Category Archives: Wordpress

WordPress Tutorials Compilation

WordPress Tutorials Compilation

Here are the list of our WordPress Lessons and Tutorials

  1. Introduction to WordPress Content Management System
  2. Installing WordPress on WAMP server
  3. WordPress Dashboard
  4. How to Add User Account in WordPress
  5. Managing Posts in WordPress
  6. Managing Categories in WordPress
  7. Managing Pages in WordPress
  8. Managing Themes
  9. Managing Widgets
  10. Managing Plugins in WordPress

Managing Plugins in WordPress

WordPress: Managing Plugins

Plugins are tools to extend the functionality of WordPress.

Manage plugins:

1.      Login to your WordPress site using the administrator account.

2.      Click Plugins in the Plugins tab in your dashboard to go to the Plugins administration form.

WordPress Tutorial – Managing Widgets

Managing Widgets in WordPress

In this tutorial you will learn how to manage and customize your widgets in WordPress.

A widget is a small box of content, dynamic or not, that shows up somewhere on a widget-enabled site. Often, that location is in the sidebar of a blog. A widget area can be anywhere a theme developer wants it to be. Widgets provide a method of displaying your WordPress links, ads, text and other information in your sidebar. They provide a graphical interface with drag and drop capabilities.

WordPress Tutorial – Managing Themes

WordPress: Managing Themes

Themes are also called Templates of layout of your site. It gives your site the look, style and design. WordPress allows you to change the style of your site without knowing how to code in HTML and CSS. In this lesson we are going to learn how to manage themes in WordPress.

Manage Themes:

1. Login to your WordPress site using the administrator account.

2. Click Themes in the Apperance tab in your dashboard to go to the Themes administration form.

WordPress Tutorial – Managing Pages in WordPress

WordPress Tutorial – Managing Pages in WordPress

In this lesson we are going to learn how to manage Pages in WordPress.

Pages are similar to posts however pages are more static and aren’t generally expected to change that much.

Creating Pages:

1.      Login to your WordPress site using the administrator account.

2.      Click Add new in the Pages tab in your dashboard to go to the Page administration form.

WordPress Tutorial – Managing Categories in WordPress

WordPress Tutorial – Managing Categories in WordPress

In this lesson we are going to learn how to Manage Categories in WordPress.

Categories are used for grouping post topics.

Creating Categories:

1. Login to your WordPress site using the administrator account.

2. Click Categories in the Post tab in your dashboard to go to the Category administration form.

WordPress Tutorial – Managing Posts in WordPress

WordPress: Managing Posts

In this lesson we are going to learn how to manage posts in WordPress.

Posts are the main part of a blog. Every article that you publish in your blog will be considered as a post. Usually posts are same as blog entries.

Creating Post:

1.      Login to your WordPress site using the administrator account.

2.      Click Add New in the Post tab in your dashboard to go to the Add new Post form.

WordPress Dashboard

WordPress Dashboard is the page that you’ll see when you log into your WordPress administration area. In dashboard you are allowed to manage and perform several tasks, it also gives an overview of what’s happening and displays the statistics in your blog and displays some updates about WordPress development and plugins.

Installing WordPress on WAMP server

How to install WordPress on WAMP server?

In this lesson we are going to learn how to install a WordPress on a WAMP server.

Installing WAMP server

1. We have to setup first our WAMP server on our machine. Click this link http://www.wampserver.com/en/download.php to download the latest version of wamp.

2. When the download is complete, Double click on the downloaded file and just follow the instructions. Everything is automatic. The WampServer package is delivered with the latest releases of Apache, MySQL and PHP. The default

3. The installation path of your WAMP server is located in c:\wamp