We are excited to announce that the first chapter of our WordPress Visual Course is out. After analysing some platforms out there, we think WordPress is a very powerful tool to build websites, but we understand that learning how to use it, can be very overwhelming. Once you learn the basics, you will design websites faster than before and functionalities like login, CMS, e-commerce will be easier to implement.

In this course your will learn how to build a website in WordPress with a free visual builder step by step. Do you have some experience in WordPress and want to master it? Do you want to learn how to build websites in WordPress? Are you looking for a new tool to build your websites?

The good new is that this course is for everyone who:

  • Is eager to learn how to setup and design a website in WordPress.
  • wants to build a website without using code with a free visual builder.
  • Is tired of additional fees to use CMS functionalities.
  • Wants to build a professional website.
  • Is an amateur and still gaining experience in web design.
  • Is a Muse user looking for alternatives.

In this first chapter you will learn how to get a domain, to get a hosting provider and point your new to domain to your hosting provider.

GET A DOMAIN

First step is to get a domain. You usually buy domains in name registrars like Name.com, namecheap.com, dynadot.com or Godaddy.com

If you have a name in mind, find the “search domain” field in their page and type it. The name will appear with different extensions available like .com, .net or .org. When you are done choosing your domain and extension, add it to the cart. Pay careful attention before you checkout as some domain registrars might want to charge you for extra services. Make sure you are just purchasing your domain and not all the extra services if you are not interested in them.

GET A HOSTING PROVIDER

Once you have your domain, it is time to get a hosting server. Your domain needs to be hosted on a server. If you are not sure which one to choose, here we have some suggestions:

  1. Hostgator
  2. Bluehost
  3. Ipage

Some companies like Godaddy or Hostgator offer domain and hosting services, but it is more common to get a domain and a hosting from different companies. If this is your case (the most common case) what you have to do is point your domain to your hosting provider.

POINT YOUR DOMAIN TO YOUR HOSTING PROVIDER

You need to search for your DNS (domain name server) in your hosting provider, copy them and bring them to your domain registrar. It is recommended to do this step the earlier, the better, as this process takes a while to be completed.

 

Watch the first chapter!

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