Before I tell you how to change your domain name’s DNS info, I want to give you a quick explanation of what it all means. That way what you’re doing will make sense and if the particular company you’re using does things a little different than my instructions, you’ll be … Read the rest
You can totally do WordPress.
WordPress can be so intimidating at first. When I switched from Blogger, I cried. And I'm not a crier.
But that happened because I didn't have someone telling me where to start, and to start small. (Just the typical "How to Start a Blog in 5 Easy Steps!" post from a popular blogger. The only thing that was easy was giving someone my credit card, and I learned later that they only write those posts for the $65 commission from their hosting company, not to actually help people.)
I'm here to be that helper for you. You'll find WordPress basics here, in plain English, not technical terms that will leave you just as frustrated and confused as you started.
And if you have a question you don't see answered here, send me a note. Really! I'd love to help you out.
What is an optimized photo? It’s a photo that is the appropriate pixel size (width and height), an appropriate file size (the smaller, the better), and one that’s titled and tagged properly for your blog.
Why are optimized photos vital for your blog or website?
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So many terms! If you’re confused and overwhelmed by all the new words you keep regarding setting up a blog or website, this is the post for you.
It seems like a whole new language and can practically (or actually) make you cry. Here are the words you’ll see … Read the rest
There are only two things you need before you can set up a WordPress blog: a domain and hosting. Essentially, if your website was a house, the hosting is the piece of land you need to purchase to build your house on. The domain (eg. www.meynewebsites.com), then is the address… Read the rest