Category : WordPress

Your WP site need core files (mostly .php files) and a database (.sql file) in order to function correctly. WordPress strongly suggests that you make a backup of your site core files and database (.sql) each time a major change is made to your site. You should always have backup copy of core files and ..

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Additional WordPress Resources – Forums, Themes, Plugins, etc. The Official WordPress Website – wordpress.org WordPress Documentation – codex.wordpress.org WordPress Support Forums – wordpress.org/support WordPress Extensions – wordpress.org/extend/plugins WordPress Themes – wordpress.org/ext..

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Setting a Blog Post to Private 1. From your WordPress Dashboard, select Posts on the left menu. 2. Select the post you would like to make private by clicking the title. 3. On the right, select the Edit link in the Visibility section. 4. You can password protect the post, or simply make it private. ..

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1. First, start a new post from the Dashboard. Instructions for doing this can be found here. 2. After you have created your new post, you can select the Save Draft button in the right column. This will not publish the post to your site now, but it will save it as a draft so ..

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1. First, the amount of blogs and syndication feeds to display, and whether or not to display a summary or full texts in your feed. We strongly discourage changing the encoding for pages – but if you feel you need to change this option, please see Other Encodings. 3. After you have set your reading ..

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Adding a New User 1. From your WordPress Dashboard, select Users and then Add New on the left menu. 2. Enter the user’s information, a password for their account, and their role . Once finished, click Save. 3. You’re finished adding a new user. They can now log in with the name and password you ..

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1. Select Plugins and then Add New on the left menu. 2. From this screen you can browse or search for a specific plugin. For the purposes of this example, we will use a plugin named Wickett Twitter Widget. 3. Once you have found a plugin, select the Install Now link below it’s name. 4. ..

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1. Select Appearance on the left menu. 2. Select the Install Themes tab at the top. 3. From this screen you can browse or search for a specific theme. For the purposes of this example, we will use a theme named Pixel. 4. Once you have found a theme, select the Install link below it’s ..

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1. From your WordPress Dashboard, select Appearance and then Widgets on the left menu. 2. Drag the RSS Widget to the Sidebar box of your choice. For the purposes of this example we will use the Primary Widget Area. 3. Enter the URL and title of the RSS feed. You can also select how many ..

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