Getting Started

Hosting WordPress

Most hosting providers and personal installations on Unix/Linux systems should be able to host WordPress under very common configurations. Server Requirements Please proceed to this […]

Introduction to Blogging

What is a “blog”? “Blog” is an abbreviated version of “weblog,” which is a term used to describe websites that maintain an ongoing chronicle of […]

Password Best Practices

Securing your WordPress starts with a strong password. A strong password is complex and elaborate. It isn’t easy to guess since it doesn’t contain recognizable […]

WordPress.org and WordPress.com

The same core WordPress software is deployed in two very different ways through WordPress.com and WordPress.org. WordPress.com is both a website and a business. You […]

Posts Screen

The Posts Screen provides the facility to manage all the Posts in a blog. Via this Screen, Posts can be edited, deleted, and viewed. Filtering, […]

Custom Fields

WordPress has the ability to allow post authors to assign custom fields to a post. This arbitrary extra information is known as meta-data. This meta-data […]

Post Formats

Intro Post Formats is a theme feature introduced with Version 3.1. A Post Format is a piece of meta information that can be used by […]

Content Visibility

Content visibility is about controlling who can see your blog content. WordPress allows you to control the visibility of your posts and Pages on an […]

First Steps with WordPress (Classic Editor)

Note: This page refers to WordPress using the older or Classic Editor. If you are on a new version of WordPress or using the block […]

Using cPanel

This tutorial provides step-by-step examples of creating a database and database user using the cPanel MySQL Database Wizard tool. Login to your site Login to […]