WordPress Website Common Tasks

WordPress Website Common Tasks

After you install WordPress in Linux Hosting, you can start building your website. Below are the most common tasks you should complete, with links to articles and videos that will take you through these tasks step by step. Pick The Template WordPress uses themes to define the look and feel of your site. A theme is installed and active by…

How to Create a Self Hosted WordPress Website

How to Create a Free Self Hosted WordPress Website

This post demonstrates how to create a free WordPress website from installation of WordPress software to the creation of self-hosted free WordPress website. WordPress is a PHP MySQL software used for creating blogs & websites and powers more than 23% of websites on the internet. It is an Open Source software (free to use) and can be easily installed by…

Freenom | 100% Free Domain Name Registration

Free Domain Name Registration with Freenom

This post demonstrates how to get a free domain from Freenom. Freenom provides free domain name registration with TLDs (Top Level Domains) such as .tk, .ga, .ml, .cf etc. Free domains work as normal domains and provide features like URL Forwarding, Free DNS Service or own Custom DNS (Name Servers). The difference between free domains & paid domains is, in…

Unable to Sign in to WordPress?

If you are unable to access your WordPress dashboard, or unable to receive a password reset email, then you may need to take additional steps to gain access. To reset, change, delete, or create a user in WordPress yourself, use the methods below to find the scenario that’s applicable and follow those instructions. Update WordPress Password There are several ways…

Enable Debugging to Display Errors in WordPress

WordPress has a specific debug system and standardized code across the core, plugins, and themes to simplify the process of identifying PHP errors. Enabling this debug mode will cause all PHP errors and warnings to display, so you can find out what’s wrong with your site. WP_DEBUG is a PHP constant (a permanent global variable) that can be used to trigger…

Supported Web Browsers For Responsive Websites

You want your websites and applications to look good on as many desktops, tablets, and mobile browsers as possible. Websites built using Website Builders are already responsive, meaning they automatically adjust to any screen size. Many sites using WordPress are also responsive. Listed below are the browsers fully supported for responsive websites. In all cases, JavaScript, cookies, and TLS 1.2…

What shows in the WHOIS directory?

When a domain is registered, the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers, or ICANN, requires us to gather contact information for the person or business registering the domain name, known as the Registrant or Domain Holder. The WHOIS directory information displayed may vary, depending on the protection plan you have chosen for your domain. Domains registered with Basic Privacy Domain name: Registry data: Updated…

What is AutoSSL?

AutoSSL is a free alternative to paid SSL certificates. With AutoSSL, your sites are automatically secured with a free, Domain Validated (DV) SSL certificate by Sectigo. Your SSL certificate stays up-to-date and auto-renews on your behalf. Is there a limit to how many of my sites use AutoSSL? Any domain associated with an AutoSSL account gets an SSL certificate by…