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The previous tutorial we showed you how to create a Wordpress page. In WordPress, you can control the content that appears on the front page of your website. The front page is the default page that appears when someone navigates to your WordPress URL in a browser. If WordPress is installed to the domain's document root, that URL is yourdomain.com. If WordPress is installed to a subdomain or subdirectory, it would be something similar to blog.yourdomain.com or yourdomain.com/blog.
The most commonly changed settings made on the front page are:
To make any necessary changes, click on "Settings" in the left menu and then the "Reading" sub menu:
On the "Reading" sub menu you will see different changes you can make to your site.
Click on Save Changes once you are finished and any modifications you made will instantly show on your home page.
As we continue our Getting Started in Wordpress series, in the next tutorial we will cover how to install WordPress on an Addon domain.
|1.||What is WordPress?|
|2.||What can I Build with WordPress?|
|3.||How to Install WordPress through your cPanel|
|4.||Installing WordPress using Softaculous|
|5.||Explaining the WordPress Site Structure|
|6.||Logging into your WordPress Dashboard|
|7.||How to Write a WordPress Blog Post|
|8.||How to Create a WordPress Page|
|9.||How to Configure your Home Page in WordPress|
|10.||How to Install WordPress on an Addon Domain|
|11.||Installing WordPress on your Temporary URL|
|12.||How to Install Wordpress Manually|
|13.||Manually Uninstalling Wordpress|
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