1.2 WHAT IS CONTENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (CMS)? Content Management Systems do what they sound like - they help you manage your content. Essentially, a CMS allows you to create/edit/delete your site pages without getting into the coding side of things. The content is largely stored in a site database, which lives on a web server, alleviating the need to back up hundreds of HTML files. Ecommerce websites, for example, use content management systems 90% of the time.Blogs use them too. Among the most notable are WordPress, Drupal, Joomla, Zen Cart and more..
1.3 RUNNING A WEBSITE USING WORDPRESS What You Need: Domain and Cpanel Hosting that supports MySQL databases and PHP. FTP Software – FileZilla Dashboard – Wordpress Control Panel
1.4 INTRODUCTION TO CPANEL HOSTING CPanel is one of the most popular online control panels that are designed to allow Webmasters complete control over their web presence. To accessCpanel: http://www.mydomain.com/cpanel OR http://www.mydomain.com:2082 Enter the username and password clik OK
1.4 INTRODUCTION TO CPANEL HOSTING Hosting Cpanel
Create Email Using Company Domain Eg. email: email@example.com Go to “Mail” tab and choose “email account”
Create Email Using Company Domain Step 1: Choose NameChoose Domain Enter PasswordClickCreate
Create Email Using Company Domain Step 2:Mail Client Configuration such as Microsoft Outlook
Create Email Using Company Domain Step 3a: ClikYes for Mail Client Configuration
Create Email Using Company Domain Step 3b: Click No, to access all email listing To access your email, click at “access webmail”
Create Email Using Company Domain Step 4: Enter password and Click Login
Create Email Using Company Domain Step 5: Choose Email Client to Open Your Email:
1.5 INTRODUCTION TO FTP - FILEZILLA FTP, or File Transfer Protocol, is the name of the application and the protocol used for moving files between two hosts on a TCP/IP network. One of the FTP software is FileZilla. Download the client version of Filezilla: http://filezilla-project.org/download.php?type=client
Check privacy settings to make sure you don’t block search engines to index your website.
Go to “setting” tab Privacy Click top option save setting
4.3CHECK DISCUSSION SETTING
Check discussion settings to reflect the way you want to handle comments, if you want to have people commenting or not. For a static business website without a blog you should disable commenting here.
4.3CHECK DISCUSSION SETTING
You also can disable comment during create a new post here:
4.4CHANGE READING SETTING
This is were you change the settings for use a static page or a blog page.Thisoption may not work if you use some premium themes as they will use the file home.php for the Home page layout. In those kind of themes you will find a separate template for a blog page.
4.5UPGRADE WEBSITE DATABASE
Current version (2.9.2), if older version you can upgrade by go to setting upgrade.