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How to Use Wordpress CMS The Beginner's Guide to Managing WordPress Website

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In this guide, we will take a closer look at managing your WordPress blog. Once you create your blog you will learn how to customize it, make design and layout changes, create your first post or page and much more.

The WordPress front and back ends
WordPress was first released on May 27 in 2003 by its founders Matt Mullenweg and Mike Little under licensed GPLv2 with released version was 0.7. Currently the version has reached the number of 5.2.2 which was released on June 18, 2019

The WordPress platform consists of two areas: your blog’s front end and back end. The front end is what your visitors will see when they come to your blog. Many of the tasks performed in the back end will be visible on the front end, such as theme customizations, plugin functionality enhancements and content publication. There are also actions that can be performed by you and your visitors directly from the front end of the blog, including commenting and so…
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Ultimate Guide: How to Make a Website in 2019 – Step by Step Guide (Free)

Are you looking to make a website? Starting a website can be a terrifying thought specially when you’re not techy. Don’t worry, you’re not alone. Having helped over 130,000+ people make a website with WordPress, we have decided to create the most comprehensive step by step guide on how to a make a website without learning how to code.

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Creating pages in WordPress
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Discussions about which plugins and solutions are best for WordPress users always generate a lot of debate. This is perhaps because there are so many fantastic WordPress plugins on the market and because we all use WordPress in different ways.

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If you’re on a tight budget, this list should serve you well.

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