If you don’t know how to install WordPress, here’s a free beginners guide.
WordPress is one of the best content management systems available on the Web.
That’s because you only have to learn how WordPress works and that doesn’t require any technical skills.
Anyone can do this in a couple of hours and thus have a great website.
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WordPress is so popular because it is:
- easy to use, whether you’re an Internet beginner or advanced website builder,
- search engine friendly, therefore search engines love WordPress content and index that content fast,
- open source, so WordPress is used by thousands and thousands of developers who add extra features every day,
- therefore highly flexible, there’s always a solution to every desire you may have for your blog.
It’s a breeze to install WordPress and therefore used by many, but still thousands of people don’t know how to do just that. I want to change that, hence this free beginners guide!
In it, you’ll discover:
- How to Install WordPress
- Configuring Your WordPress Blog
- Titles and Descriptions
- Making Permalinks Pretty
- Reading Settings
- WordPress Plugins
- How to Install Contact Forms
- Adding A WordPress Theme
- How to FTP
- Uploading Your Theme
- Configuring widgets
- Configuring Categories
- Posting Content
- Hyper link
- Link Management
The guide also shows you how to get a domain name, pointing that to your host and how to host your website, so beginners find everything to start a great site.
So right-click the link below and select ‘Save Link As’ (Firefox) or ‘Save Target As’ (IExplorer) to download
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