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Part 1 – Understanding the Steps in the Process

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Really there are four big steps in this process. Copy and Move the Site Transfer Content to WordPress Styling Thesis to Match the Old Site Copy the Development Site to the Live Site The first step is to copy and move the site from one host to another. However, if your live site is on

Lesson 3 – Part 6 – Configuring WordPress to be Like a Traditional Website

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We just finished talking about the 3 Different Ways to Use WordPress and now we’re going to look at one of those ways, using WordPress as a traditional or static website, in depth. In order to use WordPress as a static site for a small business you have to set some configurations because as I

WordPress 3.9 Crash Course – Part 9 – Configuring WordPress to be like a Traditional Website

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To use WordPress 3.9 as a traditional or static website, you have to set some configurations because as I mentioned WordPress comes pre-configured to be used as a blog. If you want to create sites like Dendron, London Translations or Jackie Jacobson’s then we need to adjust some settings for starters. What we're going to do

WordPress 3.9 Crash Course – Part 8 – 3 Different Faces of WordPress

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Now we’re going to talk about the ways in which you can use WordPress. This is more of a conceptual conversation rather than a how to one. WordPress started as a blogging platform and it was only useful to people who wanted to create a blog. But a blog can be anything, right? It started

Static Site Plus a WordPress Blog or Just a WordPress Site?

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In this session we discuss how to choose a site format between a Static site plus a WordPress Blog or just a WordPress site. We also talk about what the advantages and disadvantages are with each to help you consider which would work well for you. Jeff, I’m going to unmute your microphone here for

Lesson 3 – Part 5 – 3 Different Faces of WordPress

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As part of this Install and Configure WordPress for Your Site lesson we’re going to talk about the ways in which you can use WordPress. This is more of a philosophical conversation rather than a how to discussion. And while we begin by discussing the blog we focus more on using WordPress as a Traditional,

Lesson 3 – Install & Configure WordPress on your Site

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In this video tutorial lesson you will learn how to install and configure WordPress on your site. WordPress is the world's leading web development platform. You can do virtually anything a business website may need to do easily. Now that the preliminaries are out of the way - you have a domain name, a hosting