I’ve had to do this a few times. I provide website maintenance for quite a few of my web design clients, and I always keep their WordPress websites up to date (see my previous blog post on this). Most of the time, everything goes off without a hitch, but sometimes, a plugin won’t work properly after upgrading. Rolling back to a previous version should be done after you’ve deactivated all of your other plugins to… continue reading »
Most themes in WordPress allow you to control what’s on the navigation menu bar. To set up your navigation menu, you’ll need to know how to log in to your WordPress admin area. Once logged in, go to Appearance –> Menus.
These days, most of my website projects are developed with WordPress. I use these plugins in many of my WordPress websites. They are all free of charge. ThreeWP Activity Monitor – Tracks all user activity including login attempts. If someone atttempts and fails to log in to your site, you can see what password they tried. If you are setting up WordPress sites with an ‘admin’ username, I suggest you use something else. Accounts named ‘admin’… continue reading »
WordPress is the most popular CMS. You’ll want to keep the WordPress version, themes, and plugins up to date to minimize hacking attempts into your website. To do the updates, just login to your dashboard, and click any of the circled areas to go to the Updates section. You’ll be taken to the main updates page.
First off, make sure that the Visual Tab is active. If it’s not, then click it, unless you’re an expert in HTML. You’ll need to click on the Add an Image button. You can see tooltips if you hover over any button for a few seconds.
If you’re not familiar with the WordPress admin section, you can follow this tutorial to learn how to add pages and blog posts.