WordPress Plugins: Comments Section

Every site needs a comments section. Well, let me say that differently. Any site where there is new content created on a somewhat normal basis should have a comment section. If your website is basically a sales pitch, a simple website with about 6 pages (Home page, About us, product/service page, contact us, FAQ,  Subscribe…

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WordPress Plugins: Contact Form 7

The next plugin you should install is Contact Form 7. Whatever business you have you want people to be able to contact you whether they have a questions or they want to use your services. After the plugin is installed and activated there will be a “Contact” tab on your sidebar. Let’s create a new form from scratch together.…

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WordPress Plugins: WP Super Cache

The next plugin that you should download is WP Super Cache. If you read my recent post about choosing the right theme you know that website speed is important. Why is website speed important? The most important reason for anything on your website should always be the user. Is the user having the best experience…

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Learn about WordPress: Themes

Let’s talk about WordPress Themes. Making a decision for the theme for your site is crucial. Most people, when choosing a theme, just look for the one that looks the best. This is a huge mistake, because the theme contains a lot more code besides appearance, and it influences a lot on the website that is important…

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Learn about WordPress: How to Login to WordPress

To log into WordPress type your website URL followed by “/wp-admin” After you are logged in you are brought to the WordPress Dashboard. (Most likely, the dashboard is basically useless to you.) On the top you will see a ribbon with helpful dropdown menus (which will be different depending on your theme and plugins), with…

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Learn about your cPanel: File Manager

The last thing we will talk about in the cPanel is the File Manager. It is basically windows explorer for your website. To get there go to “Files” and click “File Manager.” Then when the pop up comes up click “Go.” Most of the files you see when you get into the File Manager are WordPress…

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Learn about your cPanel: How to make a CNAME

  When connecting your site with 3rd party services you will most likely need to set up a CNAME. There are several types of services that will require setting this up. Many sites that allow for tracking pixels will require you to set this up. Another type of service that will require this are sites…

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