I have a long story about a company I did a consult with. After listening to what they wanted I suggested a ready to deploy e-commerce solution. I won’t write what it was but let’s say it’s one you can get your site up and selling products in a day.
Another consultant said “No, you need a full custom website.”
3 years later and over $200,000 later their site was still not up and running.
At that point they fired that consultant and used the ready to deploy e-commerce solution.
The choice between WordPress and a custom website depends on your specific needs. WordPress is great for ease of use and quick setups, while custom websites offer complete design and functionality flexibility. Choose WordPress for simplicity, but go custom if you require unique features, scalability, and a distinct online presence.
if you don’t have the budget problem then go for custom CSS. Otherwise, WordPress is a better option. in my opinion, CSS is a waste of money. You can learn and design every kind of website and modify it easily by yourself on WordPress. Otherwise, you have to depend on developers for small changes and they will charge you huge amounts for tiny changes.
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