Search engine optimisation (SEO) is a whole world outside of web design. There is an unbelievable amount of information out there to help you improve search engine traffic to your website that would be impossible to cover in one blog post. SEO is an ongoing process that requires regular tweaking and keeping up to date…
Securing your website starts with using a secure username and password. Believe it or not a lot of people still use easily guessable usernames and passwords including their company name or something equally as insecure.
You have your shiny new WordPress website up and running, you’ve setup a cool theme and you’ve got some content in there. It looks like an actual living, breathing website! Now is the time to put a plan in place to protect your investment.
In this post I’m going to talk about plugins and and adding functionality to WordPress. The great thing about WordPress is it’s open source so there’s an entire community dedicated to developing functionality using plugins that can in most cases be added to your website easily.
Installing and configuring WordPress This is where the fun really starts! When you hear the words ‘installing’ and ‘configuring’ I wouldn’t be surprised if your eyes glazed over, but once you know how to do this stuff you will want to know more. Trust me!
Now’s the part where I will explain the boring stuff like domain name registration and website hosting.