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How To Build A WordPress Website On Your Own Domain,
From Scratch, Even If You Are A Complete Beginner

CONTENTS AT A GLANCE
QUICKSTART GUIDE – YOUR OWN WEBSITE IN 8 EASY LESSONS
Lesson 1. Register Your Domain And Sign Up For Web Hosting
Lesson 2. Install Wordpress On Your Domain
Lesson 3. How To Log In And Out Of Wordpress
Lesson 4. The Design Of Your Wordpress Website
Lesson 5. First Steps To A Perfect Website
Lesson 6. Add Your First Wordpress Page
Lesson 7. Add Your First Wordpress Post
Lesson 8. All About Widgets
IN-DEPTH GUIDE – DRILL DOWN TO THE WONDERS OF WORDPRESS
Lesson 9. Add Images To Your Wordpress Website
Lesson 10. Add A Video To Your Website
Lesson 11. The Power Of Text Widgets
Lesson 12. Custom Menus And Why You Should Use Them
Lesson 13. Set The Home Page Of Your Wordpress Website
Lesson 14. Choose And Change Your Wordpress Theme
Lesson 15. The Power Of Plugins
Lesson 16. Comments: Start A Dialogue With Your Visitors
Lesson 17. Users And Their Capabilities
Lesson 18. Search Engine Optimization (SEO)
Lesson 19. Behind The Scenes With HTML
Lesson 20. How To Be A Winning Wordpress Webmaster
Conclusion
About The Author

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Welcome to this WordPress beginner’s guide.
You are about to join thousands of other webmasters who have used this book to build
their own WordPress websites, from scratch, even if they were complete beginners!
Before we start, let’s make one thing quite clear. This book is deliberately short. That’s
because I want to take you through the basics of building your own website in the quickest
manner possible.
I want you to learn speedily without getting distracted by non-essentials or trivia. Sure,
you can buy a 1,000-page bumper WordPress guide that will turn you into a worldauthority(!)
but it won’t help you get online any quicker.
What I will promise you is that, if you follow along the lessons in this book, do exactly as
I tell you (yes, Ma’am!), step by step, then you’ll end up with your very own website that
you built yourself, even if this is the first time you have ever ventured into the online
world.
Why should I build my own website when I can easily get online for free?
Having your own web presence is now pretty much essential in today’s online world. Even
teenagers have their own pages on sites such as Facebook and many other social
networks. But the problem is that these free site-building services can come and go,
change the rules without notice, and impose restrictions. Some free services can shut your
site down if they don’t approve of your content.
Many will clutter up your site with trashy ads and your free site can disappear overnight if
the service goes bust or gets taken over. And they offer little or no technical support when
you really need it.

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