Starting up a blog: WordPress Site Design.
There is something about WordPress that has to be noted.
WordPress.com which powers a lot of sites, as it gives everyone who signs up a free site, and if you’re not satisfied offers paid plans, but it’s not compulsory you get a plan aside from the free one.
WordPress.Org is a site which helps many people who are self-hosting but using WordPress. This is paid hosting, there is no free plan, apart from widgets and plugins, which can be found at WordPress.org. It has a lot more flexibility than WordPress.com and you can do a lot with it.
Both have a very similar interface especially if the self-hosted site has Jetpack enabled, makes running the site a lot easier and smoother.
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The Blog’s Theme
The first aspect of designing a blog is choosing the right theme…
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