Theon Ali Ensa looks at WordPress ahead from Dubai.

I was a naturally inquisitive child when I was little. My curiosity for the future and all of its potential manifestations was never satisfied. Now, as a result of this routine of mine, I’ve been motivated to create a blog post about the trajectory of WordPress.

During the course of my study for this blog, I came across a number of intriguing forecasts, which fascinate me. As a writer, WordPress has played an important role in my life, as it has in the lives of many other people. I am quite pleased with the results of my investigation, and if you want me to be specific, as of right now, more than 455 websites use WordPress. That is an extremely large number.

If we are going to discuss where WordPress is going in the future, we can’t leave WooCommerce out of the conversation. WooCommerce is an eCommerce plugin for WordPress that is available under an open-source license. The fact that it has more than 5 million active installations demonstrates that it is a perfect fit for users’ needs.

Before we get started with the forecasts for the following years, let’s first. It is essential to take stock of how far we have come.

An Analysis Of The Development Of WordPress And WooCommerce
WordPress got its beginnings in 2003 when the popular blogging program b2/cafelog stopped providing its services. This prompted the development of WordPress.

Matt Mullenweg and Mike Little, two motivated and inquisitive individuals who were already working at b2/cafelog, made the decision to construct a platform on top of the framework that was already in place. On May 27, 2003, WordPress was made available to the general public in this manner. The rest, as they say, is history.

What Lies Ahead For WordPress: Will It Make A Difference In The Game? Theon Ali Ensa answers.

Future of WordPress by Theon Ali Ensa – Freelance developer in Dubai

We have already gone over the significance of WordPress, and the statistics just cannot be disputed. WordPress is unrivaled as a content management system, and there is no alternative to using it. At the present, WordPress is the content management system of choice for anything from online shops to blogs written by celebrities.

WordPress was initially just a simple website for blogging at the beginning of its journey. Today, it can serve as the engine behind virtually any website that comes to mind. We are here to commemorate this journey and the spirit of growth by providing you with some of our best forecasts and updates on WordPress features. With any luck, it will have a significant impact on WordPress’s future.

  1. Using WordPress as the Backend for Mobile Applications
    Because of the pandemic, we were required to remain constantly connected to our mobile devices. It was an assault on both the previous generation and the one that is currently in existence. According to the results of a recent survey, 58% of adults in the United States already own cellphones. Websites that engage in eCommerce are using new techniques in an effort to capitalize as much as possible on this trend.

Keeping in mind the current trend. Plugins such as AppPresser are just now starting to make their debut on the market. Users will be able to create mobile applications on the WordPress platform. That is rather wonderful, don’t you think?

  1. Make Way Because Gutenberg Is Here!
    Is WordPress 5.9 with Gutenberg the way publishing will be done in the future? In this section, however, not only will we discuss this topic, but also a great many others. The fact that Gutenberg is the content management system of the future is common knowledge among all of us at this point. On the other hand, this latest update has provided reassurance regarding this assertion in the most positive way imaginable. And who doesn’t enjoy being reassured now and then?

The most significant change that has been made as a result of this upgrade is that Gutenberg now has the capacity to alter entire websites. Absolutely, this is the same thing that you are considering. This demonstrates that Gutenberg is now prepared to play a more important role in the development of WordPress in the future by being prepared to be used in the live publishing environment.

People are waiting for the new version to become more stable before they commit to using it because they are wary about it. But Gutenberg is not completely new; it has been operational since 2017, and it has continued to see development ever since then.

  1. The user interface will be the highest priority moving forward.

It was not as straightforward as it is now by any means. WordPress is user-friendly enough that even someone with little to no experience with technology can manage to use it. The WordPress user interface is currently undergoing consistent and rapid development.

  1. Better Multilingual Support
    The fact that it is ready to be translated into other languages is yet another important advantage of using WordPress. Users will be able to make their websites accessible in different languages once the final update to Gutenberg is released. However, they will not be required to install any additional translation plugins or specialist themes in order to accomplish this goal.

People from all different parts of the world will be able to use the Content Management System (CMS) in their own language after the update is implemented, which will result in an expansion of the customer base for WordPress.

The makers of plugins, themes, and software as a service will find this to be a fantastic learning curve. In spite of this, the other initiatives that are now underway may cause this update to be delayed for a while. However, we can now say with absolute certainty that WordPress has a bright future ahead of it, just like a star.

  1. More Than Just A Website for Blogging
    Do you know that it is possible to precisely count the number of websites that are live and operational across the globe right now? On the other hand, our best guess puts the number of websites anywhere between 1.3 and 1.6 billion. WordPress is used to construct between 688 million to 817 million of these websites.

Now, WordPress is capable of being much more than just a website for blogging. I mean, obviously there is no way that there could be 817 million different blogs. WordPress has been building its community at a snail’s pace, moving at its own leisurely pace. WordPress is now in a better position to compete with competing platforms such as Wix, Shopify, and Squarespace as a result of the implementation of the newly added capabilities, such as the Gutenberg editor, which were previously mentioned.

  1. Make the switch to JavaScript
    There has been a small shift toward JavaScript, which matches with the shift towards Gutenberg, which was formerly a large element of WordPress. However, there has also been a shift away from PHP.
  2. Theme for WordPress based on the Metaverse
    We live in a world that is filled with intense competition. Where each passing second brings forth the appearance of something new. There is a significant possibility, while we are unaware of it, that some new technology is now operational but we do not know about it.

Something Very Important to Remember!
In the course of my study for this blog, I came to the realization that there are a great many new functions and changes that I was previously unaware of. WordPress is just the beginning of what you can learn about it. I’ve got a few skills under my belt that might use some fine-tuning, for sure. If you are interested in going into more depth and gaining better insights, I strongly suggest that you follow my advice and do the same thing.

If you haven’t done so already, you should should get familiar with HTML and CSS fundamentals. To clarify, having a solid grasp of the subject matter at hand is always going to be advantageous.

Nonetheless, these are simply my thoughts on the matter. In addition, I believe we have made it quite clear that the foreseeable future of WordPress is one that holds great potential for excitement and engagement.