Do you own your website? Are you someone who regularly hosts and schedules events and meetings? Whether formal or official, webinars, seminars, meetings, parties, concerts, all of this can get out of hand if you are not properly organized. From getting the venue ready to invite all of the invitees, the last thing you want is to get engaged in the task of organizing your sites again and again.
With WordPress, you can find over thousands of plugins designed to make your task easier. All you have to do is find the right one and install them. In context to event management, you can find several different plugins developed and designed just for your easy use of your WordPress sites. More specifically, you can find WordPress Calendars that help you along the way.
Everybody around you is creating a website but you don’t know how to make one.. How sad is that!
But not an issue anymore, you have come to the right place. In this post, we will discuss how to make a website using WordPress. This is the ultimate WordPress tutorial for beginners which will teach step by step process how to build a professional WordPress website.
Well, there are multiple ways to build a website but we chose WordPress over all the other website platforms available. You must be wondering why WordPress. First of all, it is the easiest and most user-friendly website platform which provides a powerful interface for creating full-fledged modern dynamic websites. Moreover, it is the best and for sure the most popular CMS platform used by about 28% of all websites online. Read more
WordPress is the most used content management system. If you have decided to use it, this guide will help you, as I will explain in it how to install it the manual way. Many web hosting providers offer 1-click quick installation, but if you are a more advanced user, you might like to prefer to install it manually.
Installing WordPress manually has some advantages. For example, you don’t have to uninstall some plugins that may be automatically added to your installation (e.g. Mojo Marketplace plugin). Or, for instance, you can set your database table prefix to something different than just the default wp_ string (using the wp_ table prefix can be vulnerable). Read more