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Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by Sarseo, Dec 7, 2015.

  1. Sarseo

    Sarseo Regular Member

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    HTML5 or Wordpress ? Hi , what do u recommend to better ranking HTML5 site or Wordpress ,
    i have Wordpress site : ( www. autoankauf-abl dot de) can u take a look at it if it is good for the ranking or need some technic semantic seo ?
    i want to put every day content 1


     
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    Html or wordpress does not effect ranking almost at all

    If you want to upload content every day or very ofter then wordpress, it's much easier
     
  3. b1acky

    b1acky Newbie

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    Hello, actually you should read what html5 and wordpress are first. Html is a structure markup language which is used on websites, and wordpress is a content management system. Most wordpress themes already use html5 and you dont have to do literally anything (especially if you have no idea what you are doing). So you should verify if your theme is responsive and uses html5 and then eventually swap to another theme.
     
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    bartosimpsonio Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    HTML5 and Wordpress are completely different things. In fact you can use HTML5 in Wordpress.
     
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    This ^

    A better question to have asked would be "Static HTML site or Wordpress CMS".
     
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    Plain HTML is the fastest, however it might not fulfill your needs.
     
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    op means he can use to built a webpage.... so my opinion on this

    if you built a lot of posts use WP. if it is more a static page with not to much new posts go for html 5 bootstrap. it is cleaner, you can optimize it for fast loading and you see exactly what you are doing.

    on wp you have to thrust more the system and the plugins you install.

    i prefer html 5 pages.
     
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    A website build from scratch is always the best, but also very expensive / time consuming.
    For me it's usually not worth it to hire a webdeveloper / code the whole website myself just to make it a little faster and a little better seo optimized.
    Especially if you keep in mind that a non-cms website is terrible to take care of. And coding an own cms takes ages.
     
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    I love how SEO people all use wordpress 99% of the time and act like Google won't notice. If I were Google I'd default to a higher level of suspicion on a wordpress site, no questions asked.
     
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    if you mean static html5 then it would be faster depending and page speed is important
     
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    For static site, choose html5, It's don't need database.
    For site update often, choose any CMS.
     
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    Not true nescesarily - I can code. If you're adept at programming you'll find that most frameworks/CMSs are more limiting than you'd generally like. They provide great WYSIWYG interfaces, but when I'm building something I want to See What I Get In My Head :p

    There's the added benefit of close to 0 security risk, since the probes are scanning for Wordpress/CMS/Software footprints 99.9% of the time.

    But if you can't code, Wordpress is the bee's knees :)
     
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    This is completely false. Quote:

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    http://w3techs.com/technologies/details/cm-wordpress/all/all

    The only way you can get a smaller footprint than using Wordpress is if you built the CMS yourself. If anything, Wordpress is the only CMS you can use in bulk without being worried that it might have a negative effect.
     
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    I'd go with wordpress
     
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    I completely recommend the wordpress if you dont have time and idea about your theme styles. But you can move with HTM5 sure to make styles as you wish.
     
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    Too much hassle and work in building and maintaining a html site, unless you don't plan on updating it regularly - if it's just a showcase, business type site go for it, if not go for Wordpress :)
     
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    If you don't know the difference between a mark up language and a CMS I think you should stop worrying about which will rank better and start worrying about how you are going to build websites at all with so little knowledge.
     
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    There is no such thing as semantic SEO. The structure of ur code will not affect your rankings (minus iframes and flash). The only thing u need to know is that a static site is faster than one with a CMS installed.
     
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    HTML5 over Wordpress for me, but not if you're changing a lot and frequently, like posting updates.