WordPress is a completely free tool used to create dynamic websites. At first, WordPress was created as blogging software. WordPress is so robust ever...Read More
Backup your database in cPanel prior to making changes. Login to phpMyAdmin to manage your WordPress database. Select your WordPress database from the...Read More
Login to WordPress admin dashboard Click on Settings >> General Fill in your WordPress Address and Site Address and click Save.
To access the WordPress dashboard you simply need to add /wp-admin to the end of the URL where you installed WordPress. For example: yourdomain.com/wp...Read More
Go to your WordPress login page (example.com/wp-admin) Click on Lost you password? at the bottom Enter the Username or E-mail of your WordPress admin ...Read More
As we will be editing the wp-config.php file using the cPanel File Manager, begin by logging into cPanel. If you already know how to open and edit thi...Read More
These steps will show you how to install plugin’s for wordpress. Inside the wordpress dashboard select “plugins” Next select “...Read More
This article will show you how to find and install a theme for your WordPress site. When you log in to your WordPress Dashboard, you will see your mai...Read More
Insert code inside your .index or .php home page replacing the appropriate coding. <!– Update your html tag to include the itemscope and item...Read More
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