These easy-to-follow WordPress tutorials will help you better understand how your WordPress website works. The more you know about WordPress, the better you can manage your site. Looking for help? See our WordPress Web Design services.
So you’ve been put in charge of a WordPress (self-hosted) website. You can log in as an administrator, create pages and install plugins with ease. Now you’re ready to go deeper and look under the hood. Now’s the perfect time to peek at WordPress Files, Folders and Templates. You’ll be glad you did when you experience your first WordPress glitch, problem or perceived catastrophe.
Do you need to know HTML and CSS to use WordPress? No. But the more you know, the better off you’ll be at managing your WordPress website (self-hosted version). We won’t dig too deep, just enough to get a little dirty.
This mobile-friendly infographic includes a summary of the beginner tutorial: WordPress 101 for Small Business Owners. It was designed for small business owners to help them get comfortable with WordPress.
This beginner WordPress tutorial will help you decide if a WordPress website is right for you. WordPress is a popular CMS that you can use to create any kind of website, including small business websites. WordPress does require some effort, though. You need to learn how to use it, update it and keep it secure. Let’s take a look at the 5 Key Components: the Database, Core files, Content files, Themes and Plugins.
Sure. There are many great reasons to blog. But there are hazardous conditions that may squelch your good intentions. Blogging is not for every small business. Before you jump in, here are some important things to consider.
In PART 2, we’ll look at some stumbling blocks that could trip you up, if you reach the writing phase of adding a small business blog to your website.
In this infographic, we’ve included caution signs, hurdles and stumbling blocks that may get in your way as you consider starting a small business blog.