There is a large number of tasks you can use WordPress for besides blogging – so do keep in mind the fact that WordPress IS NOT just a blogging tool – its far more than that.
There is so much material to help WordPress Users out there – from beginners to intermediate to advanced, right through to the A1 Expert. And it’s not all on the Web either (although it may be promoted or advertised there).
Cross-Browser compatibility if often the thorn in many blog and web site designer’s sides. We would go so far as to claim that the ability to take your design and code it to look the way you want (in all browsers at all times) is just about totally impossible. You can though get very very close – take it step by step with your first step being to utilise the services of either “Browsershots.org” or “BrowserCam.com” – both are browser compatibility testing tools.
Many WordPress designers and consultants put themselves up for hire so it would be wise for you to first ask any prospective designers (consultants and developers) for your site to provide testimonials or some type of references. Don’t be shy about doing so as a professional will be expecting this and certainly shouldn’t object – if they do – look elsewhere.
This is a question that a lot of people starting out with WordPress ask themselves – for some the answer would definitely be YES while for others the answer would be an even more definite NO.