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10 Jul

Infographic: Why Choose WordPress
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A content management system (CMS) is a crucial part of having your website up and running. Through the CMS, you can create, manage, and share all of your website's content. Additionally, it also makes it easier for the search engines to index your website. Even if you are new to world of websites, you have probably heard about WordPress. It's because WordPress is the unbeatable market leader and the most popular content management system in the world. It didn't become that for no reason. In this infographic, we cover eight main reasons...

How To Set Up WordPress: A Beginner’s Guide
2 Jul

WordPress for Beginners
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In the beginning, setting up a WordPress website can seem like a monumental task. There’s so much to do, but where should you start? Don’t worry. In this article, we’ll answer that question for you. When you’re starting from scratch, there are three major stages that you’ll go through when creating a website with WordPress, as follows: Stage 1: Lay the foundation. First, you have to buy a domain, get a hosting package, and install the WordPress CMS onto your hosting server. Stage 2: Focus on site design and content. Next, you’ll get familiar...

11 Jun

8 Reasons to Choose WordPress
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Choosing a good content management system (CMS) for your website is as important as choosing good fuel for a car. It’s what keeps it running! A CMS helps you upload, maintain, and deliver all of the content on your website. It’s like your site’s backbone, brain, and beating heart. It organizes and indexes your content, making it easier for search engines to crawl through the website and fetch information requested by users. Of all the content systems out there, WordPress has been around longer than most—over 15 years. With more than...

26 May

Infographic: 6 Tips to Optimize WordPress Hosting Disk Space
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Disk space is the storage space occupied by your WordPress website and all of its files, databases, code, plugins, videos, and everything that was ever added to it (unless deleted). In some cases, the amount of disk space can be limited by your hosting provider. The longer your WordPress website has been out there, the more disk space it is likely to occupy. That's why it only makes sense to keep track of your disk space usage and optimize it whenever necessary. It's exactly the same as keeping your work desk...

7 May

How to Optimize Your WordPress Hosting Disk Space
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When you purchase a hosting package for your website, one of the most important things you'll have to do is manage your disk space usage. Like any other digital asset, your website occupies disk space. It’s storage space that’s owned and maintained by your hosting provider, and they impose limits on how much of it you can use. All the elements of your website take up space, including: Your WordPress installation files, CSS elements and HTML code files, Media content, like pictures and videos. In the beginning, it probably won't matter how much...

CMS comparison
25 Nov

Infographic: WordPress vs. Joomla vs. Drupal
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Deciding on which CMS you're going to use is an essential part of creating a website. If later on you find that you made the wrong choice and your CMS doesn't do what you need it to do, the migration process is rather complicated and painful. That's why it's best to think of all your CMS requirements right from the start and consider your options thoroughly. WordPress is the leader, famous for its simplicity and countless plugins that can do pretty much everything. But it's not the only player on the...