WordPress or HTML5

How many times has this happened? You start a website designing project using WordPress, and as you are in the middle of the entire procedure, you start to realize that there are so many other options out there, like the prominent one, html5.

If you have been in the website designing business for a noticeable period, you should have had an insight into both WordPress and html5, and you should have realized that both stand firm at their places, with certain pros and cons to each of them. In the end, the question still remains, WordPress or html5?

To be precise, there is not really a definite answer to this question, it solely depends on your needs and wants, like how often do you plan on making updates, what your budget is, if you will be hiring professionals or you are going to be handling your website yourself.

The shortest answer to this question is:

Who Will Be Handling Your Website?

The reason behind WordPress’s phenomenal success is its simplicity and ease that allows almost everyone to create their website through a series of simple steps. If you are going to making all the updates yourself, and you travel a lot, then you will find WordPress a great option. Once you have your WordPress login, you can use it from anywhere in the world, all you need is internet access.

On the other hand, we have html5, which utilizes Dreamweaver or a text editing program as an editor. This means that unlike WordPress, you don’t have access to your website from anywhere. You need a computer that has something installed that allows you to read and edit code installed on it in order to make any updates. You’ll also need knowledge of html5 and how it works in order for this method to be effective.

What Is The Frequency Of The Updates You Make?

If the nature of your business or your website requires you to make updates twice a year, then it would be practical to go for, html5. It offers designers a cheaper option and the ability to make updates while keeping the costs low.

If you are involved in, let’s say, a retail business, you would need to keep your website updated around the clock, 24/7, and loaded with database driven features. For such a website or business, WordPress is the best option.

What Is Your Budget?

Of course, it all narrows down to one thing in the end, the budget. Html5 offers designers an affordable option to design websites, because not much database programming is required. Moreover, you can get almost all the features you get with WordPress.

Using WordPress to design a website can cost a little higher, as there may be a lot of programming involved. However, if your primary concern is the management of your website by yourself, you will find that WordPress has a lot to offer, moreover, it offers a lot of additional tools and features once you become a member!
The Bottom Line

There you go; eventually, it depends on your needs and wants. WordPress is just website designing made easy, and all the essential tools have been integrated into it, along with a large number of templates. Html5 requires Dreamweaver, and most people need dedicated education or training to use it. Whichever option you choose, be sure it is in the favor of the nature of your business!

Did you Realize You Can Do Both?

Many WordPress themes are built using html5. WordPress uses PHP, which outputs to html5. So, if you know PHP and Html5, then you can build your WordPress site with HTML5. There are many base WordPress themes out there that are built with html5, such as ones with Foundation 5, Bootstrap, or any sort of html5 boilerplate.

Just remember, not every project requires a full fledged content management system. You could easily create your site strictly from html5. The main thing is, you have to choose which method is right for your project or for your client.


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