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WordPress Made Super Simple - How Anyone Can Build A Professional Looking Website From Scratch: Even A Total Beginner

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WordPress Made Super Simple - How Anyone Can Build A Professional Looking Website From Scratch: Even A Total Beginner

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Aug 25, 2014


WordPress For Beginners: Everything You Need to Know & More…

What experts Jack Davies and Sarah Wylie teach you in this easy to understand WordPress Kindle eBook:

• Exactly how to register your own domain - and the mistakes to avoid.

• How to get the best hosting – we reveal the hosting companies that WordPress actually recommends you use.

• How to get WordPress installed and up and running with a few mouse-clicks.

• Exactly how to design and build a 100% professional-looking website - NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY.

• How to add and format your content.

• How to use graphics and images.

• Exactly which themes, plugins, and widgets you should be using.

• Everything explained in simple, easy to follow stages - this really is WordPress for beginners…

… and plenty more practical help and advice…

"The secrets of WordPress for dummies and everyone else without a degree in HTML coding!"

Plenty of screen-shots and illustrations

No Waffle or Wasted Words - Just the Information You Need to Build Your Dream Website or Blog Using the Power of WordPress

Want a professional-looking website up and running in a few hours? But you don't want to pay expensive designers to do the job for you?

The solution to your problems is WordPress and Jack Davies and Sarah Wiley's new book, WordPress Made Super Simple - How Anyone Can Build A Professional Looking Website From Scratch: Even A Total Beginner

IMPORTANT: up-to-date and optimized for the very latest release of WordPress - get it NOW!

Aug 25, 2014

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WordPress Made Super Simple - How Anyone Can Build A Professional Looking Website From Scratch - Jack Davies

WordPress Made Super Simple

How Anyone Can Build A Professional Looking Website From Scratch: Even A Total Beginner

Fully updated to include WordPress 3.9.x


Jack Davies (with Sarah Wiley)

Version 2.1

Contains major revisions

New edition published August 25, 2014

What People are saying about

WordPress Made Super Simple

This is a great book for anyone that has zero experience using WordPress.

(Rick Krogh)

This is a well written crash course for anyone who wants to get a WordPress site up and running without any coding knowledge… While it doesn't cover everything in the granular detail of Dummies guide, for instance, it's also more up to date and a fraction of a price.

(James Beswick)

Taking the first steps to understanding a complex IT opportunity can be daunting. It was for me. I put off learning Wordpress for months...until I read this book. Yes, it's true! Wordpress became super simple.

(Jack G Hardy)

Phew! I've been trying to get my Wordpress website up and running for a few days without success. Thanks to this easy to understand and well-written book, everything suddenly becomes clear and I managed to get a website I could be proud of up and running in a couple of hours. Thanks!

(James-D Online)

"Easy to apply to the real world, it also allows the new user to use WordPress

almost instantly."

(Joe Connolly)

Please review this book

We intend to keep this book current and updated. Any comments you’d like to leave in your review would be very helpful when it becomes time to revise.

Table of Contents


Section 1: The Background

How Important is a Website?

What Is WordPress?

What Are The Advantages Of Using WordPress?

About Websites And Hosting

What’s The Difference Between and

What is a Domain and Why Do I Need One?

Choosing Your Website’s Name

What To Do If The Exact Domain Name Is Not Available?

Section 2: Getting Started

Registering Your Domain

Choosing The Best Hosting Company

Signing Up With A Hosting Company Step By Step

Installing WordPress In CPanel

Section 3: Making WordPress Work For You

Logging In And Out Of Your WordPress Dashboard

About Pages and Posts

What Are Categories & Tags?

What Are Widgets?

About Themes

How To Change Your Theme

Working With The Default Theme

Tweaking Twenty Fourteen Theme

How To Change Your User Password & Contact Email

Making Your Site Good To Go With Just A Few Clicks

About Plugins

Section 4: Adding Content

The Easy Way To Plan Your Website

How To Write A Blog Post

How To Add Images To Pages And Posts

How To Add Videos To Pages And Posts

Essential Pages

Adding A Contact Page Using Contact Form 7

Create An About Me Page

About Menus

Writing For The Web

Why Search Engine Optimization Has Changed Forever

The Basics Of SEO

The Secret Sauce of Search Engine Optimization

In Conclusion

Free WordPress Resources

Extract from SEO Made Super Simple

Also Available

Copyright Notice


You are moments away from building your first WordPress website…

We are Jack and Sarah and we’ve been building all kinds of websites since 1994. Jack is the technical expert and writer, Sarah is the non-geeky editor, whose job is to make everything as easy to follow and understand as possible.

This eBook is aimed at people who know little or nothing about building websites. If you are experienced in html or WordPress, then it may not be what you are looking for – visit our website to find another eBook more suited to your needs.

But if you don’t know a widget from a wallaby, then you’ve found your ideal guide to WordPress and to building wonderful websites from scratch.

We’ve divided the book into four sections. The first section is called The Background, which explains just about everything you need to know about websites, WordPress and how it all ties together.

Section 1: The Background

In this section I will get you up to speed with the whole concept of websites and blogs. I’ll explain what WordPress is, and tell you all you need to know about domains and hosting. By the end of it, you should be much more confident about building your first WordPress website.

How Important is a Website?

Today it is essential for every business to have a website. Whether you are a writer, run a bookshop, deal in coins, or are engaged in any one of a million other occupations, a website puts you and your products in front of the world.

Unfortunately, just having a website is not enough. It must be as good and as accessible as you can possibly make it. It will be competing for attention with many, many others: it’s been estimated there are something like 350 million out there at the moment, a figure that’s growing every day.

Old-fashioned, untidy or amateurish efforts can do more harm than good. Making a professional-looking site without WordPress can be a daunting task, especially if you’re not web-savvy and don’t have piles of cash to burn. But you need not worry.

Provided you follow the simple steps I show you in this guide and throw in a tiny amount of imagination, your website can be as good as any on the web.

What Is WordPress?

WordPress is a Content Management System (CMS). This is a techie way of saying a type of website where much of the work is already done for you. There are other content management systems out there, including Drupal and Joomla, but experts and users alike agree that WordPress is the best.

It was originally created back in 2003 as a tool for bloggers. A blog (short for web log) is a kind of online diary or magazine. Since then, WordPress has improved and evolved into a tool that allows anyone to create just about any kind of website they want.

Many small and medium-sized businesses now use WordPress, as do Hollywood stars and rock bands like The Rolling Stones. Even large corporations like Pepsi, Ben & Jerry’s, the Ford Motor Company, and eBay:

This is because it’s easy to use and involves no programming on the part of the user. WordPress is open source software, which means that hundreds of people around the world help develop it. It is free for anyone to use.

If you can use word-processing software like Microsoft Word or Pages for OSX, then you’ll be able to use WordPress. It uses the same kind

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