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Hi Everyone. I’ve been working a lot with WordPress lately, and have found that many folks trying to start or maintain a business at home have difficulties figuring out the ins and outs of WordPress. So, I’m going to start a series on WordPress basics that will run for the next couple of months. I hope that it will help those of you who have questions about WordPress basics. Once we finish with the basics, I’ll go back and work on some more advanced subjects.
I will not go through the very basics though – i.e., getting WordPress installed at your hosting provider. There are so many providers out there, that getting up and running on the various providers is way beyond the scope of my tutorials. Here though are a few links to some popular hosting sites for their WordPress installation steps:
Once you have WordPress installed, we’ll start off with the very basics. The WordPress Dashboard!
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In a few days we’ll have another section of tutorials on creating blog posts.