Posts Tagged ‘wordpress guide’

How to set up your WordPress Menus

In this section you will learn how to create your navigation menus inside your WordPress website. You need to create navigation menus easy to understand so that your visitors will be able to know where to “click” to find the information they want. So take care of your menus and make them clear and easy to use. But let’s start with the basics: Read more »

WordPress Widget Area

WordPress widgets is a very useful WordPress feature! You can add many features to your WordPress website using the appropriate WordPress Widget. So let’s get into the idea. . . Read more »

WordPress plugin tutorial

Wordpress-tutorialsIn the previous part, you saw how to create a new post and a new page with WordPress. You probably asked yourself:

Where are the options to change the style or the size of the fonts? How can you insert a table in your post ? Where are the options that I have when I edit a text using MS Office Word ?

Since, these questions are very common, we decided to add in the 4th part of our WordPress guide the method that you will add these features to your WordPress website. Since you just started learning WordPress, you need to discover the power of WordPress that is the ability to install WordPress plugins !

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WordPress Step by Step guide

Free WordPress platformWe proudly present our new WordPress Guide !

The part 1 of our guide just published and is available here:

WordPress Tutorials

In the first part of our guide you will find detailed instructions on : Read more »

WordPress Tutorial Part 1 – WordPress Installation

WordPress Installation - Step by step

wordpress installationLet’s say you just bought your domain name from Godaddy and you just created your hosting account with Hostgator. ( More details about getting a domain name and creating a hosting account here: Website Creation )¬† Now, you need to set correctly your nameservers and install WordPress platform to your domain in order to start posting content to your website.

In this example, I will use the domain¬† “”

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