WordPress Website Owner’s Manual: The Illustrated User’s Guide for WordPress Websites and Blogs

WordPress Website Owner’s Manual: The Illustrated User’s Guide for WordPress Websites and Blogs by Marsha Perry
English | 28 Aug 2016 | ASIN: B01L7MU266 | 72 Pages | PDF | 2.32 MB

Do you have a WordPress website or blog that you’d like to update but aren’t sure how to do it? Maybe you want to change some text. Maybe you’ve heard about sites getting hacked and want to keep your site safe. Also, what about search engines? Wasn’t the whole point of getting a WordPress site that you’d be able to do some of these things yourself? But now it looks pretty complicated and you’re not sure where to start.

The problem is that you’re missing a key piece of the puzzle. Your site didn’t come with an owner’s manual. So here it is! The WordPress Website Owner’s Manual shows you how to manage, update and take care of your WordPress website.

The book is written by a WordPress professional who takes you step-by-step through common tasks. The language is easy to understand. The manual has plenty of images so that you can actually see what buttons to click and how things should look.

Do you want to know how to edit pages and posts? The WordPress Website
Owner’s Manual includes information on:

Adding images

Working with links

Adding featured images

Post categories

Post tags

Adding posts and pages

Scheduling posts in advance

Custom menus

Toolbar controls:

Other Topics Covered in the WordPress Website Owner’s Manual:
How to pick good WordPress plugins, plus a list of the author’s favorite plugins

Adding widgets to your site’s sidebars

The basics of Search Engine Optimization (SEO)

Troubleshooting after a WordPress update

Resources for the website owner

This book is perfect for the small business owner or entrepreneur who already has a WordPress website.

The book doesn’t have any information how to set up a WordPress site or picking a theme. The WordPress Website Owner’s Manual was written for people who already have a website and want to save money and time by taking care of it themselves.





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