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WordPress (1159 programs)

  1. PROS: Gives control over responsiveness, Doesn’t need coding skills, Supports two types of editors
    CONS: Can be overwhelming for beginners
  2. PROS: Many tools for creating viral content, Optional ad-free mode for web visitors
    CONS: Requires a subscription fee, Only suitable for media-heavy sites
  3. PROS: Many post creation and layout tools, Includes ready-made layouts, Drag & drop with Elementor
    CONS: No free version available
  4. PROS: Provides several free templates, Easy to set up and use, Helps with the registration process
    CONS: Can be slightly expensive
  5. PROS: Includes 9 predesigned form themes, Seamless integration with Gravity Forms, Customize form CSS without affecting global styling, Support RTL script writing systems
    CONS: Not a standalone program — requires the main Gravity Forms plugin
  6. PROS: Provides a range of features, Offers a responsive design, Compatible with multiple themes, Suitable for beginners
    CONS: Overrides the default search engine
  7. PROS: Comes in a lightweight installation package, Receives regular updates, Supports WooCommerce, Supports premium add-ons
    CONS: Occasional crashes and lags
  8. PROS: Comes with more than 140 designs, Runs faster than previous versions, Offers numerous customizations
    CONS: Doesn’t support some older plugins

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