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The first step is to create a unique website that will stand out from the rest. This site should be built with a personal touch and focus on what you are passionate about.

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Blog Post Outline


 Blog Post 1 – WordPress: An Overview 

 Blog Post 2 – How To Install WordPress The Right Way? 

 Blog Post 3 – How To Use WordPress: Building A WordPress Website? 

 Blog Post 4 – How To Create Outstanding Long-Form Articles In  WordPress? 

 Blog Post 5 – How To Find The Best WordPress Theme That Matches To  Your Website? 

 Blog Post 6 – Tips To Speed Up WordPress Site For Better Performance 

 Blog Post 7 – Website Enhancing Plugins To Install 

 Blog Post 8 – Important Reasons Why You Should Use WordPress For  Your Website 

 Blog Post 9 – Securing Your WordPress Site Against Modern Day Hackers 

 Blog Post 10 – Common Mistakes To Avoid In WordPress




You’ve read in many places on the Internet that it’s important to build your website. Whether it is for personal or business use, people tell you to get your website. But you don’t know how it’s done. You don’t know anything about building websites, and you don’t want to invest thousands of dollars in a professional coder to help build your website.

What’s the next best solution?

Use WordPress. You’ve heard of it before. And you probably didn’t know what it meant.  Well, from this day forward, you’re going to be learning everything there is to know about  WordPress.

The learning curve will be a bit steep, especially if you know absolutely nothing about  building websites. Don’t worry, though; we will do our best to make the technical stuff sound easy.

So, sit back, take it easy, and try to learn as much as you can in this 10-part WordPress course.

By the end of this series of Blog Posts, you’ll be able to build your very own WordPress  website. You can even use your newfound skill to help other people build their WordPress  sites, for a fee, of course!

So let’s begin…

 Blog Post 1 – WordPress: An Overview

WordPress provides the most amazing way of creating websites and blogs. More than 34%  of websites are built using WordPress. So, it can be said that this popular content  management system is famous for developing blogging sites and websites.

Today, WordPress is proud to have the most helpful and friendly community of bloggers on the web. WordPress is used by thousands of sites that offer news, updates, resources, training, and tutorials, among other things. In this chapter, you will learn about the primary purpose of WordPress and its types and features.


What is WordPress? 

WordPress can be defined as an open-source CMS that has been licensed under the GPLv2. It means anyone has the right to use as well as modify the WordPress software for free. It can be thought of as a tool that makes it easy for content publishers to manage important parts of a website, like the content and multimedia files on web pages, even if they don’t know how to code. and

The ultimate result is that WordPress helps develop and build a website for anyone, even without the skill set of a developer.


Features of WordPress 

WordPress is thought to be the most popular content management system because of the following reasons:

 The most important feature of WordPress is that you can create a dynamic website without any programming or design knowledge.

∙ WordPress is theme-based, which provides you with options for various open-source and premium design themes, which can be integrated easily without any designing  knowledge. 

∙ Plugins extend the functionality of WordPress, which can be used to add new required modules. 

∙ WordPress sites are search engine optimization (SEO) friendly, and it means sites built-in WordPress can be easily optimized for search engine listings.

 ∙ WordPress is multilingual, which allows users to translate content into their language. 

∙ WordPress has an inbuilt Media Management System, which is used to manage images, music, documents, etc., and can be used with text content.


Advantages of WordPress  

∙ WordPress is a free and open-source platform under the GNU General Public License (GPL). 

∙ Design theme customization in WordPress is straightforward. 

∙ It allows you to manage users with different roles and permissions.

∙ WordPress media management is quick and easy to use. 

– WordPress provides a WYSIWYG editor to manage your text content, which is very useful for manipulating the layout of the document.

What kinds of websites use WordPress? 

Although WordPress was first designed for bloggers, due to the huge improvements,  thousands of plugins, and unlimited themes, it has evolved into a website-building tool.

Many famous companies use WordPress for their websites, for example, Sony, Star Wars,  BBC, PlayStation, TechCrunch, and Bloomberg. 


∙ Blogs 

As mentioned before, WordPress was first designed for bloggers, but over the years it has improved dramatically, but it’s still popular and used for blogging purposes. Users can use this CMS at a low cost and eventually upgrade it to power their website.


∙ Sample website 

Freelancers, artists, photographers, musicians, authors, and whoever works in a specific field can use this CMS to display a few of their samples. WordPress offers a variety of services that they can use.


∙ Business websites

 Business owners can also use this CMS. Whether they own a small or large business, they can use WordPress to create and design a professional and powerful website like Mercedes or Blackberry.


∙ Charity websites 

Since this CMS has little cost to run, many charity organizations use this CMS. because it’s simple and offers a variety of ways to accept donations.


∙ Online Store websites 

With this CMS, users can start their online store without having any programming knowledge. WooCommerce is one of the most powerful and popular plugins in the e-commerce world and for WordPress. This plugin gives its users a shopping cart, a sales system, payment gateways, and a refund system for their website. 

Many other websites, such as news, multilingual, music, education, etc., use WordPress. 

What makes WordPress so popular? 

As mentioned above, WordPress is the most popular CMS in the world and supports more  than a quarter of all the websites on the world wide web due to its many features and  capabilities. The most important features of this CMS are as follows:


∙ Open-source 

Being open-source is one of the defining factors of WordPress. Thousands of people across the globe are working to improve this CMS. One of the reasons this CMS is free is since it is open source. You will only pay for hosting and a domain name. Also, more than a thousand themes and plugins are offered to its users. Users can make any changes they wish to this CMS, or even fix a bug or add many other features.


∙ Variety of themes and plugins 

Even if a user doesn’t have any programming knowledge, with the help of themes and plugins, they can make changes to their website. Currently, there are more than 50,000 plugins and 5,000 themes offered for free to its users. In addition, there are premium versions for both plugins and themes, which you can buy. Themes can change the appearance, and plugins can change the functionality of your WordPress website.


∙ Easy installation 

With WordPress, you don’t need to have any technology or programming knowledge to install and design your website. With only a few clicks, you can install your WordPress application. Many hosting providers enable easy installation of WordPress. In addition, you can also install WordPress on your localhost and, if satisfied, use it on your main website. 

WordPress.com and WordPress.org

The two ways through which WordPress allows you to host a site are by WordPress.com and WordPress.org. The primary thing that varies with these two approaches is the real  host. By If you are making use of WordPress.org, you may download the script free of charge and  host it on a local machine or any server. But, in the case of WordPress.com, it takes care of every aspect, right from hosting the site for you to providing features for managing the  content. You don’t have to organize a web server or pay for hosting or even download any  application, but yes, ads will be shown on your site

Pros and Cons WordPress.com and WordPress.org 

If you do not have any interest in hosting or managing a web server, then WordPress.com is the way to go. This is because WordPress.com is free, and setup can be done quickly and easily.

But it will cost you to get rid of the word “WordPress,” which will be in the URL, and you won’t be able to upload custom themes and plugins unless you’ve already paid for the service. You cannot edit or modify the backend PHP code.

WordPress.org is a self-hosted version and provides additional flexibility with control over your site. You can use the domain name that you bought yourself, and you can add themes and plugins. Hence, this gives flexibility and custom control to your web  development.

WordPress is known as the most popular website builder in the world. It powers over 39% of all websites on the internet. The main reason for that is that WordPress is easy to install, which makes it easy for anyone to create a website.

All of the best web hosting services for WordPress make it easy to install WordPress with just a few clicks. In most circumstances, installing WordPress is a simple process that takes less than five minutes to complete.

In the next blog post, we want to give both new and experienced WordPress users a full tutorial on how to set up their site.

For beginners, we will show you how to install WordPress on all top hosting platforms by  using 1-click install scripts like Fantastico, Softaculous, and QuickInstall.

We will also show our more advanced users how to install WordPress by hand using FTP. 

Lastly, for our beginner developers and designers, we will show you how to install WordPress on a local computer (Windows, Mac, and Linux).

Apart from showing you how to install WordPress, we will also give you tips on things to do after you install WordPress.


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