In this article, we’ll introduce you to Under Construction Page, a free WordPress plugin that creates professionally designed under construction pages for you. Whether you’re gearing up to launch a new website, undergoing routine maintenance, or making some quick edits to your site, the Under Construction Page plugin is the perfect solution.
The Dashboard is the first thing you will see upon logging into your WordPress website. In this article, we are going explore the Dashboard. We’ll dive into the features of the dashboard, discuss widgets in general, introduce you to the screen options menu, and provide you with a brief overview of the five default WordPress widgets, namely the Welcome to WordPress, At a Glance, Activity, Quick Draft, and WordPress News widget.
In this article, we are going to quickly show you how to configure the viewing options for various screens in your WordPress Admin Area by using the Screen Options drop down menu.
This feature is beneficial since it allows you to control specific viewing options, such as what items are displayed in your columns, the number of columns, how many items are displayed (such as comments, posts, pages, etc.), enable or disable a plugin display options, and much more.
In this article, we’ll provide you with the step-by-step process of manually installing WordPress.
This will set you up in preparation for deploying a fully-functional self-hosted WordPress website. We’ll provide you with insight to ensure you understand how to install WordPress on any server, even those without one-click install option.
WordPress is free open-source content management system that is incredibly easy to use. Essentially, WordPress comes in two different flavors, namely the fully hosted WordPress.com and its self-hosted counterpart WordPress.org. In this article we’ll explain the main differences between the two alongside the important factors to consider when choosing between WordPress.com and WordPress.org
This article is for those that are asking the question: What is WordPress? Alongside explaining what it is, we’ll also describe how it works, who uses it, and discuss the powerful benefits associated with using the WordPress platform.
This guide entails a fundamental overview of WordPress eCommerce alongside best practices to get your online storefront up and running.
Website security is often an overlooked aspect of website management. It is more important than ever to take the necessary steps to properly secure your site, protecting you and your website’s visitors in the unfortunate event of a security breach. In this comprehensive guide, we’ll cover the best practices to increase the safety and security of your WordPress site.
A Beginner’s Guide to WordPress SEO is a comprehensive resource that outlines the best practices to help familiarize you with WordPress SEO, improve your website’s ranking, gain mass adoption of subscribers, and create a slicker, smoother operating website (the type of website search engines love).
In this article, we cover everything you need to know when gearing up for your transition to HTTPS. Not having an SSL certificate will have a big impact on those sites that transmit passwords or credit card information. Well, guess what? All WordPress websites have an administrative login page that requires a password, therefore by default they fall into this category.