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Headless WordPress-built websites are designed to create, publish, and manage content seamlessly, using APIs. The connect the frontend with the backend. It also separates the user-facing side of the website from the complex, code-rich backend. Technically, the headless approach to web development enables a PHP backend to interact with a JavaScript-based frontend.

A traditional WordPress CMS platform connects the backend with the frontend of the website, called the “head.” The frontend stores all the content and databases. The head is, therefore, responsible for demonstrating your site to visitors. The backend, whereas not just stores content but also provides a platform for design and customization of the website. The content is also created on the backend of a traditional CMS platform. The management of content and other functionalities also takes place in the backend.

The headless WordPress CMS, or decouple CMS, is fundamentally different from a traditional CMS in terms of architecture. The headless CMS architecture separates the frontend from the backend, splitting the site into two virtually independent systems. While one system creates, stores, and manages content the other presents the data to end-users on UIs like a website, mobile app, or an IoT device. Developers use a RESTful API to connect the backend with the front of a headless WordPress website.

Key Benefits of Using Headless WordPress CMS

From the better presentation of content to multichannel publishing, the headless CMS architecture offers wide-ranging benefits. Here’s a list of the most striking ones.

Personalize frontend presentation layers

The headless CMS approach enables you to select from a range of JavaScript frameworks, such as ReactJS, AngularJS, and VueJS, among many others. The designers can use these frameworks to create a customized theme.

Less strain on the website

The headless CMS stores content in a cloud environment rather than a server. This reduces the bandwidth used by content on your website. This helps you enhance user experience.

Multichannel content publishing

You can now publish the same content on different platforms, using different designs. The platform could be a website, a mobile app, or a smartwatch, users will have the same seamless and immersive experience.

Third-party integration capabilities

A headless content management system allows you to use third-party systems to write and read content for the website. This makes the development process less disruptive and more flexible in terms of design.

WordPress CMS Development Services from OrangeMantra

Custom Headless CMS Development

WordPress CMS Integration & Configuration

WordPress Theme Development

PSD to WordPress Conversion

Website Migration to WordPress

WordPress Site Maintenance & Support

Our Headless WordPress CMS Portfolio

Our WordPress development team has worked for a diverse clientele spread across the world. Be it early-stage start-ups, medium-sized enterprises, and Fortune 500 companies, we’ve built solutions for all kinds of businesses.

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Frequently Asked Questions

A headless content management system (CMS) allows you to create and manage content seamlessly across platforms. With a headless CMS, you can re-use digital content from a single repository and publish it to the web, mobile apps, and devices like a smartwatch. It makes content accessible via a RESTful API that connects the backend with the frontend.
The costs of building a headless WordPress website vary widely, depending on your needs. If you need a simple online store with basic features and storefront, costs are comparatively lower. OrangeMantra develops flawless headless WordPress websites at a competitive price.
There’s no predefined time for developing a headless WordPress website. It varies widely depending on the features of the website and its design. The best way to know an estimated time is to consult development experts.