What is WordPress and Why You Should Use it?

WordPress is basically a free blogging platform and content management system (CMS). It is one of the very popular web creation and blog publishing applications available on the internet today. What you are actually reading right now is a WordPress powered site. Wordpress is a very indispensable tool that you can use to market anything […]

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How to Add a New Post in WordPress

In this tutorial let’s learn how to add a new post or article in WordPress. From the Dashboard area there two ways to enter the post creation area, the first one is through Posts => Add New tab through the “Main Navigation Menu” and second is through the New => Post through “Admin Bar”. Let’s […]

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How to Configure Your Settings

In this tutorial let’s learn about how to configure your WordPress “Settings” to optimize and get the most out of your WordPress site. Configuring your Settings should be the very first task you do just after every successful installation of a new WordPress. A new WordPress instillation has seven sub-panels under Settings. These are: General […]

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Difference Between Posts and Pages

Many blogging beginners tend to be confused as to what to use when posting their articles and contents. Is it “posts” or “pages”? Well, you can use both but that depends on the purpose and design of your blog/website. For beginners though, it is important to know the differences between the two. Although they’re basically […]

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Maximizing Your Use of WordPress Tags

WordPress tags are very important and are similar to your categories, only they’re not necessarily there for navigation purposes. They’re more for sorting posts according to topics and identifying your content for search engines and visitors with keywords and phrases. Using the tags makes it possible to have a list of “Tags” in your sidebar […]

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The Importance of a WordPress Category

Categories allow you to organize your posts into topics or groups of related content so that your visitors could quickly find all the articles within that category or topic. Many WordPress themes automatically display categories on the sub menus of your navigation area. Whenever you make a new post on your WordPress blog, you have […]

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