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In this tutorial we will provide you with detailed instructions on how to install WordPress on your web hosting account. Follow these guidelines if you want to perform a new, manual installation of the latest WordPress version.

Follow these steps to install WordPress manually:




STEP 1
Download the WordPress installation package

To start the installation process, first you need to download WordPress from it's official download page. We recommend that you always download and install the latest stable version of WordPress.


Once you click on the Download button for the latest WordPress version, the installation package will be saved to your hard disk. Locate the installation package that you've just downloaded and extract it to a new folder.


STEP 2 Upload the WordPress Files to Your Server

Now, you need to upload the extracted files and folders to your web server. The easiest way to upload the installation files is via FTP. For detailed information on how to upload files via FTP, please check FTP Tutorial.
IMPORTANT!

If you want your WordPress to be the main installation on your account and to be accessible through your main domain (i.e. www.mydomain.com), you need to upload the extracted files to your public_html folder.
Once the download is complete, extract the archive and upload it to your web hosting account. You can do that via FTP using a client application like Filezilla or via cPanel -> File Manager -> Upload file(s). If you want this WordPress installation to be main for your website, the files should reside in the public_html folder of your account. However, you can always make a subfolder (i.e. public_html/blog) if you want to run only part of your website on WordPress.




STEP 3 Create a MySQL Database for WordPress to use

Now, you need to create a MySQL database and assign a user to it with full permissions. For detailed instructions on how to do that, please follow the steps described in tutorial on How to Create MySQL Username and Database. Once you create your MySQL Database and User, make sure you write down the database name, database username and password you've just created. You will need those for the installation process.




STEP 4 Go through the installation process

Now it's time to navigate to your website to start with the installation process. If you have uploaded WordPress in your public_html directory you'll need to go to http://yourdomain.com in your preferred browser. The first thing you will notice is a message, telling you that you don't have a wp-config.php file and you should create one. Just click on the Create a Configuration File button to proceed.


On this page you will see a message, asking you to prepare the necessary information for the installation. Since we already have this information, simply press the Go! button.


Enter the details for your newly created MySQL database and press the Submit button


WordPress will now check if your settings are correct. If you have entered all the necessary information, you will see a confirmation screen. Press the Run the Install button to proceed.


On the next screen you will have to enter the information about your administrative username and the title of your new site. In addition, you can specify whether you'd want search engines to index your site or not. Once you fill in that information, press the Install WordPress button. Bear in mind, however, that you should specify a real email address. It can be later used in case you forget your password.

THAT'S IT!

Your new WordPress application is installed. You can use the Login In button to access your administrative backend and start posting in your new site.
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Nowadays advertisement is essential part of most of the websites on the Internet. In this tutorial we will show you how to add banners to different parts of your WordPress site. Most of the websites that offer banners will provide you with the entire banner code so all you have to do is decide where you want to place the banner and follow the instructions below.


How to add banners to your sidebar

It is common practice to use your sidebar to add banners. There are two ways to do this - if your theme supports widgets in your sidebar, you can add a Text widget with your banner code in it, or you can add the code directly to the sidebar.php file of your theme.

If your theme supports widgets, go to Appearance -> Widgets. Then, drag a Text widget to the appropriate widget area. In our case that would be "Main Sidebar". For the purpose of this tutorial, we will place this widget right under the search field. Finally, paste the banner code in it, set a title for the widget (that's optional, leave it empty if you don't want to have a title above your banner) and hit the Save button.


This will place the banner you want into the sidebar of your WordPress site.


If your theme does not support widgets you'll need to add your banner code directly into the sidebar.php. You can edit this file from the Appearance -> Editor part of your WordPress admin page.


How to add banners into a single post or page

If you want to add a banner into the body of your post or page, simply open the Text mode of the WordPress editor and paste the banner code in it.


This will add the image between the two sample paragraphs of this post. You can use the WordPress WYSIWYG editor in order to reposition or align this banner in order to make it look with the rest of your post or page.




How to add banners above or below all posts or pages

To add banners above or below all your posts or pages, you need to add the banner code inside the single.php or page.php files of your WordPress themes. Both files have similar content but they handle different parts of your site - your posts (single.php) and your pages (page.php). You can edit those files by logging to your WordPress admin area and going to Appearance -> Editor.

If you want to add the banner above your posts and pages, locate the following code:
<?php while ( have_posts() ) : the_post(); ?>
Right after it add the code of your banner. This will add your banner above the all of your page and post titles. Of course, you can add CSS styling in order to make it look according to your needs.



How to add banners to your header or footer

Adding banners to your footer or header depends on the theme you're using. If it has widget area added to its footer or header, you can follow the instructions in the first part of this tutorial for adding banners to the sidebar.

On the other hand, if your theme does not have widget areas added to the footer/header areas, you need to add your banners manually. To do this login to your WordPress admin page and go to Appearance -> Editor. For the purpose of this tutorial, we will add a custom SiteGround banner to your header. Since we will add the banner to the header of the site, select header.php from the list of files available for edit. Note that the code inside this file will be different depending on your theme. You need very basic HTML skills in order to add this banner.


First, find the opening of the body tag. In the twenty-twelve default WordPress theme it looks like this:
<body <?php body_class(); ?>>
Right after this add the following code:
<div class="headerbanner"><a href="BANNERLINK" target="_blank"><img src="LINKTOIMAGE" width="200" height="50" /></a></div>
You need to replace BANNERLINK and LINKTOIMAGE with the URL where you want the banner to point to and the link to the banner image. Finally, replace the width and height parameters with the actual dimensions of the banner image.

This code will render your banner on top of your site. Note that depending on the theme you're using, you may need to move the code in order to place it wherever you want.


Note that we wrapped the banner into a div element. We did this because we want to style this banner further. To do this, select style.css from the right column and when the page refreshes, add the following lines:
.headerbanner { display:block; margin: 10px auto; width: 480px}
This will center the banner and add some top margin making it look much better. Of course, this is just an example - you can use the full power of CSS in order to style the banner the way you want it.


Adding a banner to the footer is basically the same with one small difference - you need to open the footer.php file instead of the header.php one. Then, all you need to do is paste the code where you want to display the banner.


Use plugins to show banners on your page

If you want to display more than one banner on a page, track the ads you show, and more advanced functionality, it is advisable to use one of the available WordPress plugins for banner management.
Since it depends on your particular site structure and needs, we suggest that you browse through the banner plugins in the WordPress Plugins Directory in order to find the extension that will best fit your needs. Once you do that, you can install it as any other WordPress plugin following the instructions in our tutorial on How to Install WordPress Plugins.
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The first thing you see when you access your WordPress admin panel is the Dashboard. It is a collection of gadgets that provide you information at a glance so you don't have to navigate through different pages to get it. For example, you can see the new comments, make a quick draft post, see the latest WordPress news and more.


To configure what information you want to see on your WordPress Dashboard, click on the Screen Options button in the top-right part of your screen. It will expand a panel that will allow you to check and uncheck the different information blocks you want to see/hide.


Once you have the gadgets you want to use displayed, you can rearrange them by simply drag-and-dropping them around your screen. Note that since WordPress version 3.8 your admin panel is responsive. This means that depending on the size of your display you will see different number of available columns for your widgets.


In addition, when you install different plugins, some of them may provide you additional Dashboard gadgets to use. For example, if you have a WooCommerce-based store you can display things like your recent orders, monthly sales graph and more on your dashboard. Those can be shown or hidden from the Screen Options panel too.

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Depending on the theme you're using for your WordPress site there are different set of changes you can make to your site from within your admin panel. In this tutorial we will show you how to do some of the changes to your site using the Customization page. For the purpose of this tutorial we will use the Twenty Fourteen theme.


How to Access the WordPress Customization Page

To start customizing your WordPress theme, first go to Appearance -> Themes page.



On this page, locate the active theme (Twenty Fourteen in our case) and click on the Customize button next to its title.


The next screen will take you to a page that you can use to modify your WordPress theme in real time. On the left you will see a list of the available options and on the right a live preview of your site and how those changes will affect it.


How to Modify your WordPress Title and Tagline

The theme customization page allows you to modify your site's title and tagline and see how it will look on your actual site immediately. To do this, expand the Site Title & Tagline group of settings and alter the text. As you type you will see the new text showing up in the preview on your right side. Once you're happy with the result, simply click on the big Save & Publish button.




Customize your WordPress Front Page

WordPress allows you to choose between two options for your front page - a static page or a list of the latest blog posts with part of their content. This is another setting that you can config from the theme customization page. Expand the Static Front Page tab and you'll see the available options.


By default WordPress will show your latest posts on the front page. However, you can change that option to A static page. This will open two more options for you - to select a page to be displayed on your front page and on which page your blog posts should be shown. For both options you'll be able to choose from the list of all the pages you've published. If the list is empty this means that you don't have a single Page created in your site.



Additional WordPress Theme Customizations

Depending on the theme you're using there might be additional options in that page. For example, the Twenty Fourteen theme allows you to modify its site title & background colors, add a background image and more. Once you're happy with the result, simply click on the Save & Publish button to save the changes.

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In this tutorial we will provide you with detailed instructions on how to install and activate themes in your WordPress site. Check out our WordPress themes Portfolio for many free designs that you can choose from!

Follow these instructions in order to Install a new WordPress Theme:

  • Access install theme functionality in your WP admin
  • Choose and Install a theme from the official WordPress theme directory
  • (alternatively) Upload a theme you have already downloaded



  • Access install theme functionality in your WP admin

    The first thing you need to do when you want to install a new WordPress theme is to login to your site admin page. Once there, go to Appearance -> Themes.



    Here, you will see all the themes you have currently installed in your application. To add another one, simply click on the Install Themes tab.


    On this page there are two ways to add a new theme. You can either use the search field which will return results from the WordPress.org theme directory or you can upload a theme from your local hard drive. In this tutorial we will show you how to add themes in both ways.


    Choose and Install a theme from the official WordPress theme directory

    The easiest way to install themes to your WordPress site is if they are listed in the official themes directory. This allows you to search for the theme you need directly from your site admin page. Each theme in the official directory has to have Tags that describe its functionality allowing you to easily search for the right theme.

    If you know the theme's name, you can simply search for it.


    However, usually that's not the case. This is why, you can use the Feature Filter. For example, you can search for a Black and White, Two columns theme that has Flexible Width. Simply check those tags and press the Apply Filters button.


    You will now see all themes that meet your search. Hover over any of them and you will see two options - to see a demo of the theme or to install it. Once you choose which theme you want to use for your site, press the blue Install button.


    Your WordPress application will download and install the theme for you. Simply click the Acticate link on the next page you will be redirected to.


    That's all - you can go to the front page of your site to see its new looks.



    Upload a theme you have already downloaded

    If you have a theme that's not listed in the WordPress.org directory, you can simply upload it from the Themes -> Install Themes section in WordPress. To do this click on the Upload link at the top of the page.


    Now, click the Choose File button, select the archive of your theme from your local computer and press the Install Now button.


    In few seconds, WordPress will upload and extract the theme archive for you. All you need to do next is to press the Activate link under the message for successful theme installation.


    That's it! You can now go to the front end of your site and see the newly activated theme.
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    Comments are essential part of almost every WordPress website. It is important to have your comments free of spam and allowed under the pages or posts you want them to appear. In this tutorial we will provide you with detailed information on how to moderate and secure your comments, how to manage them per post or page, how to use external comment service and more.

    The WordPress Comments tutorial covers the following topics:



    What are Comments and Pingbacks

    If comments are enabled (which they are by default) your visitors can share their thoughts on your content under your post. These are called comments. Comments are great for your website because they show you which of your content is becoming popular and what is your visitors opinion on what you write.


    The way your comments are shown on your site depend on your WordPress comments settings and on the theme you're currently using.


    What are Pingbacks

    When people cite or use your entire blog post linking to you, WordPress automatically sends a pingback to the content author. This way you can keep track on who is linking to you. In addition that's a way of acknowledging someone's authorship on certain content. You will see your pingbacks in the Comments section of your WordPress admin area. They will be listed amongst the regular comments. You can distinguish pingbacks from regular comments because the anchor text of the link to your site is automatically placed in square brackets by WordPress.



    Configure Comments

    The available settings for your comments are listed under Settings -> Discussion tab in your WordPress admin panel.


    On this page, there are several important settings that you should change depending on your needs:
    • Allow people to post comments on new articles - this setting handles whether the comments under your new posts are enabled or disabled by default. Note that enabling or disabling comments under a particular post or page will overwrite this setting.
    • An administrator must always approve the comment - if you want to moderate each comment that enters your site before it goes live, enable this option. If you do so, you'll have to activate new comments form the Comments page.
    • Show Avatars - by default, WordPress will link the commenter's email address to his/hers avatar in Gravatar if such is present. With this option, you can either hide or show avatars next to your comments.


    Protect Comments from Spam with Akismet

    Setting up Akismet for your WordPress site is one of the first things you should do. Spam is a global problem and often WordPress comments are the place when bots try to enter bogus content full of links to their sites. Akismet is an external service for battling spam. It has a database of known emails, IP addresses and username used for sending spam. When a visitor of your website submits a comment, it's being checked by Akismet and put in a special Spam folder if it matches any criteria. The first thing you should do is to go to the Akismet website and hit the Say Goodbye to Comments Spam button.


    Once you have your key, go back to the admin panel of your WordPress site and install the Akismet plugin. If you need assistance in the plugin installation, check out the instructions in our tutorial on how to install WordPress plugins (Search UTS Sites). Once activated the Akismet plugin will require from you to activate your Akismet account. To do this, press the blue button that will appear above the table of installed plugins.


    On the next page, simply enter your Akismet key and press the Use this Key button.


    That's it, your Akismet plugin is set and working on your WordPress site. You will see a confirmation of this and the information about the current status of the Akismet servers.
    Next, follow the instructions on the Akismet site to create an account. Once ready, you will be provide with your Akismet Key.


    Disable Comments on Specific Pages or Posts

    Sometimes, you may wish to disable the comments for certain page or post. For example, your Contact Us page with a simple mail form on it shouldn't have comments under it. In such cases, you can disable the comments for a particular post or page. To do this, open the post/page itself and scroll down until you reach the Discussion tab. In it, uncheck the Allow comments and Allow trackbacks and pingbacks to display them from showing on this particular post or page.