Okay, today we have a comparison between the two leading web designing solutions Wix and WordPress. The comparison is based on the flexibility and options they provide when it comes to developing the website. WordPress vs Wix: The Different Modes Of Website Development.


There is often confusion that why is there a comparison if both are leading solutions. The comparison is made for users with different preferences including easy to use, security and appearance as the lead cause. Each business has a different priority. 

Let’s Start With Wix

Wix as a cloud-based solution offers you templates, domain name, hosting, event booking tool, CMS as well as e-commerce functionality. For modifications, you can purchase subscriptions of different monetary values.

So, there are two modes you can use on Wix. First is the Wix Editor through which you manually select a template, create a structure and add content you like.

The second mode Wix ADI translating into artificial design intelligence. So as the name suggests it creates a customizable website with text, images and videos automatically. This automatic process is achieved by asking you questions about what you want to achieve from a website and additionally use public information about you and the business. 

For certain users, it is not necessarily satisfactory as the taste differs. Both of these modes are designed for people who have absolutely no coding skills and technical background.

Wix also provides modes for people with coding skills to further enhance their website but it certainly takes less time. The first mode is Velo by Wix which provides access to the platform’s API and lets the user create dynamic pages with database collections. 

Additionally, the brand new mode Editor X is designed for the agencies and developers to create responsive websites. a feature that was certainly missing in the regular version of Wix.

But be aware that most of Wix website versions are not as mobile-friendly as you would like for a business website. 

Next up is WordPress

Started as a blogging service, today word press is leading as a website developing and content management tool. The fully-fledged website builder offers two versions of website building and management.


Hosted WordPress is a software as a service (SaaS) where your website is hosted on the WordPress servers. The website also allows you to include third party themes or plugins to maximize visual appearance. 

Self-hosted WordPress is another version designed for those who want to install their web server but you can download the website building and management software easily and free from WordPress.org. Self-hosted websites give you an enormous platform for customization 

WordPress has additionally added a more modified mode called Gutenberg features with a drag and drop tool you can use to layout pages and post/ management content. The version does require a bit more effort than the automatic modes however, the flexibility and responsiveness are un-matchable.

WordPress has it’s own directory from where you can download free and reliable plug-ins and make edits on the back end. Most experienced website development consultants praise the flexibility provided by WordPress when it comes to a responsive website. 

Other things you can compare between the developing modes are: 

  • The availability of the templates and changing them
  • The paid set of features 
  • Easier to manage and modify 
  • The better options for the e-commerce business


So, What’s the verdict ? 


Choosing any one of these two website development tools depends on the budget you have decided, and if you have any technical practical experience or help available. Wix is primarily designed for the people with a limited budget and who can suffice with limited features and modifications. Using Wix the need for technical help is almost null. Whereas, if your budget is a bit flexible plus you need proper responsive website with several modifications and features then WordPress would be the hit for you.