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- Create Your Own WordPress Blog
The simplest way to start using WordPress is via an account with wordpress.com where they host the site for you.
- Alternative Ways to Install WordPress
There is more than one way to install WordPress on your own hosting.
- Transferring to WordPress
TIf you already have your site elsewhere then there may be an easy way to move it to a new Wordpress home.
The theme you choose will determine how your WordPress site looks.
You can further customise some parts of your pages using widgets.
Even the navigation menu can be rearranged to include what you want.
These extend WordPress from a blogging tool into a full content management system.
WordPress.com blogs don't allow you to install plugins but have some unique ones pre-installed. Here's how to get them for your own blog.
Allow you to fine tune the way your site functions.
An essential step to make sure you don't lose all your hard work.
- Updating WordPress
Keeps your site more secure and allows you to use all the latest features.
- WordPress Security
Additional considerations regarding security and plugins that will help.
- Setting Up WordPress MultiSite
Instructions for using multiple domains that everyone else's instructions don't cover.
- Adding WordPress Posts to Another Site
Any page on a site on the same hosting as your WordPress can display selected WordPress Posts with a small amount of WordPress code added to it.
- bbPress Broken Roles
How to fix you bbPress user roles when you have a bbPress forum integrated fully into WordPress.
- WPTouch and WordFence
When you use WP_Cache with WordFence and WPToc, updating WPTouch gives a misleading error message.
- Review - WordPress MultiSite
A review of both how well it works and the poor instructions.
- Review - WP Ultimate CSV Importer
A review of this plugin and how it would have been quicker if I hadn't used it.
- Review - Simple Custom CSS
A review of this plugin and how easy it is for someone who knows CSS to use it.
- Review - Insert PHP
A review of this plugin and how easy it is for someone who knows PHP to use it - provided that you can upload the resources the PHP needs to somehwere it can access.
- Review - Custom Contact Forms
A review of this plugin and how it initially looked promising but turned out not to be.
- Review - WP Lightbox 2
A review of this extremely simple to use plugin.
- Review - BackWPUp
A review of this plugin that can backup ALL of your WordPress site.
- Review - scriptsnstyles
If you have a different WordPress question please ask Felgall.