About this Series
- Lessons: 6
- Total Time: 0h 25m
- Use: Watch Online & Download
- Access Period: 14 Days
- Created At: 07/11/2010
- Last Updated At: 07/11/2010
Wordpress is a best known as a great blogging platform, but it's probably even more popular as a CMS (content management system)to build and manage increasingly more sophisticated websites without any software code.
If you are thinking about starting a business and want a custom website, learn how to build and manage your own site with Wordpress. The free website solutions or the ones that only charge $4.99 don't allow much customization, and hiring a web developer will have you tied into them to make fixes when needed.
Take a few minutes to learn Wordpress.org and you'll be able to build you own websites for anything!
About this Author
- Zpop Media
- 6 lessons
None of the lesson in this series have been reviewed.
Below are the descriptions for each of the lessons included in the series:
How to register a domain name at GoDaddy.com
The first step towards building your own websites. Learn how to easily navigate through the GoDaddy.com site to get your domain name registered.
How to set up hosting for a website w/ MediaTemple
Learn how to quickly and easily set up a website hosting account at MediaTemple.net, where you can have as many websites as you want on a shared grid network server for $20/month.
Setting and pointing nameservers
How to direct your domain names from GoDaddy to the hosting provider of your choice (in this case we use Media Temple.)
Installing Wordpress.org with Media Temple 1 click
How to install the Wordpress.org platform on your Media Temple server using Media Temple's one click install feature.
Choosing your Wordpress theme
How to find thousands of themes (free and premium) for your new Wordpress website. No need for a designer anymore!
Create your first Wordpress website webpage
Now that your CMS is installed and ready to go, you can start creating pages and building your site.
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