The Future of WordPress

What does the future hold for WordPress? In this post, I will share with you the future of WordPress. So, read on to get the full gist.

Many web developers have been wondering what the future of WordPress is. As a web developer with over six years of experience, I make bold to state that WordPress has come to stay.

Launched 15 years ago, WordPress has made a significant impact in the area of web technology and has impacted many businesses around the globe.  

The future of WordPress is bright for many reasons

The future of WordPress is very encouraging. This is because no CMS tool beats WordPress. Yes, I say that with my full chest. WordPress has powered more than 70 million websites, including popular websites such as Vogue, New York Post, Microsoft News, Time Magazine, Sony Music, Play Station, TechCrunch, and BBC America, to mention a few. 

That WordPress is the best CMS tool is no longer news. Over the years, it has become more prominent and useful than other CMS tools such as Drupal, Magento, Joomla, and Shopify. Here are many of the reasons why the future of WordPress is exciting.

  1. Plugins will always be available for free – Plugins make life a lot easier. With a WordPress plugin, you can quickly turn a blog into an e-commerce site. Plugins also offer excellent security against brute force attacks and hacking.

Plugins will experience many improvements in the future, even though they cause glitches and bugs now due to the use of many of them on different WordPress websites. This means the future of WordPress is guaranteed. 

  • Mobile app for building websites – WordPress has a mobile app, but it is not for website creation. I see a future with WordPress where an app will be developed so that web developers can build their WordPress websites while in transit.
  • Improved multi-lingual languages – While WordPress is translation-ready, it is expected to improve even better in the future. More languages will be translated to reach more people and increase their usability. For now, WordPress supports over 70 languages, including English, Russian, Portuguese, Finnish, Chinese, French, etc.
  • Better security – WordPress presently has excellent security features with plugins such as Sucuri, WordFence Security, Defender, and JetPack. In the future, there will be a more enhanced WordPress security where spamming, hacking and brute force will be a thing of the past. The future will also be one where multiple plugins won’t crash the website. 
  • No more bugs – If you use WordPress very frequently like I do, you will realize that bugs are some of the issues developers have to contend with. In the future, it will be goodbye to bugs that bug down your WordPress websites. This will also mean goodbye to glitches. 
  • A stronger WordPress community – A person does not own WordPress; it belongs to a community. As more people get onboard, WordPress will become stronger. In the future, more users will join the community to improve the CMS with their contributions.

Conclusion 

There is no doubt that the future of WordPress is promising. The future of WordPress will be artificial intelligence. It will be a future where developers will do less and achieve more. It is a future where plugins will increase the functionality of websites without bugs. WordPress will continue to be the king of CMS software now and in the future. That future is already here!    

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