One strength of WordPress is that it uses an interface that most of us have seen before. We’re familiar with application dashboards, page editors that look like Word processors, and changing an app’s settings. Because of that, WordPress is a manageable tool for many users.
It’s really easy – all too easy – to lift images from the web. If you’re creating web content, don’t do it. If you work for a business or non-profit you could get yourself and your organization in trouble. That’s as good a reason as any to refrain from doing the easy thing.
WARNING: Test your theme on a test site. Do not do any of the following on a live site!!
This tip is too obvious. It certainly applies to logging into any site, not just the WP admin.
In your effort to have a successful WordPress site, one of the biggest choices you’ll have to make is selecting a theme best suited to your needs.
You Have A Problem With A Plugin So You Deleted And Re-installed it. Still Have The Same Problem. Why Is That?
This happens a lot and is the subject of much frustration from you WP site owners.