WordCamp marks 15 years of WordPress

The platform is now the engine behind 30 per cent of the world’s websites, powering major media and ecommerce sites, as well as small blogs

3rd June, 2018
Michele Neylon

WordPress turned 15 years old at the end of May and the platform is now the engine behind 30 per cent of the world’s websites, powering major media and ecommerce sites, as well as small blogs — the personal projects that inspired its creation.

WordCamp Belfast was held to mark the occasion with sessions for users of all levels.

Blacknight backed the event and its chief executive, Michele Neylon, used the time to reflect on...

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