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Category: WordPress

Which Of The 6 Different Ways To Build A Website Is Best For You?

Which Of The 6 Different Ways To Build A Website Is Best For You?

Understanding the different ways to build a website is important when you're planning your online business. But as I'm sure you know, there are a lot of different methods and approaches to building websites these days. It can be confusing to know which option is best. So in this post, you'll get a break down of the six different ways to build a website. And, you'll discover which of these is the best suited for you and your business website. By the end, you'll have a set of the best web design methods to help build your online business. Let's get started! (more…)

6 Different Ways To Build A Website

6 Different Ways To Build A Website

Understanding the different ways to build a website is important when you're setting up your online business. But as I'm sure you know, with so many different web design methods and options, it can be confusing to sort through and figure out which tools are best. In today's video, you'll get a break down the 6 different ways to build a website and you'll discover which of these is the best suited for you and your online business. Let's get started! (more…)

Web Hosting Hub Review: My Hosting Has Never Been Cheaper!

Web Hosting Hub Review: My Hosting Has Never Been Cheaper!

In this Web Hosting Hub review, you'll learn about this low-cost, feature-rich web host -- and discover if they're a good fit for you. While Web Hosting Hub offers loads of features, add-ons, and great customer service, there are some downsides and drawbacks you need to be aware of. In this highly detailed and deeply researched article, you'll discover all the ins and outs of this quality web hosting company. Let's dig in! (more…)

Five Steps To Set Up Your Online Business Website

Five Steps To Set Up Your Online Business Website

Web design can seem very confusing, especially when there's so much being dumped on you -- Google Analytics, SEO, shopping carts, should you start a blog, social media, payment gateways, and about a hundred other issues -- it's easy to get overwhelmed. So in this post, what I've done is clearly laid out a sequential set of steps to help you get started in web design, and get your online venture live on the web. So by the end of this tutorial, you’ll have a clear set of actions that you can take to get your business online and earning revenue. Let's jump into it! (more…)

Understanding WordPress.com Versus WordPress.org: An In-Depth Comparison

Understanding WordPress.com Versus WordPress.org: An In-Depth Comparison

Did you know that WordPress comes in two flavours, WordPress.com and WordPress.org? As you might guess, it's very easy to confuse the two...and it can be hard for new users to know which version of WordPress they should use. In this video, we'll dispel the confusion and get a clear understanding of the differences between these two flavours of WordPress. Let's check 'em out! (more…)

3 Different Ways To Install And Use WordPress

3 Different Ways To Install And Use WordPress

Did you know that there are no less than three different ways to install and run WordPress? When you're first getting started with WordPress, it can seem a bit overwhelming because it is a bit of a different animal than what you might be used to working with. So in today's video, we'll address these three different ways to run WordPress and find the one that's best for you. Let's get going! (more…)

Straightforward Steps To Manually Back Up Your WordPress Website

Straightforward Steps To Manually Back Up Your WordPress Website

It is, of course, critical to regularly back up your WordPress website. And in fact, there are several different ways you can do this. In this tutorial, you'll learn how to manually back up your WordPress website. And, you'll see exactly which parts of your site are critical to keep copies of. Let's check it out! (more…)

How To Automate Your WordPress Website Back Ups

How To Automate Your WordPress Website Back Ups

Automatically backing up your WordPress website! Obviously, it's very important to periodically back up your site. You can manually back up your website (which is very good to know), but automating your backups has some big advantages. For instance, you won't have to remember to set time aside to pull a site back up over and over. And, you'll have the peace of mind knowing that back ups are being pulled on a regular schedule for you. This is all very much "set it and forget it." Want to see how to set this up for your website? Then let's get started! (more…)

How To Remove All Posts, Pages, And Other Content To Reset WordPress

How To Remove All Posts, Pages, And Other Content To Reset WordPress

If you've ever needed to reset WordPress -- to remove all pages, posts, comments, and so on -- then you're in the right spot. This issue often comes up once you've finished building a custom theme or when you want to remove the temporary Theme Unit Test Data content. The good news is that you don't need to uninstall and reinstall WordPress or dig through databases. I'd love to show you a much faster way to remove your WordPress site's content while maintaining it's structure and design. Let's take a look! (more…)

Use FTP To Connect To Your WP Engine Website

Use FTP To Connect To Your WP Engine Website

FTP is a very common method for connecting directly to your website. Think of it as opening up a two-way street between your computer and your live site. This is perfect for publishing updates, troubleshooting problems, and so on. With WP Engine, we'll be using a more secure version of FTP, called SFTP. And in this tutorial, I'd love to show you how it all works, so let's take a look! (more…)