WordPress concepts

Your WordPress site has two faces. The public one, seen by everyone, and the behind-the-scenes face, known as the Dashboard. Access to the Dashboard is by login only, using a username and password. This is where you add and update the content of your site. This page...

Introducing WordPress

It is said that WordPress has been used to create over one third of websites worldwide. There are many other ways of making websites so why is WordPress so popular? WordPress is open source software. This means it is free to use, although if you’re feeling...

Logging into the Dashboard

Your WordPress site has two faces. The public one, seen by everyone, and the behind-the-scenes face, known as the Dashboard. This is where you add and update the content of your site. Access to the Dashboard is by log in only, using a username and password. This page...

The Dashboard

The Dashboard is where you can update and add to your website. You can only reach this by using your username and password to log in – see previous section. The screenshot below shows a typical Dashboard. Exactly what items appear as links down the lefthand side...

Local History websites

Whether your history group is starting from scratch, or has an existing archive of material I can help you. My structured and innovative websites create a comprehensive online archive for local history following recommended standards. At the same time we can use this...