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6104 reseñas
  • En general 4.5 / 5
  • Facilidad de uso 4 / 5
  • Atención al cliente 4 / 5
  • Funciones 4.5 / 5
  • Relación calidad-precio 4.5 / 5

Detalles del producto

  • Versión gratuita
  • Prueba gratis
  • Implementación En la nube, SaaS, web
  • Formación Documentación
  • Asistencia En línea

Datos del proveedor

  • WordPress
  • http://wordpress.org

Sobre WordPress

Software de código abierto que es de uso gratuito para crear blogs y sitios web.

Funciones de WordPress

  • Análisis
  • Búsqueda
  • Edición de texto enriquecido WYSIWYG
  • Gestión de publicaciones
  • Moderación de comentarios
  • Publicaciones de grupo
  • Redacción colaborativa
  • Uso compartido de archivos
  • Actualización automática
  • Arrastrar y soltar
  • Content Import/Export
  • Edición en tiempo real
  • Generador de tiendas electrónicas
  • Gestión de SEO
  • Online Booking Tools
  • Pre-built Templates
  • Páginas de aterrizaje y formularios web
  • Survey Builder
  • Audio Content
  • Búsqueda de texto completo
  • Contenido en vídeo
  • Control de versiones
  • E-forms
  • Editor de imágenes
  • Gestión de SEO
  • Gestión de sitio web
  • Indexación de documentos
  • Modelos personalizables
  • Text Editor

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Las reseñas más útiles de WordPress

Versatile to the MAX

Traducir con Google Revisado el 15/12/2018
Senior Game Designer, Instructional Designer
Bellas artes, Trabajador autónomo
Ha utilizado el software durante: Más de dos años
Fuente de la reseña 
Fuente: asdf
5/5
En general
4 / 5
Facilidad de uso
4 / 5
Características y funcionalidad
5 / 5
Asistencia técnica
3 / 5
Relación calidad-precio
Probabilidad de recomendación:
Muy baja Muy alta

Comentarios: I've been with WP since the very beginning! A few self-hosted sites but mostly just the .com version. So I remember a few features or procedures that they've phased out. Not happy about losing those. Overall, it's a very solid site with better-than-anything customer care. Lots of possibilities and lots of support. If you aren't too finicky about the specifics of an idea and want something that "just works," WP is great. If you have a specific idea or feature in mind--for example, I got obsessed with the "adding unlimited blogs" feature in another website-builder--then yes there are work-arounds, but NO they won't be exactly the same as the one you're (ok, I'M!) obsessed with.

Puntos a favor: Whether you get 1) the "regular" wordpress, aka wordpress.com, aka the one that's not too different from the other website solutions out there, or 2) wordpress .org, aka the "self-hosted" and "you'd better know what you're doing, or have someone on your team who does" version, WORDPRESS is AWESOME. The possibilities are limitless, almost--as long as you or SOMEONE in your reach does, in fact, know what s/he's doing. So I like that bit. I also like the fact that there are so many out-of-the-gate options (themes, features, add-ins) at the ready. The free plan is very generous, and the pricier options give you, erm, lots of options.

Contras: Despite all the possibilities of theme and feature that I just crowed about, even wordpress.com (the not-self-hosted option) can be daunting to a beginning builder-of-a-website. For example, many of the themes by WP and by third parties look GREAT in the theme-chooser-thing, but have little-to-no documentation ("readily" available) for things that might seem standard or obvious to many, ie recommended banner dimensions for a theme. What I mean by this is that making MY page identical to the one shown in the theme-chooser (ie making mine a carbon copy of the example EXCEPT that it's my info and/or graphics, ie "trying to make mine look as good as the one in the store window") is really, REALLY difficult. There's a TON to figure out, and the themes offering the keys to their "secret sauce" are very few and far-between. This might seem trivial to some, but I'm a theme-addict. I've literally created businesses because I was in love with a business card idea, or an ad concept, or... a website theme. And while I've been able to make things work, it took way longer than I would have wanted it to. (That said, I'm a photographer, and one pixel off of my expectation is a soul-crushing experience, aka "most people aren't this persnickety about appearance."

Hey Look, Another WordPress Site

Traducir con Google Revisado el 5/12/2018
Michael B.
Coordinator of Network and Technology Services
Administración educativa, 201-500 empleados
Ha utilizado el software durante: Más de dos años
Fuente de la reseña 
Fuente: asdf
4/5
En general
5 / 5
Facilidad de uso
4 / 5
Características y funcionalidad
Asistencia técnica
5 / 5
Relación calidad-precio
Probabilidad de recomendación:
Muy baja Muy alta

Comentarios: WordPress is great for what it is. A content management system for posting. If you are still of the opinion that you need a website, and don't have a lot of skills to do so, WordPress can provide EVERYTHING you need, with the exceptions of what it can't do (and you'll likely hit those barriers, but be okay with it). If you are an advanced web developer, you'll find it intriguing, the simplicity. The difficulty in making a 100% custom theme will likely lead you to a commercial theme (template?), but then you'll settle for something that works, especially a few versions later. Maintaining updates isn't a big deal, but don't let your website go stagnant. Overall, I am happy with what WordPress brings to my table, having multiple sites running the software. It's not perfect, but I don't think there is anything closer.

Puntos a favor: Wordpress is an excellent, low barrier of entry platform (CMS) for the web. It's useful for beginners, and features that will be handy for advanced users.
"Web Skills" are not required for anyone, and it's an excellent publishing platform to allow a variety of users, with permissions, access to add content. It's reasonably fast, and has plugins galore. (Boy does it have plugins). There are piles and piles of themes out there, so you can get pretty close to whatever you want out of your WordPress site.
There is a nice app that works well for remote posting, but I do prefer my desktop.

Contras: WordPress is basically the #1 CMS in the world. That also means, it's the top targeted platform. Every exploit, web hijack script on earth is targeting your system. Have a strong password, have an SSL key, and keep it up to-date or you will get hacked. And even then, you might still get brute forced. Dynamic sites don't scale very well with a high number of users, or an extreme amount of content. Plugins are a blessing and a curse. You could setup some advanced things that then get "lost" when the plugin is no longer supported. Finding a "Great" theme that's exactly what you want is a challenge. Making your own layout is a beyond the scope of most users. Minor customization are doable (module / drag n drop).

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