kodeJ actually receives its power from the WordPress open source content management system and blogging platform. Since I work with WordPress almost daily, and since I am using WordPress for the kodeJ project, I figured that it is imperative that I immediately create a WordPress category. I’ve also added two WordPress Post Tags “WordPress Themes” and “WordPress Plugins” to track and document all of the WordPress addons that I use on both a regular and reoccurring basis.

I started working with WordPress in 2008 and quickly fell in love with it. By 2010 the majority of my projects utilized WordPress. Over the last decade, I’ve seen WordPress progress and dominate the Internet space. As of spring 2019, there were over 60 million WordPress websites live on the Internet, and WordPress accounted for over 33% of the top 10 million sites.

What is WordPress?
WordPress stands as a cornerstone of modern web development, empowering individuals and businesses to create dynamic and engaging websites with unparalleled ease. As an open-source content management system (CMS), WordPress offers a user-friendly platform that enables users to publish, organize, and manage content without intricate coding knowledge. With its vast library of themes, plugins, and customization options, WordPress is a versatile tool that has democratized online presence, making it accessible to both beginners and seasoned developers alike.