WordPress, some of you know, some of you might not know. I’m going to explain what is WordPress. Basically a WordPress website is any website that uses WordPress as its Content Management System also known as CMS.
Guide to WordPress
Firstly, WordPress has a loyal user base and scores of dedicated developers who bring better features to the system year-round.
What is Domain Name?
A Domain Name is your identity for users to identify your website. The domain name is part of your URL but not the URL. For example, www.mywebsite.com. The domain name is “mywebsite.com”.
Your domain name should preferably be short and memorable but always have a brand strategy in mind as well. Branding is, ultimately, the most important factor. A short and sweet domain name is great, but in the end, what you do with it is what counts, and make sure not to infringe on any copyrights with your domain name.
Choosing a Hosting Package
Choosing a hosting package can be difficult, even for veterans of the ’net. In this article, I’ll put in options that are clearly huge websites or the ones with highly customized needs.
There are three ways to go if you’re looking for a good package:
- Shared hosting,
- VPS hosting,
- managed WordPress hosting.
The one you pick will depend on your website’s needs and your budget.
Managing a WordPress Hosting
A managed WordPress package is actually very similar to getting a website from WordPress.com, which itself can be considered a managed WordPress host. You won’t need to complain about installing WordPress, it is safe, secure, and fast. You can start creating content within minutes and focus on what really matters.
Setting Up a Domain on a WordPress website
If you’ve bought a domain through your hosting provider, then you can probably skip this step because it is taken care of automatically. You’ll need to log into the website that you registered your domain with and change the name-servers for the domain.