You may already know that WordPress (WP) is the best CMS (Content Management System) for blogging. I love it very much and I’ve already learned so many things on how to operate this platform.
In this blog post, I’ll try my best to let you know how to use WordPress so that you won’t have to struggle using this awesome CMS. Your blogging journey will much better and easier at the same time.
Below are the topics that will be covered in this blog post –
- The basic of WordPress
The difference between the posts and the pages on WordPress blog or Website
Guide on Setting Up a WordPress Blog Just After Creating
How to Install WordPress Theme Manually (2 Methods)
How to Add Plugin to WordPress Blog in 2 Simple Ways
How to Successfully Delete Plugins from WordPress Blog
How to Delete WordPress Theme from a Blog or Website
Guide on Image Optimization for Web (for Better SEO)
How to Add Links in WordPress Blog Post or Page
How to Embed SlideShare Presentations in WordPress
How to Add YouTube Video to WordPress Blog within a Minute
How to Put Ads on Your Website or WordPress Blog
7 Best Free WordPress Plugins that You Must Use
Top 10 WordPress Plugins that I Use on My Blog
How to Speed Up WordPress Website Easily
These are the topics that will make you learned about using WordPress without having any confusion. I hope that you’ll learn every point very carefully so that you won’t have to worry about using your WP blog.
One important thing to share with you is that you should emphasize more on learning at the initial stage of your blogging. This is because most newbie bloggers do some mistakes that look silly, but cause severe problems later.
So, you shouldn’t think that learning means wasting your time, rather it’ll eventually help you.
The basic of WordPress
As I’ve told you that WordPress is the most popular blogging platform, so you can blog smoothly on this.
There are two versions of WordPress – WordPress.com and WordPress.org
WordPress.com is a free blogging platform that will let you create free blogs. You will only get sub-domain on this free platform where the common main domain is WordPress.
So, if you create a free domain named xyz on this platform, then you’ll ultimately have a blog named xyz.wordpress.com.
WordPress.com also offers paid options where you’ll get the main domain such as xyz.com, but the hosting will still remain on WordPress.
Most bloggers don’t like to run their blogs on WordPress.com because of the limited customizations.
WordPress has the other version which is WordPress.org that’s the most popular for blogging. A blog made on WordPress.org is called the self-hosted WordPress blog.
With WordPress.org, you can choose your hosting and domain as per your wish. So, the ultimate customization facility can be achieved through using WordPress.org.