Are you new to WordPress? Or maybe you’re not, but you’re still struggling with trying to create your website with WordPress. Well, don’t worry, because this short little resource post has got you covered.
WordPress has become my all-time favorite website design tool. I’ve used many others in the past including Wix, Moonfruit, Squarespace, you name it and chances are I’ve used it.
The problem with those types of website building tools is that, for the most part, they’re all template based.
With WordPress on the other hand, you can create a website to look completely unique, and a website to meet your specific goals or needs.
Yes, you can design a website that doesn’t look like ‘just another generic template’.
Right, below you’ll find 10 of the very best blog posts I’ve published on Magnet4Blogging on the topic of WordPress website design.
Check them out below, hopefully, you’ll find them useful.
If you’re starting from the complete ground up and looking for a reliable and affordable web host, complete with peace of mind security built in, then check out my step-by-step guide on finding the best web host for your WordPress website or blog.
The post contains seven important questions you need to ask yourself before deciding on a web host provider.
Like I said, WordPress is the best platform of any kind for building rock-solid websites.
I’ve been using WordPress for many years myself, but putting together a website should be planned out carefully before execution.
In this post, you’ll learn how to plan and successfully launch your new website or blog with WordPress.
Already have a business?
If it’s a website that you need to help you reach more customers online, then this post will teach you how to build a specific website for growing your business.
For all you savvy WordPress users out there, in this post, I share some of the best tools I’ve used, and I’m still using today, to help me design beautiful, functional WordPress websites.
Still holding on to the free WordPress theme you installed five years ago?
Well, it’s high-time that you considered investing in a premium quality theme.
Read this post to find out.
When it comes to WordPress plugins, there so many to choose from.
It can be a pretty daunting task trying to identify which ones to use for your small business website.
Well, this post has got you covered. You’ll discover 10 of the best WordPress plugins to rock your small business website.
These aren’t just the best, they’re also the most useful plugins you can use.
One of the most frequently asked questions when it comes to WP plugins is, how many should you install?
Well, that depends on several factors. One of which being, what are you trying to achieve with your website?
In any case, in this post, you’ll learn what you need to consider before deciding how many plugins you need for the job.
Whether you’re launching a new website or simply making improvements on your existing WordPress site, one great way to let your website visitors know what is happening is by creating an ‘Under Construction Page’.
There are some huge benefits for using an ‘Under Construction’ page, especially if you already have a website that gets regular visitors.
You’ll discover more in this tutorial post. Click here to read it.
A custom home landing page for your website or blog helps you to achieve several things –
In this post and video tutorial, you’ll learn how to build a custom homepage (like the one for this website) using one of my favorite WordPress tools, Thrive Architect.
Check out the post and tutorial here.
Last but not least, here’s a monster resource post with links to all of my favorite, and most useful, WordPress website design and development tools, apps, and services.
Check them all out here.
So, there you have it. Hopefully, you’ll find this little resource post useful. I’ll continue to update it in the future as and when I create new content on the topic of WordPress and web design.
You can also use the search box in the footer of this website to find a particular WordPress or website design related post, I have hundreds more.
Best of luck.
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