WordPress is a solid content management system for blogging and online stores. It allows you to login to the administration panel using a standard URL syntax. This poses greater threat...
Building a website is a passion and not a time pass activity. There are many site building tools available on the web and choosing the right one decides the success of a website. As different site building tools focuses on different set of audiences, we prefer two platforms based on our experience.
One is self-hosted WordPress which is a core platform for building a website.
Other is Weebly for the sake of easiness.
The main purpose of this website is to share articles related to website building and we have around 650 free articles for you to read. Inline with that objective, we also share tips and tricks to improve productivity when building sites on WordPress and Weebly platforms.
WordPress tutorials contain more than 180 articles and Weebly tutorials contain around 220 articles. You can refer these free articles to get an idea of how to start building your site on one of these platform. Besides WordPress and Weebly we also discuss important features of other site builders like Wix, Yola, etc.
You can create a header menu in WordPress to show any post, page, category or custom link. It is also possible to use “Navigation Menu” widget to show a list...
WordPress comes with default Gutenberg block editor that offers blocks for inserting buttons, social icons, columns and many other elements. However, in many situations you need custom widgets like FAQ,...
WordPress is a solid content management system primarily for bloggers. It supports many parameters to cater different group of users. For example, you can change and access a WordPress post...
Many blogs on the internet fail due to underestimating the time and effort required for managing the content. The fact is it is not always possible for single blogger to...
WordPress contains multiple files that you need to access frequently for adding parameters and functions. You can access theme and plugin files using theme and plugin editor respectively right from...
When creating content on your website, you should remember that websites are viewed worldwide. For this reason, it is worth translating your website, even if a significant portion of your...
Favicon is a small icon that shows in the browser’s title bar. Browsers use this icon to show the tab when you pin the webpage. Some search engines also show...
Generally, most bloggers use one WordPress installation to host one website. They use subdirectory, subdomain or a new domain for creating additional installations. However, this is not always the case...
WordPress is the most popular Content Management System (CMS) we have today. It gives its users complete freedom over their sites hence creating magnificent websites with no limitations. WordPress supports...
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