Category Archives: Wordpress

Access your WordPress website files without cPanel or an FTP client

By | July 31, 2015

Some web hosting companies don’t have a simple way to access your WordPress website files. Or maybe, you’re working on a client’s site, and only have access to WordPress, and not to the cPanel account. Or maybe you just want to access your files without leaving WordPress. Either way, your solution is to use a plugin. Full video… Read More »

How to set WordPress to save an unlimited amount of revisions

By | July 31, 2015

With WordPress intallations, the default is usually to store a limited amount of revisions. With my standard WordPress installation using cPanel QuickInstall, the revisions where stuck at ‘2+’. If you tweak your posts a lot, you might want WordPress to save more revisions. However, there is no built-in setting in the back-end of WordPress to change this. You’ll… Read More »

Complete step-by-step Guide to building a Free WordPress Website

By | April 1, 2015

  Additional resources How to change the color of the menu bar: Full, step-by-step article: Customize Iconic one free theme colors. For the demo-website, I used the color #9BBB59. Privacy Policy: Get the Privacy Policy Template! Sample HTML for a link to your Privacy policy: This is a sample HTML link to the privacy policy on your Site Rubix website.… Read More »

How to add a favicon to your WordPress blog or site

By | March 19, 2015

Introduction A favicon is an icon associated with a website, that can be displayed on a browser tab, in the address bar, for bookmarks (favorites) and (desktop) shortcuts. The name originates from the words ‘Favorite’ and ‘Icon’. By default, your WordPress website will show a favicon set by your hosting company. In my opinion, the best plugin to install a… Read More »

Create a child theme for WordPress – a Foolproof Guide

By | March 15, 2015

What is a wordpress child theme? And why use one? A child theme is a WordPress theme that inherits the functionality from the ‘parent theme’, and allows you to make changes to the look of your theme without making changes to the parent theme. The child theme consists only of a ‘stylesheet.css’ file. The child theme is a blank… Read More »