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Old 25-05-2018, 06:02 PM   #17
Banyan Tree
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Every week, we are committed to serve highly useful and important tips about web development and and graphic designing for every hardwarezone forumers! We strongly feel that designing is an exclusive art and its part of our social responsibility to share it to everybody; to create a strong awareness about it.

This week’s tutorial is about WordPress which is a popular CMS option for most web developers:

1. Choose A WP Theme that Compliments Your Company Brand

WordPress (WP) can be a fabulous platform to design your next website, and success is largely determined by the theme that you choose for your layout.Whatever theme you decide to go with, make sure you take the time to do the research to find which one best meets your needs. You will not only need a theme with great features, but one that has rock-solid support and will be around for many years to come.

2. Consider How Your WP Site Looks on Mobile Version

Be certain you have a WordPress theme that looks good on smartphones. More people are viewing websites on mobile devices today versus desktops by more than 10%. Many free WordPress themes that are responsive have formatting issues in the mobile view. If your mobile view doesn’t look good, consider using a WordPress mobile plugin.

3. Understand the Basics of Search Engine Optimization (SEO)

Before you start your WordPress site, you need to understand the basics of on-page search engine optimization (SEO), usability, and links. If you don’t, then you’re going to have a major headache down the line. Each of these can be easily edited through WordPress, but you may also want to install the Yoast plugin to make the process a little more streamlined.

4. Regularly Backup Your Site

One of the most important steps with your website is having an effective backup. If you’re making changes to a live site, you can use a tool like UpdraftPlus to take a backup within your dashboard, and restore the changes in one click. I also recommend setting up BackWPup to take an off-site backup on a regular schedule. That way, if you ever lose access to your backend, you’ve got everything you need to restore your website.

Part 2 of this tutorial will be continued next week…

Wordpress is a commonly used CMS tool that rose to fame for its blogging capabilities. However, if you feel that wordpress is something you are not familiar with, then don’t worry! We are here to educate users on choosing appropriate tools for your website development.

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