WordPress was an interesting experience. In the past I’d dealt with simple site builders like Weebly and Wix, but WordPress was completely different.
The great thing about WordPress is that it allows for a significant amount of flexibility. I was able to learn a great deal about posts, plugins, pages, extensions, and more. The terrible thing was that it required a great deal of time and effort, and made me do a lot of tuning. The site was kind of slow, and crashed often, which made it frustrating at times. Having to go back and forth to customizing the appearance and posts/pages was a bit of a hassle, and I wish I could just be able to edit the text in customizing appearance. There is so. Much. Stuff. Which is both, as mentioned, a pro and a con in itself. All in all, I’ve grown a love-hate relationship with WordPress.