You can Google It. There are quite a few videos showing step by step how to use wordpress for almost anything. I've built a number of site that way over the past 3years but, it's constant changing so I'm not sure if this site is still up to date. wordpress-websitebuilder.com/wordpress-website-resources.
Wordpress themes are pretty easy to build from scratch, there are some good tutorials on the net on how to do this, a good one to look at is http://themeshaper.com/2009/06/22/wordp … -tutorial/
by Tori Canonge 4 years ago
Do you recommend buying a Wordpress theme or using a free one?I am in the process of building my first website and I'm learning my way around Wordpress.org. I have already purchased the domain and have things rolling, but now I want to get a theme that has good ad space built-in. I'm having...
by Mikeydoes 6 years ago
I can't really decide which theme I want. I have been suggested not to get a free one. I have heard Semiologic is awesome, but I'm not sure how much better it really is. If it is really worth it for me. and it is way better and easier to use, then there is now doubt I would want it. Any tips on the...
by Ultimate Hubber 6 years ago
Please share your favorite theme(s), free or paid...
by Nathan Bernardo 3 years ago
When I first started my 3 blogs I bought themes that were designed for SEO. At least that's how they were promoted, as being optimized for search engines. I started a new blog and decided to just use the free theme wordpress provides called Twenty-Fourteen. I like the look of it and it seems like a...
by Kindacrazy 7 years ago
Does anyone here write through word press and how do you like using it?
by mike202 6 years ago
I'm hoping someone in here knows if it's possible to identify a WordPress.org theme instead of just copying someone's theme files. Yes, unethical and maybe wrong, but Im at a loss otherwise.I've found a really cool theme I like, and want to use it as a baseline to my own site. Of course it wont be...
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