WordPress

Learn WordPress

WordPress, the world’s favourite software to build websites and run a blog, used to be fairly easy to learn. That’s not the case anymore. The main reason WordPress has got so hard to use is because of the new editing interface. Personally, I find it tricky to use because of the number of clicks needed to do something and because…

What’s the Difference Between WordPress.org and WordPress.com?

If you want to use WordPress to build a self-hosted website or start a blog, you have a choice of two flavors: WordPress.org and WordPress.com. What are the differences between the two? WordPress.org provides you with the software you need to start a WordPress-powered website or build an app. You’ll need to download the software and either build your site…

How to Change the Default Language on Your WordPress Website

The default language on a self-hosted WordPress website (or blog) is United States English. If you’re from the UK, for example, and prefer using words like “bin” instead of “trash” or “hi” instead of “howdy”, or you’re in another part of the world where the predominant language isn’t English, you might like to change the default language to something more appealing to…

WordPress Premium Theme Shops

When it comes to choosing a premium WordPress theme for your website, you have an abundance of options available to you. This page showcases some of the major online stores in the premium themes space and outlines their major features, offers, and terms. The list isn’t complete – new shops and studios open (and close) all the time – so…

How to Start a Blog in 2021

Let’s get one thing straight, right from the get-go – starting a blog is easy. Starting a blog and growing that blog into a money making machine is damn hard. But it’s possible if you give it time. How much time? It depends on a few factors but typically it takes about two years to generate a decent a monthly…