Assuming you’ve been using WordPress for more than just a few days, you’ve surely realized that they do a lot to give you options. It’s not just that, though, they also try to make sure those options are visible and easy to understand. Using the document tab can be easy for some or completely unknown to others. Luckily, this tutorial is here to help!Continue reading “WordPress Article Tutorial: Document — Status and Visibility”
Whether your website is just starting up or you’ve had if for months, years, or even just planning on one soon, you’re going to quickly realize that comments are pretty standard. This is especially true as your website earns more viewers and users. Sometimes those comments are helpful, sometimes they’re bothersome, sometimes they’re spam, and others they’re downright bad. Luckily, WordPress has some great ways to moderate your comments!Continue reading “WordPress Article Tutorial: How to Moderate Comments”
Any and every bit of content you add to your website should definitely be scrutinized. You want to make good, clean content that’s relevant to your website and in a timely manner. Otherwise, any startup is bound to fail. Luckily, choosing what to post and what to avoid isn’t rocket science.Continue reading “WordPress Article Tutorial: Choosing What to Post”
Writing articles on WordPress is an important part of maintaining a successful website. New content will always lead to more interest in your website, more traffic, and better results with search engines. One important aspect of this is to keep things interesting and that is done in part by adding images to your posts.
It’s actually an incredibly easy process and one that you can do within just a couple minutes.Continue reading “WordPress Article Tutorial: Adding Images and Featured Images”
If you’ve got a WordPress website, or any social or blog website, you need to post content with some regularity. Having a single post every few months is never going to attract people to it. As such, you also have to make sure that not only your content is good, but also your formatting. Below, you’ll find exactly how to format your articles and posts to both look best and be easily readable.Continue reading “WordPress Article Tutorial: Headers and You”
If you’re new to WordPress or just new to the Block system of it, you may not know exactly how the system works. It’s very different from most other websites but surprisingly easy to learn! Here’s how it works.Continue reading “WordPress Article Tutorial: Choosing a Block”
The best way to have your site HTTPS secure is do to it during install. However, if you hadn’t done that, follow this guide to set your WordPress site to HTTPS. If using ISPmanager, you’ll be able to set the automatic redirect which makes this process very easy.Continue reading “Adding SSL to WordPress”
If you’ve got a website or are planning on having one, you should know that creating content for it is one of your biggest jobs. You can’t just make an empty site and expect people to flock to it. People like to see things they haven’t seen before, read things they haven’t read before, and hear things they haven’t heard before.
If you want a successful website, you need to know how to create good content and one important part of that is to make sure your content isn’t too big.Continue reading “Why blogs and articles shouldn’t be too long”
Adding pictures to a WordPress website can be tricky if you don’t know the proper way to do it. With a little help though, you can not only add pictures to blogs but even add images that will display along with the blog called a “Featured Image”.Continue reading “How-to: Resize/Add Pictures on WordPress”
This is the last article in our Making an Author Site with WordPress series. We hope it’s helped you get your WordPress author site ready and launched!