So this is what you’ll need to get your head around before and during the design and development process of your wordpress website. If you already have knowledge of these coding platforms then you’ll have no problem whatsoever.
Now all you are going to need to do is to install a blog on your domain. This can be achieved easily from the c-panel, as they have a wordpress platform which the system can set up for you, you just need to enter a little information and let the system do the rest. You can find guides and pdf’s on the Internet that can help you set this up. Also if you do a search on YouTube, you will probably be able to find videos to help you with the setup.
Publishing with Blogger can extremely furstrating. It can take forever to post articles, especially if you’re making changes to the entire website. With WordPress, publishing is much faster, although if you load your system with all kinds of bells and whistles it can be just as frustrating.
The first advantage of a shared hosting account of this caliber is the unlimited domain names as well as having WordPress available to you. And most every web host these days can offer such a hosting package, offering you more bells and whistles for purchasing these upgraded accounts. One of the benefits or features of such an account can be a private IP address, this can afford you a higher standing in the search engine rankings. And this will assist in the growth of your web site.
But if you just want to get your feet wet as a blogger by sharing your content and making some money from your articles, there are plenty of other, zero-cost options for you as well. WordPress also has a hosting site where you can create your own blog on their site and never have to worry about your downloading software or getting it to work on your domain.
One really great plugin is called Widget Logic. Widgets are just another tool that WordPress uses besides all the plugins. Widget Logic allows you total control over how the various widgets you use appear on your blog. You can choose to have links to certain pages appear only on particular pages of your choice, such as your contact page or admin pages.