On a WordPress website, you have posts and pages. They both have a lot of the same features but they’re actually very different and learning when to use a page over a post (and vice versa) is an important part of keeping your website looking good and easy to navigate.
User Roles are an important feature in a WordPress site. If you are going to be managing your site yourself, you’ll want to learn about user roles.
A Role defines the tasks and permissions that users have on your website. If you have any issues with spam, limiting user access via User Roles is one way to control that.
A great feature of WordPress is post scheduling. This is a wonderful tool! You can make several posts and have them scheduled for when you want them to go live. This can help make it look like there is activity each day, week, month, or however you want it. Here’s how to schedule a post.
WordPress is a great script to use for your blog. As with any website, there are some recommended steps when setting it up. Here are a few things you might want to do in order to get your WordPress site set up so you don’t have issues later.
So, you want to make a website but you don’t know how to program and don’t have a huge bank account to bankroll a development team in order to make a custom script. That’s where pre-programmed scripts come in to play.