In the fast-evolving era of web technologies the saying “Time is money” does ring true, especially when it comes to a website running. In other words, the less time and money you spend for your web project to be profitable – the closer you are to what we call a success. In this article, we are going to compare “static” vs “dynamic” like HTML vs WordPress.
Static HTML vs dynamic WordPress
In short, HTML sites usually consist of 5 to 10 pages. Website owners prefer HTML websites because of some specific demands. Nevertheless, to run a site on HTML you should be a professional coder, and programming should be your native language. As we may see, HTML has its strengths as well as weaknesses. In contrast to HTML, WordPress is a much-more user-friendly platform that offers you a great amount of full-rich add-ons, plugins and themes. This huge library aims to expand your site functionality as required. So, WordPress may be a nice alternative for you to think over.
Not sure yet about your final decision? Follow the infographic provided below, and you’ll know why people all over the globe leave HTML in favor of WP. There you will find out how much time and money you’ll need to spend on running a static HTML site vs dynamic WordPress CMS. A part of the infographic below contains the information necessary to start your own website (domain name, web host, design and production).
As an extra piece of cake, CMS2CMS offers you approximate facts about how much you are going to pay for an HTML website in contrast to modern WordPress. Hence, let’s start.
Impressed how much money you may save in case you migrate from HTML to WordPress? Don’t wait up, make a step forward to your success and start a new life with the leader of website platforms – WordPress.
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