Wordpress hyphenates my text. It tries to fit it into its idea of what a column should look like, and to do that, it breaks words, hyphenates them
You see this mostly in newspapers, because they have narrow columns. But that's not a good reason on web sites. And Wordpress does it badly. Look at this screenshot.
The alternative is dynamic. You have a database (usually an SQL
system, often “mysql” or, these days, “MariaDB”). Each time the user
accesses a page, that runs a php program which queries the sql database,
and the result of that query is sent to the user’s browser.
The advantage of dynamic is that it’s dynamic. Which means that if a
page includes comments, for example, then the page will change as each
comment is made, and the system shows the latest update each time the
page is viewed. The big disadvantage of the dynamic system, is that a
lot of computation has to be done every time any user accesses the
system. This can be a big load on the server, and as a result, it can be