Posts and pages look quite similar WordPress, but they are not the same. Both are accessible from the WordPress dashboard. You can create as many posts and/or pages as you like, and both are created, edited and published similarly. So, what’s the difference? Read more
Logging into WordPress only takes a few seconds.
You can log in directly through your web browser. The login address is usually the domain name of the WordPress site you wish to access, followed by wp-admin. For example, if your domain name is mydomain.com, the login address would be: http://mydomain.com/wp-admin Read more
WordPress comes with a plethora of themes. These themes include files that control the overall structure and functionality of your website.
You can customize these themes to match your brand and style. However, if you ever update the theme, all your customizations will be lost with it. That is, unless you’ve created a child theme for the original (or parent) theme. Read more
At Precision Web Crafting, we get lots of questions from our clients on whether they can use WordPress to build a regular website? That is, a website without the look and feel of a traditional blog site. Read more
You may need to know which version of WordPress you’re running for many reasons. Maybe you’re not sure if you already have the latest version. Or maybe your current version is incompatible with your theme or plugin, and you need to downgrade or upgrade, but want to check first.
Whatever the reason, there are a number of options available. Read more