Django can be classified as a tool in the “Frameworks (Full Stack)” category, while WordPress is grouped under “Self-Hosted Blogging / CMS”.
Django comes with a multilingual service provided by means of a built-in internationalization system. While WordPress will translate all the content into the language preferred by the user.
WordPress use PHP language and Django use Python language.
There are a number of plug-ins for WordPress, which will be able to help you in the configuration according to the needs of the users. Django has built-in support for Ajax, RSS, cache, and several other factors, which makes it very lightweight.
WordPress innovates quickly and is web-focused, and Django-Python it’s stable and diverse, widely used in academia.
Django is written in 100% Python; therefore, you have to download Python to run Django. Once it is downloaded, you can install Django.
WordPress is a social log-in, which allows for an easy way to integrate the functionality for logging in to websites, social networks as well. That is the code manually in Django.
WordPress has SEO features. You can use it to set up an SEO plugin as well as the server speed plug-ins that will help you get out of the first rank in the search engines of Google.