Hello and welcome to the post series WordPress 101 - Beginners Guide To WordPress. If you are just starting out with WordPress and don’t know where to start, then you are at the write place.
I have written this post series specifically for helping beginners starting out with WordPress. If you read it through till the end then by the end of the series you’ll have a good knowledge on what WordPress is and how you can make it work for you.
I use WordPress for all my blogs and websites and I’m not shifting to any other content publishing software any soon. I absolutely love the features and functionality that WordPress provides and the ease of building a brand new, wonderful looking website in just a couple of hours.
So lets start and get a little familiar with WordPress.
Here is the list of posts under WordPress 101 series:
Hey! Welcome, this is the first post of the post series WordPress 101 – Beginners Guide To WordPress. In the coming days I’ll be writing on basics of WordPress for those who are just starting out with WordPress. Stay in touch. At the end of the series ...
So now you know what WordPress is(if not click here) and want to have your own WordPress blog. If you want to setup your own blog using WordPress then this post will walk you through the process. By the end of this post you would have successfully installed WordPress on your web host and will be proud of yourself that you gave birth to brand new blog.
Having done installing WordPress and adjusting basic setting of your site, an important task is waiting for you. It is the easiest task you’ll ever do -- publishing your very first post. In this article you’re going to learn how to do that.
Understanding the anatomy of WordPress or the features there are in it helps you make full use of the platform and to increase the performance of your site. Lets just not waste any time and jump directly into the core. The long lists of buttons on the left hand side of your admin area are called menus. They are where you should go every time you’re looking to make changes, adjust settings or make virtually everything on your site. They are like the brain to your website and we have described each menu as follows.
Done setting up your WordPress site and knowing the other basic stuff? It’s time to get it running. Get started doing some customization and adjusting the basic settings that are necessary for a brand new WordPress installation. In this post I will show you how to go about it.
If you somehow stumbled upon to this post it is a part of post series WordPress 101 – Beginners Guide To WordPress. So you have a WordPress site that doesn't look that as good as the other blogs you have been following lately. And you want it to look l...
There are two methods by which you can install a plugin. The first one is done automatically and the other is done manually. In case there is need to use both methods alternatively, I have covered both methods in the following post. Installing Plugins Automatically. To install a plugin automatically, go to "Plugins" menu on the left hand side and click on "add new" from the drop down menus.
Hey guys, welcome to the final post of the post series - WordPress 101 – Beginners Guide To WordPress. Now that you know what WordPress is and have successfully installed a fully functional WordPress blog, lets get a step further. I hope you had a good...
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