A domain is your website’s name ("yourdomain.com"). To register a domain, you’ll need to register with a domain registrant. There are too many of them to count so you shouldn’t have problems finding one. Conduct some research before settling with one to make sure they are affordable (never pay more
Featured Images WordPress's editor has a nifty little button that you've most likely seen: Add Media. This button brings up a screen that lets you add images by accessing your media library, uploading a new image, or adding an image from a URL. With featured images, you don't have the URL option.
This snippet lets WordPress users exclude a category or categories from their blog page.
By default, WordPress requires a username to login. Personally, I hate having to keep track of a username. I much prefer to use my email as the username. If you'd like to let your users login with their email and password rather than a username and password, download the WP Email Login plugin. It's
Add a Scrolling Text Block to Gravity Forms There are times when website owners need to add lengthy text (i.e. Terms and Conditions) to a form built using Gravity Forms. If you're trying to add a Terms and Conditions acceptance to your form, you will want to obviously add a way for the user to
For the most part, I have no complaints about the WordPress admin styling. However, I have had complaints about some of the styling effects certain plugins have on admin styles. For example, one of the plugins I frequently work with adds a column to the edit.php pages (the list pages for your posts)