WordPress 5 Gutenberg Editor
WordPress 5.0 was created to update the editor used to work with the content for web pages and blog posts. This new editor is called the “Gutenberg” editor and aims to improve your editing experience. Only ProPhoto 7 provides tools in the WordPress 5.0 “Gutenberg” editor. If you use ProPhoto 6 or earlier you must install the Classic […]
Using SSL Certificate and HTTPS Protocol
If you want your site to be used from a 'secure' https address, or if you want to setup an SSL certificate, this guide explains the steps you'll take - including one often-overlooked step that can be the difference between a site that works and one that has issues...
Webhosts Supporting WordPress one-click upgrades
Newer versions of WordPress can perform updates with the click of a button, but some web host configurations prohibit this ability. Check out this guide for more info.
Remove comments from pages and posts
How to remove comments from individual posts and pages within your blog.
Working with Pages
WordPress "Pages" are used for non-blog content on your site, and can be used to create a greeting page, pricing sheets, or any thing else you want on your site - learn how here. Great for creating a whole website within WordPress.
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Change your password in the "Users" > "Your profile" area. Keep your site secure!
Change Username or Add User
How can I change my WordPress username or make my current username more secure?
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