WordPress Tutorials

For Beginners and Advanced Users

Customize, Settings and Plugins for your WordPress Website

Updated: January 25, 2022
By: RSH Web Editorial Staff
WordPress Tutorials


WordPress is the most popular blogging system on the Internet today that allows updating, customizing and managing almost any website. WordPress can be referred to as an online, open source website building tool based on PHP and MySQL programming languages. In more advanced terms it is called a content management system (CMS). With Our step by step WordPress Tutorials you will find many articles to help with the creation or modifications of your WordPress website. From logging in to backups and installing themes. We have it covered


WordPress Dashboard

What's the real secret behind the popularity of WordPress?
In simple terms. Once you learn the ins and outs of WordPress, You will be able to create any type of website

WordPress is almost unlimited in its capabilities with hundreds of thousands of addons. Unlike most common Website builders out there that gives you just a basic site with basic tools

In order to start blogging or developing a website with WordPress you will need to login to the dashboard

The WordPress Dashboard allows you to control all of the details of managing your website

A shortcut area that allows you to access the behind the scenes controls. Previously known as the "Admin Bar"

The WordPress Dashboard "Settings" menu with options for various site settings

WordPress Color Schemes, Color Scheme Plugins. Color Tools and Resources

A graphical interface which provides all of the front end styling of your WordPress Website

How to Install a Theme. Also how to install free themes that are available in the WordPress.org theme’s directory

Both have their respective uses and can add very dynamic elements to your site

WordPress has a built in Post editor formatting options. Most formatting options can be found in the Post Editor ToolBar

WordPress has the ability to schedule your posts to be published at a future time

Posts are generally news or informational updates about a certain topic. Listed in reverse chronological order and can be tagged, categorized and archived

Pages are for content that is not specifically time dependent, or which is not "blog content"

Some WordPress themes include page templates that change the way your web-pages are formatted

Tags are a way to add an organizational structure to your WordPress posts. Categories are basic ways for you to organize your posts into different categories

A link is a word, group of words, or image that you can click on to go to a different URL, web page or a section within the current webpage

Using a visual element like Images or Photos are a great way to enhance your WordPress blog or Website

Media Library contains all the files you’ve uploaded to your WordPress site, A virtual repository of all files types such as images, videos, audio

WordPress Plugins are composed of PHP scripts that extend the functionality of your WordPress site

WordPress Widgets add additional content and features to your WordPress site’s sidebars

The built-in WordPress Menu feature allows you to create your own custom menus in place of your theme’s default menus

This allows Users to have different roles and different access privileges to your website

With WordPress, your site visitors can leave comments on posts and pages

Spammers often use spambots commonly known as "Email Harvesters" that will search the Internet for email addresses

A favicon is a small image you usually see next to the tittle of the websites you are browsing

Backing up your website can be a important step to make sure that all of your data is kept safe

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