I’ve been a professional software developer now for over 20 years. Building web site back-ends, desktop software and mobile apps. Mostly the stuff no-one ever sees. But designing a nice look and feel has been a bit of an afterthought. Bad Design Take a look at this monstrosity. Yes, I know. This is an application I wrote […]
In the previous part, we successfully installed WordPress and hid the website behind an Under Construction page. We’re now finally ready to add the first post, and make the website live. If you see the “Under Construction” page when going back to your website, then you need to log back in. To do this, edit
Having previously set up your new website and domain in part 1, we’re now ready to install WordPress. Go to wordpress.org and click the Download button. Extract the WordPress files from the downloaded file into a folder on your computer. Now we can use FTP to upload the WordPress files. Connect to your website using your FTP program.