Theme Frustration

Theme Frustration

The single biggest complaint I get about WordPress themes: “I can’t get it to look like the demo theme!”  Thousands of themes are purchased that never get used.  Why? Because the buyer can’t figure out how to set them up.  The reality is that most themes aren’t very user friendly.  They require knowledge of featured…Continue Reading

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Setting up Self-Hosted WordPress in 30 minutes or Less

Setting up Self-Hosted WordPress in 30 minutes or Less

Using WordPress for your website or blog is easy.  Understanding the difference between WordPress.com and self-hosted WordPress not so much (see a complete analysis here.) In a nutshell, WordPress.com is a third-party blogging platform (bottom line, they own your site/blog when you use their platform) and self-hosted WordPress is you using WordPress as a platform…Continue Reading

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The Difference Between Self-Hosted WordPress & WordPress.com

The Difference Between Self-Hosted WordPress & WordPress.com

By far the most common question I get is, “What is the difference between self-hosted WordPress and WordPress.com?” The quick answer is:  Wordpress.com is a free, but limited, blogging platform and self-hosted WordPress is a framework to build your own site/blog on using themes or custom designs to control the appearance of your site. Let…Continue Reading

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