In the web world where trends are constantly changing at the speed of the light, it’s vital to stick to the most reliable software. If considering between ExpressionEngine and WordPress, you’ve decided to switch in favor of the second option, keep reading it’s going to be interesting 😉
ExpressionEngine is a commercial CMS based on CodeIgniter framework. Though you’d have to pay around 300$ to get EE, you can download a free core with limited functionality as well. EE is known for being a highly customizable platform, due to that fact you can enforce any of your inner web designer wishes. Also, you are free to create multiple web projects after single EE download.
Still, it loses in many things in comparison to WordPress. First and the most significant is the price. You don’t have to pay anything to get WordPress, there is a full range of neat features which a free and primitive version of ExpressionEngine lacks. Moreover, there are less plugins, and this platform requires some in-depth coding knowledge to use it to the fullest.
WordPress, on the other hand, is not only robust but also user-friendly CMS. It’s the most popular and beloved choice among novices as well as experienced customers. It boasts being the champion when it gets to plugins, and there are plenty of free and premium responsive WP themes.
What’s more? WordPress is completely free of charge and super SEO friendly. Having website powered by WordPress you’ll go viral faster than with the help of any other platform. And in case, you meet some obstacles on the web journey, you can always find answers from fellow WordPressers online.
ExpressionEngine to WordPress Migration Guide
Well, say bye-bye to your ExpressionEngine past and give the green light to your new WordPress site! Check out this superb presentation and migrate all of your content at ease.
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