WordPress is the world’s most popular content management system that allows you to build blogs and/or beautiful, professional websites for any use. Over 60 million people use WordPress to power their website, including myself. In fact, this website is powered by WordPress.
Our WordPress hosting customers often come to us with questions on how to use WordPress or how to create a website with WordPress. Through a series of educational tutorials, we will show you how to use and create a WordPress website.
Initial WordPress Setup:
Setting up the system is relatively straight forward and easy to do. WordPress is designed with a comprehensive layout allowing even the most novice of users to create something astonishing.
Below are just some of the topics we cover to help users of all skill levels to install this amazing system.
Routine WordPress Maintenance Stuff:
While a lot of WordPress systems are automated, sometimes you have to get into it and manage your site outside of content. Here’s a few articles that may help shed some light on just a few of the things you can do to keep your site running smoothly.
WordPress is a stable and fairly secure system. However, you do need to keep your files and users safe from hackers and bots. Here are just a few things you can do to improve the security of your WordPress website.
One of the keys to having a successful website is making sure it performs well. This doesn’t just mean showing up in Google search results. In reality, keeping your site performing well for visitors improves SEO anyway. Here are a few things you may want to go over.
Maintaining WordPress is Easy
The above are just a few articles we put together to help you get started. There is plenty more where that came from, and you should spend a bit of time perusing just what you can accomplish with WordPress. It may give you some ideas about how to develop your website.
What kind of tutorials would you like to see us add to our growing collection? Is there a part of WordPress you would like to know more in-depth?
Author: Chris Racicot
Chris is the Support Manager at GreenGeeks and has been with the company since 2010. He has a passion for gaming, scripting and WordPress. When he’s not enjoying his sleep, he’s working on his guitar skills and fiddling with 3d printing.