WordPress 2019 – Gutenberg and Your Website

From WordPress 5.0 onwards the block editor will be the default editor for WordPress. The block editor, code-named Gutenberg, has been designed to make content creation easy for non-coders. You don’t have to be a geek to blog with WordPress.   Anything you can do with the classic editor can be done using the block editor. […]

Troubleshooting a Live WordPress Site

When you have a problem with your website, it’s often caused by one or more of the plugins or the active theme. Sometimes it’s because some plugins don’t play nicely together, especially when you have more than one plugin doing the same job. A typical example of this is having Google XML Site Maps plus […]

Updates

In this video we’re going to look at updates. WordPress itself, your themes, and plugins frequently require updating for new features, security, and bug fixes. When updates are required you’ll see a circle with the number in it next to the word Updates in your WordPress dashboard. If you have any content on your website […]

WordPress Dashboard

In this video we’re going to look at the WordPress dashboard. Your website dashboard may look somewhat different to mine. This is normal, and to be expected. Just as your theme controls the way your website looks to your visitors, your theme also controls the way your WordPress dashboard looks to you.

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