7 Most Important Reasons to Use WordPress in 2022

One of the most often queries we hear is, “Why should I use WordPress?” Isn’t my website sufficient? Why should I migrate from another platform to WordPress?

One of the most popular misconceptions regarding WordPress is that it is only used for blogging.

WordPress, on the other hand, is so much more.

While WordPress began as a blogging platform, it has now grown into a full website builder and content management system (CMS).

The nicest thing about WordPress is that it’s simple to use and versatile enough to create a variety of websites. That is the primary reason for WordPress’s popularity.

WordPress, in fact, runs 43% of all websites on the internet, according to a recent poll.

WordPress is used by millions of people all around the world. It supports over 53 languages and is used to power hundreds of multilingual websites.

Open-source software, on the other hand, has a considerably higher chance of lasting a long time.

This is due to the fact that it is open-source software, which means it is not maintained by a single person or corporation. Even if WordPress is no longer available, anyone may fork its source and start it under a new name in a couple of minutes.

WordPress does not have a CEO, which is one of the lesser-known truths about the platform. The WordPress foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to ensuring that WordPress continues to thrive, protects the term WordPress.

Let’s look at why you should build your website with WordPress.

  1. WordPress is Free and always will be – WordPress is a free software. It means you may download, install, use, and alter it as you see fit. It may be used to make any type of website. You can use WordPress to build from simplest blog to complex ecommerce websites. Although the WordPress software is free, you will need a domain name and web hosting to get it up and running.
  2. WordPress Is really Easy to Use
    • WordPress, although being the most flexible and powerful platform, is relatively simple to use for newcomers. It has a straightforward interface with many menu options provided on the sidebar. You can quickly make articles and pages, change the look of your website, add navigation menus, and more.
    • Absolute beginners may easily manage their own websites without any technological difficulties thanks to WordPress.
    • First and foremost, there are updates. WordPress publishes core WordPress updates on a regular basis, which you may install with a single click. WordPress plugins and themes, which issue their own updates, are in the same boat.
    • There are several great WordPress backup plugins available (many of them are free). They let you set up automatic backups and save them to a cloud storage service like Google Drive or Dropbox.
    • As a newbie, you might find it intimidating at first. However, being the most comprehensive WordPress reference site for beginners, we can safely tell you that you’ll get the hang of things quickly.
  3. WordPress Is Completely Customizable
    • The majority of WordPress users aren’t web designers or programmers. In reality, the majority of users begin using WordPress with no prior understanding of website design. WordPress is the ideal choice for non-techies because there are hundreds of free website layouts (themes) to select from. For almost any type of website (whether it’s a blog, a commercial website, or an online store), there is a great WordPress theme.
    • Because many WordPress themes come with their own options panel, you can change colours, add your logo, modify the background, make gorgeous sliders, and completely personalize it to your needs without writing any code.
    • Plugins may also be used to add unique functionality to your WordPress site. WordPress plugins are essentially applications for your website that allow you to add sophisticated features like analytics, contact forms, and a membership section, among other things.
  4. WordPress Is Safe and Secure
    • WordPress is a very safe and secure platform for running a website since it was built with security in mind. However, there is still a lot you can do to make your website more safe from hackers, malware, and other threats. See our beginner’s WordPress security guide for more information.
    • I recommend to use Sucuri to guard against typical risks like brute force assaults and malware.
    • Sucuri Scanner, a free WordPress security plugin, may be used to ensure that your site is secure.
  5. WordPress Is SEO Friendly
    • Even the finest website in the world would fail if it does not receive any traffic or visitors. WordPress, fortunately, was created with search engine traffic in mind.
    • WordPress is built with semantic markup and high-quality code. In plain English, this implies that Google and other search engines adore WordPress.
    • This is why WordPress sites tend to rank higher in search engines than non-WordPress sites.
    • I propose utilizing a WordPress SEO plugin to improve your site for even more visitors.
    • All in One SEO is one of the top rated SEO plugin, with over 3 million websites using it. It’s simple to use, but it’s also really strong.
  6. Community Support
    • WordPress is supported by a large community of users, developers, and small companies. They all assure that WordPress is here to stay for the long term as a community.
  7. WordPress 5.9 is new and fresh
    • Blocks + intrinsic web design.
    • Navigation menus.
    • Interface for theme. json.
    • Refining editing flows for block themes.
    • New default theme.
    • Additional design tools.

Introduction to The WEB || What is WEB? || Web Development Basics

What is WEB ?

Web is a collection of websites or web pages stored on web servers and connected to local computers through the internet.

Introduction to web

A document which can be displayed in a web browser such as Google Chrome, Firefox, Opera, Microsoft Internet Explorer or Edge, or Apple’s Safari.

Many people assume that the Web is the same as the Internet. However, the term Internet actually refers to the global network of servers that makes the information sharing that happens over the Web possible. So, although the Web does make up a large portion of the Internet, but they are not one and same.

The Web is just one of the ways that information is shared over the Internet; others include email, instant messaging and File Transfer Protocol (FTP).

How to fix 503 service unavailable error in WordPress

Are you facing 503 service unavailable error in your WordPress website? The problem with the 503 error is that, you can not get any sort of idea, why you are getting this error. I will show you how to fix the 503 service unavailable error in WordPress.

What is the reason behind 503 Service Unavailable Error in WordPress?

There maybe many reasons behind 503 Error. WordPress hosting companies offer fixed amount of resources for each hosting account. Shared hosting can not handle heavy traffic on website and heavy usage of server resources.

The 503 service unavailable error occurs when web server is unable to get a proper response from a PHP script. PHP script could be a complex WordPress plugin, a poor written theme, or a custom code. If this error is caused by heavy usage of server resources, or a DDoS attack then it could automatically disappear in a few minutes.

If it is caused by bad Plugin or poor Theme, then it will keep occurring unless you remove the code that’s causing it.

Let’s take a look at how to fix 503 service unavailable error in WordPress.

Real Solution : Fixing 503 Service Unavailable Error in WordPress

As shown in below steps, we will disable all unnecessary PHP scripts one by one until the error is resolved.

Deactivate All WordPress Plugins

As you cannot login to WordPress dashboard due to the 503 error, you will need to connect to FTP client or File Manager in cPanel. Once connected, go to /wp-content/ folder and rename the plugins folder to something plugins-backup.

Now, you need to create a new folder named plugins.

Now check if this trick resolved the error.

If it did, then some installed plugin was causing the error. Now you need to figure out which plugin was causing the issue. For that you need to go to /wp-content/ folder and delete the empty plugins folder.

After that you need to rename the plugins-backup folder to plugins. This will make all your previously installed plugins available deactivated state.

You need to visit the WordPress admin area and then go to the plugins page. You can activate your plugins one by one and check which plugin is causing the issue. You need to repeat above step until you find the plugin causing the 503 error.

If above trick did not solve your issue, you can move on to the next step.

Switch to a Default WordPress Theme

The next step will be to switch to a default WordPress theme. This will deactivate your current WordPress theme.

As you did for plugins, connect to FTP and go to /wp-content/themes/ folder.

Download your current WordPress theme as backup. Now, you can delete active theme from server and make Twenty Seventeen or Twenty Sixteen default theme. Now check if it solve 503 error.


If above both methods fail to resolve your error, then you have to follow following steps:

  • Please contact your WordPress hosting company because they may help you to find exact issue.
  • As a last option, you can reinstall WordPress with a fresh copy (Personally i do not recommend this).

I hope above article helped you to solve 503 Service Unable issue. Kindly leave your comments below.

Famous Websites Developed in PHP

When someone asks me, Is PHP so famous ? Is it secure ? Do people use PHP to develop their websites ?

Yes. They do.

Here I am going to list out some of the famous websites, which is developed in PHP.

Yes, Facebook, a giant spider in web is developed using PHP. Although they have developed their own framework, but in heart, its PHP.

How can you forget WordPress when it comes to blogging ? WordPress covers 26% of the Web. Really ? Yes. WordPress is on to of the blogging platforms.

For more details : WordPress Usage Statistics

Before Google, Yahoo was dominating Search Engine Market. Yahoo was globally known for its Web portal, search engine Yahoo! Search, and related services, including Yahoo! Directory, Yahoo! Mail, Yahoo! News, Yahoo! Finance, Yahoo! Groups, Yahoo! Answers, advertising, online mapping, video sharing, fantasy sports, and its social media website. Yahoo! was the highest-read news and media website, with over 7 billion views per month, being the sixth most visited website globally in 2016.

You may not believe, Yahoo is written in PHP. Isn’t it great ?

Who doesn’t know Tennis legend Roger Federer ? Yes his personal website is developed in Joomla. Joomla is popular CMS in PHP.


More links are coming soon. 🙂

WordPress Allow Login With Email

By Default WordPress do not let you to login using Email. Here, you can modify this behavior. Just add below code in your active theme’s functions.php file (Maybe if you are using child theme, put it into child theme’s functions.php).

add_filter('authenticate', 'customAllowEmailLogin', 20, 3);
function customAllowEmailLogin( $user, $username, $password ) {
	if ( is_email( $username ) ) {
	    $user = get_user_by_email( $username );
	    if ( $user ) $username = $user->user_login;
return wp_authenticate_username_password( null, $username, $password );

Now you can login with your email into WordPress.
Please leave your comments if its working or not working for you.