The WordPress publishing platform has become very powerful tool for creating virtually any type of website. It has enabled anyone with a little time and savviness to obtain hosting, install the platform, choose from the thousands of themes available today and then configure and launch a website with endless content and features in the form of theme options, plugins and widgets. Awesome, right? I wholeheartedly disagree, and here’s why. Creating a beautiful, effective and efficient website is an art — a delicate mix of structure, design and content. You might think you know what’s best for your own website, but unless you have the talent and know-how to create the “delicate mix” of these things, you probably don’t and you shouldn’t assume that you do. WordPress (including frameworks, themes and plugins) allows anyone to make and act on that assumption very easily which is a problem in my opinion and potentially injustice to an art form.