How to start with a WordPress Blog ?
Most people who know blogging at all have some information about WordPress. Even so, many people are unaware of the astounding number of tasks this tool can.
One of the best ways to gain exposure, make your voice heard or to earn some decent bucks is to start a blog. When you embark upon blogging, one of the first choices you make is to go with WordPress.
According to our recent WordPress Themes Survey, 85% of our customers customize their themes, and only 35% use a child theme when doing so. This may be due to a lack of understanding as to what a child theme is.
This means that more people will be using the same designs. So when you start a self-hosted blog, and get a nice WordPress theme, you’ll stand out from everyone else, which increases your chances of standing out.
WordPress child themes to make your WordPress based business more secure, easier to maintain and extend.
WordPress.org today announced the debut of WordPress 3.7, which focuses much more on the back end than the front end. You can download the new release now.
WordPress 3.7 was released bringing with it some impressive improvements to the WordPress platform.
Since 3.7, a typical WordPress install will now be able to automatically update itself when there is a new minor/security release available without any user input. For example, it will automatically update itself from WordPress 3.7 to 3.7.1. …. Those projects need attention and those can update by manual and when errors occur then you can immediately make needed corrections … However you can read How to Disable Automatic Updates in WordPress
Today, after attempting the routine, automatic WordPress update to version 3.7 from within my admin panel, the site returned a blank page… I was unable to log in … … And my error log, viewable via FTP listed error.
If you meet the trouble with WordPress 3.7 after upgrading, you should downgrade WordPress to come back old version.
As this is already known to you that WordPress is a demotic blogging platform. Sometimes it becomes necessary to downgrade the current version of your WordPress site, since; though latest upgraded versions may be cool, they might not allow.
Be careful to downgrade WordPress unless you can also restore a pre-upgrade database backup. If you are facing issues with plugins deactivating all plugins and re-activate one.
Downgrade WordPress new version to an old WordPress version without any loss of your files. I rarely downgrade my WordPress installation to a lower version than the current stable release. There are instances however when a blog goes to all sorts of problems after updating to the newer version of WordPress.
Most of the times we upgrade WordPress to newer versions to get new features and fixes. Sometimes when we do that, something in our website breaks, either a plugin or a theme and we need to downgrade to maintain.