I've used Wordpress quite a bit, and it gets it done if you know how to deal with its quirks. I'm currently using Webflow and I'm mostly pretty happy with it. The CMS/blogging features leave something to be desired. For an eCommerce website, I agree with others who have posted that Shopify should be your default choice.
@evgenia_pereverzeva Of course! Trying to navigate Wordpress's backend to build a business website that wasn't blog-centric became to cumbersome. I figured, if I have to seek out, pay for, and learn a bunch of plugins or add-ons just to make Wordpress do what I want, I should just evaluate other options. I have a background in enterprise WCMS implementations, specifically Adobe Experience Manager, so that's my default lens. When I evaluated Webflow, I liked how well the WYSIWYG features worked, and it didn't lock me in to a "blog" paradigm like Wordpress kind of does.
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