For businesses of all sizes and types, as well as for bloggers and people just wanting to have a voice on the Internet, it’s fair to say that WordPress has become the default development platform of choice for just about any new web site or blog.
Because when it comes to a development platform or a Content Management Systems (CMS), there really is no comparison to anything else. As the most widely used CMS by web site developers with over 53% of market share, WordPress is unmatched in popularity, functionality and ease of use.
What’s more, the continually growing library of over 19,000 plug-ins provide the ability to customize and make functional additions to WordPress sites that are simply beyond compare. As a result, this robust, proven, and continually improving development platform remains the sought after solution for building a new web site or blog. Over 100,000 sites are being build with WordPress each and every day. And 22% of new active domains in the U.S. use WordPress as their site foundation.
Yet, if you’ve developed and are running your site on WordPress, there’s a chance that you may be making a faux pas or two that could compromise your site or how would like to be perceived on the Internet.
So, in order to put your best foot forward and not look like a dork using this great platform, take a look at this infographic that Jerod Morris put together which may uncover the errors of your ways and provide a few important fixes to your WordPress site.