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Install WordPress directly through your host company using this step-by-step video tutorial.
Learn how to safely log into your WordPress and customize your General Settings (timezone, language, subscription benefits, etc.).
Put your best self forward by creating a profile on WordPress. Learn how to create, edit, and modify a profile in this free video tutorial.
WordPress is a content management system based on PHP and MySQL. Features include a plugin architecture and a template system, often referred to as Themes. A content management system allows users to easily manage their site without requiring background knowledge in web development.
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Make sure your WordPress site is visually appealing to you and your visitors. A major factor of this visual appeal is having optimized Read Settings. Watch our tutorial for step-by-step instructions
Mistakes are inevitable, but WordPress makes it easy to go back and fix errors. Watch our free video tutorial to find out how!
If you have a blog on WordPress, you'll want control over A) whether or not people can comment, B) who can comment, and C) what comments appear live on your site. Learn how to use Discussion Settings to moderate comments.
Adding and controlling users in WordPress is an important step in streamlining the way your website functions. Learn how to set Administrators, Editors, Authors, Contributors, and Subscribers in this free and informative video tutorial.
Maintaining your site means installing the right updates, not all updates. Learn about best practices for updating not just WordPress, but its associated plugins.
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