Websites are one of the great promises in modern computing world. It is easier to create and read than the old-fashioned printing, especially for readers who want to get new information on the go. Once users reach the right website, they will get the information they need. Things are meant to be easy for both users and website owners when they are using WordPress.
Without this platform, publishing content can be a more difficult process. Publishing and editing content were typically complicated tasks. However, we should consider whether we could really trust our content management system. We should make sure that our CMS platform could really do things that it’s intended to do.
In all honesty, we are sometimes not too competent when using CMS. Formatting glitches and sloppy editing on our part could make content looks less desirable. As an example, our content may have chaotic layout with blocks of disorganized indented quotation. When dealing with content management systems, we shouldn’t use a paltry excuse, like carpenters who are blaming their tools.
It is important that we continuously check the latest results of our works. It means that content should be edited properly using proper sizes, typography and others. Our content should operate really well as a platform of communication.
It is also important to know that text may not be displayed in the same way, depending on the computing device that’s used by users. Each time a page is loaded, we need to make sure that it is displayed properly. The WordPress server tells the local web browser should display the website. The PHP and MySQL systems that reside in the server send dynamic HTML codes that can be interpreted or rendered by web browsers.
However, because there are many web browsers and computing devices, our websites can be displayed in a different way. In this case, we shouldn’t use a content formatting that’s unnecessarily complex, which will be misinterpreted by the browser. This is an important thing, if we want to make sure that people could experience our website in a proper way.
Things are certainly much easier if we write directly inside the text editor of the CMS. All the codes that are generated by the WYSIWYG editor would appear perfectly on the actual website. However, many of us need to transfer content from external word processor software, with their own formatting structure. This could pose a significant problem. The richly coded text may not be compatible with our CMS. This could happen in a different way.
As an example, a Microsoft Word document could be pasted into the Gmail WYSIWYG text editor and received by another person using the Outlook email client software. Then, it’s pasted to the CMS editor for immediate publishing. Depending on the type of CMS, we could find different kinds of formatting issues.
The extra code in text can cause annoying problems, so it is important that we are able to make sure that things can be displayed properly through content management systems.