Cost-effective solution for small websites

WordPress is the world's most widely used Content Management System (CMS) for the administration and maintenance of websites, news portals or web shops and was originally developed as a blog software. Through various extensions (plug-ins), however, it now provides all the functions of a fully-fledged CMS and is not only suitable for bloggers.

The implementation of a project on WordPress is characterized by a fast and cost-effective installation and realisation. It is ideal for small and easily structured website projects with lower requirements and a limited budget.

For enterprise-class projects with advanced functionality, such as We recommend CMS solutions such as Drupal for multilingual targeting or high visitor traffic.

WordPress functionality at a glance

  • WYSIWYG editor including embedding of multimedia elements
  • Integrated file management / media library for managing images, videos, audio files, PDFs and other media formats
  • Image editing tools (scale, rotate, flip, crop)
  • External users (new registration, update)
  • Rights / role system (administrator, editor, author, employee, external user)
  • Responsive Design (backend, frontend)
  • SEO (search engine friendly URLs, manual configuration of title, description and keywords, SEO basic equipment can be extended by additional SEO plug-ins)
  • Internal search functionality
  • tagging / tagging of records (e.g., articles, blog entries)
  • Simple workflow (design, planning)
  • Versioning of records system (e.g., articles, blog entries)

WordPress Areas of Implementation

  • Blog systems
  • Mono-lingual websites
  • News portals
  • Small web shops

WordPress Benefits

  • A Large pool of extensions and theme templates
  • Fast and cost-effective implementation of WordPress based projects
  • Intuitive administration interface
  • Extensions can be installed and updated in just a few clicks

WordPress Shortfalls

  • WordPress projects are a regular target of hacker attacks
  • Frequent security updates required, resulting in additional administration overhead
  • Full CMS functionality only possible through the purchase of expensive additional plug-ins
  • Unsuitable for high traffic websites
  • By default, multilingual sites are not possible