Tl;Dr: Please add the following tag warning to wordpress:
Questions about WordPress (WP or wordpress.org), the open-source content management system, are off-topic in Web Applications SE. Check out WordPress Development SE instead. If you are unsure about where to ask a question, you can ask for a site recommendation on Meta Stack Exchange.
wordpress is a tag from the early days of Web Applications. This tag it's a magnet of off-topic / neglected questions but also is a tag from incomming migrated questions from sites like Super User. Unfortunately most of the questions with this tag have being deleted.
The tag warning will help to those users that pay attention to the guidance from Ask question form. Users blatantly ignoring the form help, tag excerpt and tag warning will still facing that the questions might be eventually deleted by the Community user due to inactivey while the community participation doens't improve.
In Web Applications SE there are 77 % (391 / 511 ) deleted questions with
Percentage of deleted questions tagged
[wordpress] in Web Applications SE.
All the questions from 2021 were deleted.
All the questions from 2022 so far are in danger of being automatically deleted by Community user (aka Roomba).
- What should we do with WordPress questions and how tag them?
- Could we have question warnings on Web Applications?
Questions about using web browsers to create and manage blogs and sites using web apps like WordPress, Wix, Blogger, Google Sites, Google Apps Script, and GitHub Pages might be on-topic if these questions aren't about installing software, handling advanced topics like Internet protocols, certificates, domain name servers (DNS records) because those tasks are done through another type of apps, not application apps. They are better suited for different types of people, not by end-users. They could be better handled in DevOps, Server Fault, Sharepoint SE, Webmasters, Worpress Development, and possibly others.