Yes… It’s Open Source, meaning it’s free to use. However, it must be hosted on the internet for anyone to see your website. WordPress comes in two formats, wordpress.org and wordpress.com. The version available at wordpress.org is a free Open Source version that you can install on your server and use as required. The wordpress.com version comes as a paid version, and you’re paying for the site’s hosting service.
The issue is, what if you require more flexibility than WordPress.com provides? We hope you understand the suggestion we are making here — it’s like those limited solutions like Wix, Squarespace, etc.
We have a variety of premium and available design options, templates, semi-custom and fully customizable designs, and complete native front-end design services in-house at WPXStudios. So we can boost the muscle of your site’s flexibility through quality, functions, audience appeal, and unique wireframes that genuinely tell your brand story.