WordPress themes give you the look and feel of your website.
Allowing comments on your WordPress site is a great way to engage users. Before you do you will want to know how to moderate and manage comments.
The WordPress Media Uploader is the tool of choice for adding images to WordPress. But there are a few tricks to know to make your experience better.
Pages in WordPress are great for creating static content like About pages.
WordPress began its life as a blogging platform. That means the terminology it started with is rooted in the blogosphere. As WordPress has developed and grown into a CMS, a lot of that early terminology has hung on. Which mean some of that terminology can get very confusing.
The Dashboard is the new users introduction to WordPress.
What you need to know about WordPress hosting.
WordPress began it’s life as a blogging platform, but has since morphed into fully-fledged Content Management System (CMS from here on out). What exactly is a CMS, you ask? A content management system is an application (WordPress core software) or set of programs (think plugins) that work together to allow a user to create and…Read More…
Get to know the WordPress Community through the classic lunchroom metaphor.
The goal behind these posts is two-fold. I’m hoping to give people an introduction to what they get with a brand-spanking-new WordPress website, and improve my own skills at explaining the inner-workings of WordPress. So join me and let’s learn WordPress together.