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WordPress is the blog software that is installed on your website. In order to manage your WordPress blog and do things like add new content and images, change your blog’s appearance, etc., you need to first log into your WordPress backend (also referred to as your WordPress admin area). In the video below we’ll show [...]continue reading
These are the most common reasons your pictures aren’t showing up on your website: 1. You haven’t refreshed the web page. If you add an image to your site and then try to view the page, your web browser might be storing the old page instead of the new version that has the new image. [...]continue reading
WordPress is a free, Web-based software program that anyone can use to build and maintain a website or blog. WordPress started as just a blogging system, but has evolved to be used as full content management system and so much more through the thousands of plugins, widgets, and themes. Today’s WordPress is really a “content management [...]continue reading
Here’s a great WordPress resource: http://codex.wordpress.org/WordPress_Lessonscontinue reading
Log into your WordPress admin area by adding /wp-admin to the end of your URL. Once you’re logged into WordPress, click on your username in the upper-right hand corner (next to the Log Out option). Scroll down to the bottom of the page, where you are given the option to change your password. Click on [...]continue reading
To install a WordPress blog on your domain, follow these steps: – Sign up for a Brain Host account. You’ll receive an email containing your log in details for cPanel. – Log into cPanel and click on Fantastico De Luxe. – Click on WordPress (under Blogs). – Click on New Installation. – Follow the installation [...]continue reading
WordPress blogs can be extremely resource-intensive if you happen to experience a surge in traffic. Poorly implemented WordPress setups can place a high load on web servers and lead to interruptions of service or account suspensions for using too many resources. At Brain Host we allow up to 10% of CPR resources. Here are some [...]continue reading