baling wire and duct tape. It's an absolute rage inducing nightmare for any serious web developer who wants to deliver a good product. And don't get me started on it's (lack of) security.

  33. The sudden music almost caused me a heart attack bro, savage sudden intro 🙂

  34. Came here to de-stress after spending a few hundred bucks and 10 hours trying to customize a simple WP landing page. Something I could have handcoded and launched in 20 mins with my own private library of boostrap scripts and CSS. But like an abusive relationship, I keep falling for the "the WYSIWYG + plugins just got better" line. If you're running e-commerce, go with professional CMS/white label solutions like Shopify. Anything else—e.g., registration one-pagers or static 'brochure-ware'—don't be lazy. Write your own templates, XML and jquery scripts.

  35. Some decent points but they are all meaningless if there are no alternatives. It's like saying cars are bad because of pollution… but if there is no public transportation for me to my job how the heck am I supposed to make a living? Every thing has pros and cons.

    Don't get me wrong, I hate WordPress. I prefer to write things from scratch when possible (when a CMS is overkill)… but for clients who potentially need to update lots of pages and add articles on a routine basis, etc: a CMS is extremely useful. I'm really looking for something better but WordPress, despite being sort of a messy beast in my opinion, is just so easy for most people.

  36. I have 2 domains. I used 1 w/ html, 1 w/ WP. I’ve spent 3 days with my WP, but it’s horribly bad. It’s really complicated. Writing code is much better. My problem is just I’m new in coding. I don’t know how to build database while I need a forum. I thought WP can be helpful. But no, it’s a mess. I’m crying right now. I only know HTML and CSS. Feel super bad now. Sighs 😔

  37. WordPress is for people who can't design, can't code, and don't care.

    You can make your website look like anything, so long as they all look the same.

  38. I can't get back my old wordpress website back once I lost my user account. They can't even accept my identification documents. This is pretty dumb of wordpress.

  39. Most popular or most over used?
    Most use it because they don't know code or couldn't be bothered..
    For beginners or self professed professionals..
    Just look at Stefan Mischook on the right. ->
    1. Should I learn WordPress
    2. How to Build a WordPress Website from scratch.
    3. Why I shutdown my web development studio.
    Need I say more.

  40. How can you say that. Million dollar website and blogging website are built in WordPress and still they are secure enough. Doing great! What can replace WP in your opinion?

  41. It's been 3 years of developing wp websites, no one could hack into my client websites yet.. because I use wordpress only for endpoints server. I use oAuth2 for authentication, hide the admin panel for security and Angular/Vue for front end. 🙂 WordPress is still amazing

  42. Fu dude, you're a joke not wordpress, people built that, you don't build nothing, you just advertise yourself by giving advice, the way advice works which ever path you take, to approve or dissaprove of word press you still seem like an expert in those who know even less then you, go build stuff other than advice

  43. Lot of big players are using it. They must have sussed it out. Shoot even LinkedIn is using it. Got to be a little secure surely?

  44. I want to develop website using html

  45. You are so right! I had fifteen websites, mostly all WordPress sites, I had trouble with all my WordPress sites, big trouble, my two html websites purred along like a kittens, no problems. I'm talking about real experience here, not theoretical BS. Who wants to worry about all these updates. Did you ever hear of the white screen of death? Well I have seen it many times and much more. Yeah, WordPress has its place, in the garbage.

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