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I guess I finally get why people detest WordPress.

Let me tell you about this WordPress issue, Chile. To begin with, people everywhere are demonizing WordPress as if it were a disease or something. They must be getting very agitated since it's not as simple as it looks. You know, people mistakenly believe that they can simply apply a theme and call it a day, but the process involves much more. WordPress is comparable to a large puzzle that is missing half of its components.

Now, I'm not saying WordPress doesn't have advantages. To begin with, it is free and offers an enormous selection of themes and plugins. But, man, it can be really frustrating to attempt to get those plugins to function properly. Occasionally, they either misbehave with one another or disrupt the entire website. And let's not even talk about the upgrades. It seems like there's a new update that breaks something else every time I turn around.

Let's also discuss security. Despite its popularity, WordPress is not always safe. Hackers are always on the lookout for vulnerabilities to exploit, thus they are always present. Furthermore, WordPress isn't exactly renowned for its impenetrable security. Always be alert and make sure that the most recent security measures are in place.

However, the thing that annoys me the most about WordPress is how customizable it is. Although there are many themes and plugins available, trying to get your website to appear exactly how you want it may be really difficult. You have to fiddle about with all those PHP and CSS files, and most of the time you wind up breaking the entire damn website.

And good luck trying to make your site load quickly even if you do manage to have it looking just right. WordPress websites may be extremely slow, particularly if you have a lot of complex plugins and themes installed. We are all aware of how much people detest having to wait for a slow-loading website.

However, you know what truly shines? These damn upgrades. It seems like there's a fresh update waiting for me each time I access my WordPress dashboard. Furthermore, the changes break something else on my site half the time. I assure you, it's an endless cycle of headaches and updates.

Well, I can see why some people detest WordPress now. Simply said, it is overly complex for its own benefit. Yes, there are benefits, but for some people the problems and disappointments are not worth it. And me? For the time being, I think I'll stick with WordPress. However, damned if that doesn't try my patience every day.

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