WordPress is the most popular content management system that used by bloggers all around the world. If you are new to WordPress, you are in the right place. Learn all the basic terminology and how to use it.

An Overview of the WordPress Settings Section

One of the first things you’ll want to take a look at after installing a new WordPress website is the settings page. On fresh installations, WordPress settings appear at the very bottom of the admin menu which you can find on the left side of your screen. Just by hovering over the Settings link, you […]

How to Automatically Update WordPress Plugins

Although you can have a WordPress website without a single plugin on the list, the chances are that you will have to install at least a few them. No matter how great of an expert are you, some features would just take too much of your precious time to develop from scratch. Since there are […]

How to Backup Your WordPress Website

Backup is one of those computer-related terms that everyone likes to use even if they don’t completely understand it. If you are still not familiar with the term, it is a process of copying or archiving data so that you can quickly restore it if something terrible happens to the original files. When talking about WordPress, […]

How to Add Clickable Phone Numbers in WordPress

Smartphones are ruling the world. We don’t have to repeat how smartphones changed the world and what are they capable of. We also know that in the modern society, every website that you create has to be responsive. But what happens with phone numbers that you write in your WordPress posts and pages? Most of […]

The Ultimate cPanel Guide for WordPress Beginners

Every website, including a WordPress one, needs hosting provider. Once you decide whom you are going to trust, you will install WordPress and start blogging. As you probably already know, managing a site takes both time and some skill. WordPress can help you a lot with your blog, but when it comes to your server, […]

How to Quickly Find and Edit Code From Themes and Plugins

Working with WordPress can be easy. When compared to many other content management systems, it really is easy. Even you if you have nothing to do with the code or design, you can still create your WordPress blog, and you can start writing and publishing content in a matter of minutes. If you need to […]

WordPress.com vs. WordPress.org Comparison

A lot of people who are starting a blog with WordPress get stuck on the first step – choosing between the “org” and the “com” version. Googling won’t do much good as most articles are just rants about which version is better (neither is better because they serve different purposes). And while they may appear […]

How to Hack Into a WordPress Website, The Complete Guide

We don’t condone, approve nor encourage any illegal or malicious behavior! The purpose of this article is to explain how to hack or regain access to a WordPress site that belongs to you, or that you have rights to edit, admin and access. Whatever you do, you’re doing it on your own. We’re not responsible for your […]

Link Posts And Pages To An External URL

Once you set up your permalinks, WordPress will use that structure in order to point browsers to content located on your server. It doesn’t matter if you left the default permalinks structure or if you customized it for SEO, your posts and pages titles will automatically link to a unique URL set by WordPress. And […]

Custom Background Options

Video Transcription Hi, this is Brad with Firstsiteguide.com and in this video I’m going to be walking you through the “Background Appearance” section of your new blog. If we scroll over here to the” Appearance” section we’ll hover over and then we’ll find “Background” here, and click. What the “Background” section is going to allow […]

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