Category Archives: WordPress Basics

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 »

How to install a downloaded WordPress theme

By | February 24, 2015

Introduction If you have a downloaded WordPress theme, for instance a Pro theme you have bought, the installation is different than installing a theme downloaded from the backend of WordPress. However, it’s a short and simple process. In my example, I’m going to install the Iconic One Pro theme to WordPress. Installing a downloaded WordPress theme In WordPress,… Read More »

How to add Google Analytics to WordPress without a plugin (2015)

By | February 12, 2015

Introduction Installing Google Analytics to your website allows you to track traffic to your website. You’ll be able to see how many visitors your site gets, and where they come from. This might seem like a long article, but the process is actually really simple, and will only take a few minutes. Obtaining your Google Analytics code To add… Read More »

How to install WordPress using Cpanel QuickInstall

By | January 30, 2015

Login to your cPanel, and scroll down until you find a box labeled ‘Software/services’, and click on the ‘QuickInstall’ button in this box. Next, click on ‘WordPress’, under blog software, in the navigation bar on the left, and click ‘Continue’ A box labeled ‘Install WordPress’ will show up. Select the domain you want to install WordPress on in the… Read More »