How to Create a Membership Site with WordPress

Creating a membership site in WordPress for free is as easy as installing and activating a membership plugins. There are many freely available plugins as well as paid membership plugins for WordPress. Video sessions details setting up a membership site using Paid Memberships Pro Plugin with many free add ons as well as premium add… Continue reading How to Create a Membership Site with WordPress

Adding New Users to WordPress

Whatever type of website you would like to create, WordPress can cater for it. Want a personal blog, or full blown eCommerce site? Or even a Membership site is easy to create with WordPress. Let’s imagine you are creating a forum or a membership site where you want other people to create their profiles and… Continue reading Adding New Users to WordPress

WordPress Posts vs WordPress Pages

I don’t know about you but I found it difficult to understand the difference between WordPress Posts compared to WordPress Pages. Why? Because they both created Web Pages. WordPress Posts Important part of content publishing is blogging, and creating web pages. The difference between WP posts and WP pages is that Posts are used for… Continue reading WordPress Posts vs WordPress Pages

WordPress Dashboard

WordPress dashboard is the first screen that you will see once you login to your WordPress built website. You can think of your WordPress Dashboard as a control panel to quickly navigate through your website’s settings. WordPress CMS’s popularity is due to its simple user interface options, throughout the many years, this simple design for… Continue reading WordPress Dashboard

How to Install WordPress in cPanel

There are many different ways to install WordPress using cPanel ™ and the easiest option is to use Installatron (1 Click web application installer) which most modern web hosting service providers make available part of cPanel. All you have to do is login to your web hosting account and find cPanel. One Click Apps are easiest… Continue reading How to Install WordPress in cPanel