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Back End

This is the fifth in a five part series called WordPress Basics. Lastly, we now come to Word press’s backend. This is the WordPress dashboard, where you can install these, as media, install plugins as well as creating pages, blog posts and much more. This is normally seen by the administrator of the WordPress website….

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Front End

This is the forth in a five part series called WordPress Basics. If a website has a database, the likelihood is that it has two interfaces – the front and the back, the front is what the visitor sees. This is called the front end. The front end will show all your website’s information, such…

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Database

This is the third in a five part series called WordPress Basics. Nearly every website today is database driven, your WordPress database holds all your text, links, login details and settings for your website. Every page is called up by the website searching your database and then pulls the relevant information for you. These sites…

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Theme/template

This is the second in a five part series called WordPress Basics. This is probably the most powerful part of a WordPress site, and it’s the theme. In the past, if you wanted to update your site, this had to be done page by page, adding all the text and images separately. This was time…

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