I was facing a problem.
I had just modified my WordPress category structure, and all of a sudden, I had to change new categories for 50 posts on the blog.
At first, I felt my level of desperation rising. I had more meaningful tasks to do than going through each post and modifying their category information.
You can indeed build a nice-looking website with a free WordPress theme. But what happens when you encounter a bug in your theme and your site crashes?
You could contact the theme developer and ask for support. But what if there is no support in the first place?
In this tutorial, I’m going to show you how to create a WordPress website. But unlike other tutorials online, this one is different.
First, I don’t promote BlueHost or any other inexpensive web host on this post. I know that a lot of bloggers do that, but I’m not one of them.
Instead, I’m a firm believer in fast loading websites and excellent (and quick!) customer support. And from my expertise in hosting companies from the last 10 years, WPX Hosting is a clear winner.
This is a guest post by Lana Miro.
Nobody wants to spend extra time on website customization. That’s why powering your website with Elementor builder is hot this year. With it, you’ll tap into simple WYSIWYG customization, which is so convenient that both web developers and rookies choose it without a doubt.
Almost every website I have built has had a contact form. Once, you had to hand-code the form yourself or let someone else do it for you. But not anymore.
Especially if you are using WordPress, you have plenty of contact form plugins to choose from, and they do the heavy work for you.
But if you are using a WordPress page builder, installing yet another plugin is a bit frustrating. A much better solution would be if this basic website functionality was already built into the page builder.
This is indeed the case with Thrive Architect. You can build contact form pages “out of the box” when you use the Thrive Architect Contact Form element.