Learn to use WordPress. This blog post will guide you through from the basics to the more advanced concepts of WordPress. I am going to show you a couple of ways you can start using plugins and install them to your website. Plugins are a powerful way to enhance your website functionality. If you do not have a WordPress Website yet you can head over to the blog post named WordPress For Beginners Training in Auckland for more info.
Learn to Use WordPress – Add Plugins To WordPress
Once you log into your website dashboard, click on plugins. You can see all the plugins that are currently on your website. Find the plugin you are looking for by typing the plugin name in the search box. After that, click on install then it will automatically download and install the plugin onto your website. You will receive a message with a link that tells you the plugin installed successfully. Then click on the link to active the plugin.
Learn to Use WordPress – Picks For the Top WordPress Plugins
There are literally thousands of plugins that are available on WordPress. If you are new to WordPress, you are probably not going to be familiar with which ones to install.
Tiny MCE Advanced: If you are creating your Web Pages you definitely will spend a lot of time on posts and pages. Tiny MCE Advanced can help you add, remove and arrange the buttons that are shown on the Visual Editor. So, this allows you to control what type of features that you want available.
Contact Form 7: Creating a contact form on your website is a useful way to acquire your visitors contact information such as their name, email address and even have them sign up for a month newsletter. Contact Form 7 allows you to manage multiple contact forms. You also can customise your contact form by Adding fields to your form.
Yoast SEO: It is one of the best SEO plugins for WordPress. Yoast SEO offers everything you need to completely optimise your website.
Google Analytics: It has 600,000+ active installs with high ratings. Google analytics allow you to track your blog visitors such as where they are coming from and what page are they visiting.
Bloom: This plug-in allows you to create email option forms on your websites. Once visitors enter their contact details into those forms you can email your visitors at will. There is also a lot of layouts available to you for optimising your service.
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