Looking for the best step-by-step courses on using WordPress to build a successful website? Check out the new courses from WPCompendium.org for the most accessible beginner’s courses on how to make the most of WordPress for your online success!
WPCompendium.org announced an updated series of WordPress tutorials for beginners, offering a step-by-step approach to help inexperienced users make the most of the popular CMS platform for their unique business and marketing needs.
Round Corner, Australia – October 11, 2018 /NewsNetwork/ —
WPCompendium.org, an informative website for WordPress users, launched an updated range of step-by-step tutorials for beginners looking to develop a high-performance WordPress website. The tutorials cover everything from website planning and creation to WordPress installation and customization, the implementation of effective lead generation and SEO strategies, and various other important topics.
Almost a third of all websites are currently supported by WordPress, making it the most popular content management system. While it offers an extensive array of features for applications as diverse as blogging, e-commerce and official company websites, making the most of its functions can be challenging for many beginners.
WPCompendium.org was created to provide a step-by-step system allowing non-techies to build a professional WordPress website and implement simple strategies to maximize its online success.
The tutorials are organized into multiple gradual modules. Complete beginners can start with an introductory five-course module on the basics of creating a WordPress-based website. The WordPress Overview course familiarizes users with the main applications of the popular CMS platform, the Website Planning tutorial helps them map out the structure of their website, and the WordPress Installation and Configuration courses allow them to take the first steps towards leveraging WordPress for optimal website support and promotion.
Once users have acquired the basics of using WordPress, WPCompendium.org provides a series of modules designed to allow beginners to implement effective WordPress strategies depending on their specific business and marketing goals, optimize their websites for high Google ranking and develop high-performance lead generation campaigns.
The accessibility of the presentation and the step-by-step approach makes these resources ideal for beginning WordPress users without previous web design, development or online marketing experience.
WPCompendium.org announced that it will continue to invest in the development of high-quality WordPress resources for beginners.
Interested parties can find more information by visiting the above-mentioned website.
Contact Info: Name: Martin Aranovitch Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Organization: WPCompendium.org Address: PO Box 48, Round Corner, NSW, 2158, Australia
Use the WordPress configuration checklist below to make sure that your WordPress website or blog has been professionally set up and expertly configured.
This tutorial is part of our WordPress Configuration tutorial series. In this tutorial, we provide a WordPress configuration checklist to make sure that your WordPress website or blog has been professionally set up and expertly configured.
Our detailed step-by-step tutorials show you how to get your WordPress site expertly configured. This is important if you plan to build a successful digital presence.
Our WordPress configuration tutorials cover the WordPress setup process in great depth and show you how to set up your WordPress website or blog to help you get better search engine results, generate more traffic, convert more visitors into leads and sales, and so much more!
Whether you choose to build and configure your own WordPress site or outsource this task to web developers, it’s vitally important to make sure that your website or blog has been setup correctly to provide you with the most beneficial returns and the best results for your efforts as a WordPress user.
The checklist follows the WordPress Configuration process shown below.
The WordPress Configuration Process
(WordPress Configuration Process. Click image to enlarge.)
WordPress Configuration Checklist
Use the checklist below to make sure that your WordPress site has been setup and configured correctly:
This section controls various options and settings related to creating and editing. This includes your site’s default Post Category and the default Post Format, the Post via email feature and the update services that WordPress notifies whenever new content is published on your website.
Complete the step-by-step tutorial below to learn how to configure your WordPress Writing Settings.
Click on Settings > Writing in your dashboard menu …
(WP Settings Menu – Writing Settings)
This loads the ‘Writing Settings’ page in your web browser …
(WordPress – Writing Settings Screen)
WordPress Writing Settings
The first couple of options in the ‘Writing Settings’ area affect your Post/Page editor, while the rest of the settings in this section controls external publishing methods.
(Writing Settings – Default Post Category & Format Settings)
Default Post Category
Use the drop-down menu in this section to select the default Post Category. The default Post Category is the category that WordPress will assign to a new post if you do not assign a specific category when writing the post.
Note: If you delete a Category, any posts that were assigned to that Category will be reassigned to the default post Category.
To learn more about WordPress Post Categories, see the tutorial below:
This option lets you set up your site to publish emails as posts. The way this works is that you send an email to a specific address you’ve set up for posting content to your WordPress site via email, and WordPress adds the content of your email as a new post …
(Post via email)
The following message is displayed at the beginning of the Post via email section:
“To post to WordPress by email you must set up a secret email account with POP3 access. Any mail received at this address will be posted, so it’s a good idea to keep this address very secret. Here are three random strings you could use …”
To enable the post by email feature, you will need to complete the following fields:
Mail Server – A mail server receives emails on your behalf and stores them for retrieval. Your mail server will have an address like mail.example.com.
Port – Servers typically use port 110 to receive requests related to emails. If your mail server uses a different port (see your webhosting provider for this), then use that port number into this field.
Login Name – If, for example, the email address that you will be using for posting by email is email@example.com, then ‘remote’ is the Login name.
Password – Enter the password for the above email address into this field. WordPress generates three random example passwords that you can use at the beginning of this section.
Default Mail Category – WordPress will assign the category you specify here to all posts published via the Post by email feature. You can also create a new post category specifically for posts that you plan to publish via email.
To learn how to set up and use the post by email feature, see the tutorial below:
Note: The Post via email feature is optional. You don’t need to use this feature to post content to your WordPress site. Just add content normally as described in this step-by-step tutorial: How To Create A New WordPress Post.
As explained in our WordPress Traffic Automation Blueprint, one of the most powerful features of using WordPress is its ability to notify external services like directories and search engines whenever new content gets published on your site …
(WordPress can automatically notify directories and search engines when new content gets published on your site!)
When you publish a new post, WordPress automatically notifies the update services of the sites listed in the Update Services box …
By default, WordPress only adds one service to the ‘Update Services’ box with a new installation (http://rpc.pingomatic/).
To take full advantage of this powerful feature, however, you will want to add more update services as described below.
Go to Settings > Writing> Update Services and paste your list of ping service URLs (one per line) into the Update Services area …
(Paste your ping service URLs in this box)
When entering your Ping service URLs, remember to separate multiple entries with line breaks.
We have prepared a comprehensive list of reliable and authoritative ping services for your WordPress site or blog. Copy and paste the URLs (one per line) from the zipped file below into the “Update Services” box inside your Writing Settings screen …
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