Learning WordPress is one of the most useful things you can do, because so many websites use it as a platform. The knowledge you gain here is transferrable to other platforms, though we believe not all content management systems are created equal.
You will how to install your own WordPress site and gain some basic knowledge on how to add content. We also give some more advanced tips for advanced users who want to get more out of the WordPress system. We will continue adding to these over time. For more general website advice, see our FAQs page.
Manipulating images in WordPress
To add an image to your Page or Post, simply click the “Plus” button at the top of the Page/Post editing screen and scroll down to the Image block. From there, choose between uploading an image from your computer to the WordPress system, or using one previously uploaded in the Media libary. Follow the instructions and add the image. But… Read More >
First steps in using WordPress
If your WordPress website was created by Applegreen, this page is a refresher for the instructions you have already received. Otherwise, here are your first steps in using WordPress There is also a WordPress section in our Terms & Conditons. Were you looking for general information instead? See WordPress websites. Some examples? Try WordPress Portfolio. Where to log in If… Read More >
Installing a WordPress website
Applegreen Websites normally does this job for its clients. But I case you’re going it alone, here’s how to start installing a WordPress website. Minimum requirements WordPress needs Linux hosting and one database, placed on your own domain: those are the minimum requirements for installation. Most hosting companies offer a one-click install which downloads the files and manages the database… Read More >