You’ve decided on installing a new WordPress theme (perhaps a Bluchic theme!), but making the switch can seem like daunting task.
Was it easy to switch WordPress themes? Will all of my content still be there? Will I lose any information? How do I know my site is ready to switch over to a new theme?
When switching WordPress themes, you can rest assured that all of your content, including media, pages, posts, and comments will remain safe throughout the process. You will not lose any of that information and you do not need to do anything to move the content, as they will remain intact in your dashboard.
Although switching WordPress themes can be very easy, there are precautions you should take before starting the switch to make sure your site is ready. We’ve broken down everything you need to do before, during, and after the switch to keep your website running smoothly.
Selecting a WordPress hosting provider can be a daunting task. From our own personal experience, we’ve tried a lot of different providers and made plenty of mistakes along the way.
Many of our mistakes could have been avoided if we had a list of the important features we needed specifically for our business. That’s why today we’re featuring the most important questions to ask yourself or your potential hosting provider to find the right provider for your business. This will save you a lot of time and headaches in the future, so we hope it’s helpful!
Here at Bluchic, we want every business owner to fall head over heels in love with their website. When it comes to your WordPress theme, we want you to be searching for the Mr. Right Theme, not Mr. Right Now Theme. There are several key questions to ask yourself before choosing a WordPress theme. We’ve highlighted them below, and also included a checklist to help you through the process.
So, you have a great idea for an online business & you’re ready to launch your website using WordPress. Great! Your next step is to decide which WordPress platform will fit your need. Should you use the free WordPress.com or self-hosted WordPress.org?
It can certainly be tricky at first. I remember when I first started with WordPress 10 years ago, I was confused, to say the least. To help you understand the differences between the two, I put together an article and handy infographic to compare WordPess.com against WordPress.org, so you can decide which platform is right for you.
WordPress is the most popular and admired CMS in the world. Thanks to it’s endless features, working on a WordPress website is pure bliss. The only thing you need to ensure is that you get all the steps of creating, launching and then maintaining a WordPress website right, from the very beginning.
Now, if you are a novice in the field of WordPress, this may seem like a daunting task. However, with a little help from the right source, you will be able to master WordPress quite easily. Alternatively, even if you are a WordPress expert, there may be times when you miss out on some important detail, which may later affect the overall working of your website.
So wouldn’t it be great to have a checklist which includes all the possible steps involved in starting a WordPress website?