I want to create a website with WordPress, but I don’t know where to start.
We’ve all been there. WordPress is by far the easiest way to create a website. And even so, building a website could be very confusing. That’s why in this WordPress Tutorial, we will provide you with the information necessary to create both simple and complex websites. So you won’t have to figure out everything by yourself.
You check out our full guide on how to create a website with WordPress, or you can dive in the separate tutorials.
In which case, the first thing you should know is How to Install WordPress. Once that is cleared, and you’ve installed WordPress on your chosen domain name, you’ll need to Enter the WordPress Admin Panel.
On the other hand, if you are not at all familiar with WordPress, we highly recommend you to check out our Start Here section and take the time to learn the terminology, so you’ll be able to use the CMS the right way. And furthermore, to understand the tutorials effortlessly.
NB! Don’t forget to Update Your WordPress
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