This article will help you to decide to choose the best source for your WordPress themes. Of course you can use the WordPress default theme, but your website has to fit you isn’t it? Besides the default theme, you can create your own theme, download free themes, buy themes or let someone develop a personalized theme. Budget is also relevant here.
This article will explain what you have to do to start WordPress Hosting. It does not matter if you know WordPress already or you are really new to it. And I promise you: every person is able to be the proud owner of a WordPress website!
Security in WordPress is taken very seriously, but as with any other system there are potential security issues that may arise if some basic security precautions aren’t taken. This article will go through some common forms of vulnerabilities, and the things you can do to help keep your WordPress installation secure.
There are lots of backup solutions for WordPress, which is good. WordPress Backups are important and assure you that you won’t loose your valuable content. But what surprises me is that almost no one is talking about restores. A WordPress restore is the real goal for the WordPress backup. You won’t be the first that will find out that not all data is backupped after you had to recover a WordPress backup. That’s why I am writing this article.
1. Introduction, 2. Installing WordPress For Beginners, 3. Changing Your Sites Appearance, 4. Adding a Single Page, 5. Create a Blog Page For Posts, 6. Add a Image Gallery
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WordPress is hugely popular and powerful but can be overwhelming to learn. That’s where they come in. Having someone showing you step-by-step will help you learn WordPress in no time – even if you have zero experience.
Joost de Valk, founder of Yoast.com, is a well-known specialist in the fields of SEO (Search Engine Optimization) and WordPress & web development, and often speaks on those topics. He has spoken at conferences like Search Engine Strategies, Search Marketing Expo, SASCon, A4UExpo and WordCamps in various countries.
Alex Denning founded WPShout back in 2009, back when he was 16. The site was originally called Nometech.com, but soon after launch it rebranded to WPShout.com, where it’s remained since.
He started out blogging in 2008, writing for sites like WPHacks and CatsWhoCode, sites which allowed him to push WPShout over 1000 subscribers in its first year. His work with WPShout has allowed him to work with some of the most prestigious names on the web, including an article for Smashing Magazine.