How to make a website for beginners 2017 with WordPress and the theme Newspaper 8.
This is a newspaper theme that is perfect for blogs or business that creates many articles.
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I will show you how you can get Newspaper 8 from themeforest and how to install the theme on WordPress. You will learn where you get find the activation code to get latest updates.
In this tutorial you don’t need any skills on how to build a website. All you have to do is to follow the exact steps and you will have a ready to go website in the end of this video.
We go thru how to add a menu so you visitors easy can find what they want on your website.
We learn how to add posts and how to add images to make your article more appealing.
If you have social media account and want to promote them on your website you can easy add your links in the theme panel in your Newspaper 8 theme. This will show up as icons in footer and top menu.
If your visitors needs to contact you, they can contact you with the contact form from Contact form 7. I show you how to install this from the plugin marketplace.
You will learn how you can install a new plugin and in this video we install a Facebook feed plugin so you can promote your Facebook page.
How you can change your logo in the header and change site title and tagline.
There a lot of widgets that you can add in the footer and sidebar to make you website look more professional.
If you need high quality images for your website, we use a website called Pixabay who offers free pictures for commercial use and without attribution required.
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