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WordPress Tutorials

We build the majority of our client websites using a content management system called WordPress. WordPress allows our clients to add and manage website content without needing to know how to write code. To get our clients up to speed on using WordPress we’ve written a set of tutorials. These tutorials cover the most common tasks you will need to perform while managing your WordPress website. The tutorials are not exhaustive so if there is a concept or detail not covered here try searching the WordPress Documentation or contacting us.

Most of our WordPress installs include the JetPack and WordPress SEO plugins. The tutorials account for these plugins presence. In most cases we will install additional plugins or create custom coded features to meet your website’s needs. These will add more items to your navigation menu and admin toolbar and more WordPress admin screens. These extras will be covered in your individual documentation.

Take me to the first WordPress tutorial!

Get started with our WordPress Basics tutorial.

Email Tutorials

If you host your website on Phoenix Web Development hosting you will be able to create email addresses which use your domain name. For example if your URL is example.com.au you can create email addresses like yourname@example.com.au. This gives your business a more professional look and separates your business emails from your personal email. We’ve provided some tutorials to help you setup email for your business.

Teach me how to setup my Email!

To create an email address for your domain read our first email tutorial.

Web Lexicon

In it’s short history, the web design industry has amassed an entire culture of impenetrable jargon. If you’re looking at getting a website built or you’re starting out with your first Hello World program it can all get a bit overwhelming. You may find our web lexicon useful. It contains meanings of terms frequently used in the web industry. Each entry also contains handy links to allow you to pursue a topic further.

Driver! Take me to the Web Lexicon! Don’t Spare The Horses!

Demystify the web industry with our Web Lexicon Archive.

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