Managing Your Site: Basics

  • Editing Images with the WordPress Media Library

    Note: Click on the images in this article to view them at full size.Sometimes you need to make minor adjustments to an image on your website to make it fit a page's layout better. Thankfully, WordPress gives you the tools to ...
  • Updating WordPress Software & Plugins

    If you are experiencing bugs/glitches on your site, slow speeds, security issues, or simply want the latest features, it’s probably a sign that it’s time to update your plugins. WordPress will automatically no...
  • Absolute Links Vs. Relative Links

    Most internet users know that a link is a clickable feature of a website that takes the user to a certain webpage or other location using an address called a URL. But some may not know that there are two ways that link's address can be formatted...
  • Adding an FAQ Section

    In this Website Training Module, w...
  • How To Change A Menu Item

    You notice your menu has one page that needs to be added and one that needs to be removed. How do you do this? It's simple, follow these steps. Before we start, make sure that you're logged in by going to your URL and typing"/log...
  • How To Update Branding On Your Site

    If you’ve recently updated your branding elements and want your old site to reflect the new logo and colors, you can contact us to make these changes for you with a website refresh or make these ...
  • 8 Things YOU Must Have for Your Website Project

    Your website build will have a set number of hours the developers can spend making your perfect website a reality. You don’t want them to use that time emailing you over and over for basic information about your business. If t...
  • Basic Divi Builder Use: Editing Text Modules

    Accessing the Divi Builder Once you are logged in to WordPress, you can open the Divi Builder on any existing webpage by selecting the purple "Enable Visual Builder" button at the top of your screen. Alternatively, ...
  • Logging in to WordPress and Navigating Your Dashboard

    The back end of your WordPress site is where you can access your Wordpress dashboard, navigate through all of its tabs and pages, and make any kind of customization to your site. The backend site is not visible to your site's visitors, and can onl...
  • Basic Divi Builder Use: Sections, Rows, and Modules

    The Divi Builder is a WordPress plugin we use to build the front end or customer-facing side of websites. It is a WYSIWYG (what you see is what you get) editor, meaning that you can use the Divi design platform, called the Visual Builder, to desig...
  • Basic Divi Builder Use: Page Settings

    Mastering sections, rows, and modules and their settings will take you far in Divi, but there are more crucial features of the Visual Builder to learn. The Divi settings bar contains some of the most important parts of your webpages and will give ...
  • Creating a Blog Post

    To make a blog post on your website, first, log in to your site. Your login screen should look like this. To access, go to https://yourdomain.com/login, changi...