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WordPress themes?

Don’t find fault. Find a remedy.~ Henry FordI have gotten a wordpress theme which I ordered and paid for (no baby themes in the free catagory suited what I wanted) I’ve uploaded the theme to my cpanel into the correct folder etc and the theme shows up in my wordpress admin. Trouble is the graphics […]


Is anything better then WordPress for building a web presence for a small Business?

When solving problems, dig at the roots instead of just hacking at the leaves.~ Anthony J. D’Angelo, The College Blue BookI have been told to go and open a WordPress blog account to make web mini sites (web presence) and I am wanting to know if you have better ideas or simply more ideas? Advise […]


Can I install a different WordPress theme to a WordPress hosted blog?

Things turn out best for the people who make the best out of the way things turn out.~ Art LinkletterI would like to start a free WordPress blog on the WordPress site (not my own domain) but I don’t like the themes they provide. Can I use a downloaded theme on there? I have seen […]



The promises of this world are, for the most part, vain phantoms; and to confide in one’s self, and become something of worth and value is the best and safest course.~ MichelangeloWhat’s up with the new WordPress dashboard??? I don’t know how to work it!!!



Things turn out best for the people who make the best out of the way things turn out.~ Art LinkletterI have a wordpress blog now, but I can’t figure out how to get readers into there! I have been using myspace and it’s been great, subscriptions like crazy, but a lot of them don’t have […]


WordPress Website Secrets: How to Use WordPress to Build Killer Websites

Don’t be discouraged. It’s often the last key in the bunch that opens the lock.~ Author Unknown[amzn_product_post]


New Lyndacom WordPress 3 Essential Training Author Morten Rand-Hendriksen Include Exercise Files

Also included are tutorials on inserting media, installing plugins, creating custom themes, and incorporating search engine optimization. Course Topics: Setting up a site. Setting up a self-hosted WordPress site. Building and modifying a profile. Publishing posts and pages. Utilizing page templates. Inserting images, video, and other media. Working with themes. Understanding widgets. Creating child themes. Working with the Twenty Ten theme. Launching a self-hosted site using BitNami. Setting up a site for search engine optimization (SEO). Ensuring site security.


Head First WordPress: A Brain-Friendly Guide to Creating Your Own Custom WordPress Blog

Whether you’re promoting your business or writing about your travel adventures, Head First WordPress will teach you not only how to make your blog look unique and attention-grabbing, but also how to dig into the more complex features of WordPress 3.0 to make your website work well, too.

You’ll learn how to move beyond the standard WordPress look and feel by customizing your blog with your own URL, templates, plugin functionality, and more. As you learn, you’ll be working with real WordPress files: The book’s website provides pre-fab WordPress themes to download and work with as you follow along with the text.

  • Gain immediate experience with WordPress 3.0, the June 2010 release of the software
  • Get your site up and running by setting up a MySQL database and creating configuration files
  • Work with the Wordpress platform to create posts and pages, learn the difference between tags and categories, edit content, moderate comments, and manage spam
  • Explore how to extend Wordpress with plugins and templates
  • Convert custom designs (in HTML and CSS) into functional themes and use them in WordPress

We think your time is too valuable to waste struggling with new concepts. Using the latest research in cognitive science and learning theory to craft a multi-sensory learning experience, Head First WordPress uses a visually rich format designed for the way your brain works, not a text-heavy approach that puts you to sleep.


WordPress For Dummies, 3rd Edition

The bestselling guide to WordPress, fully updated for newest version of WordPress

WordPress, the popular, free blogging platform, has been updated with new features and improvements. Bloggers who are new to WordPress will learn to take full advantage of its flexibility and usability with the advice in this friendly guide.

Previous editions have sold nearly 50,000 copies, and interest in blogging continues to explode.

  • WordPress is a state-of-the-art blog platform that emphasizes aesthetics, Web standards, and usability
  • WordPress For Dummies, 3rd Edition covers both the free-hosted version and, which requires users to purchase Web hosting services
  • Written by an expert who works directly with the developers and cofounder of WordPress
  • Shows readers how to set up and maintain a blog with WordPress and how to use all the new features

Like its earlier editions, WordPress For Dummies, 3rd Edition helps bloggers quickly and easily take advantage of everything this popular blogging tool has to offer.


Building a WordPress Blog People Want to Read (2nd Edition)

Having your own blog isn’t just for the nerdy anymore. Today, it seems everyone—from multinational corporations to a neighbor up the street—has a blog. They all have one, in part, because the folks at WordPress make it easy to have one. But to actually build a good blog—to create a blog people want to read—takes thought, planning, and some effort. From picking a theme and using tags to choosing widgets and building a community, creating your blog really starts after you’ve set it up.

In Building a WordPress Blog People Want to Read by blogger extraordinaire Scott McNulty, you’ll learn how to:

  • Install and get your WordPress site running.
  • Set up your site to ensure it can easily grow with you and your readers.
  • Be the master of user accounts.
  • Manage your site with the WordPress Dashboard and extend its capabilities with plug-ins.
  • Make the most of images.
  • Work with pages, templates, and links and—of course—publish your posts.
  • Use custom post types and taxonomies to bend WordPress to your will.
  • Deal with comments—if you even want readers commenting at all.
  • Find a theme and make it your own.

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