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5 Now you can set up your own site without hiring someone. WordPress is the software that makes it possible for you. It is a blogging tool and content management system that lets you to create a beautiful website or blog (and it's free). … [Read more...] about 7 Easy Steps to Create a Self-Hosted WordPress Blog
Clicking on Install will bring up the screen where you need to add details about your WordPress installation. Most of the steps are self explanatory and I would recommend you to not use www, as having www will increase the length of your URL. (In case if you have any question regarding this step, feel free to ask me via comment). … [Read more...] about Installing WordPress Blog on Siteground Hosting- Complete Guide
Go to WordPress Admin -> Settings -> All In One SEO Paste the meta code into the text area called “Additional Home Headers”. Go to the “Verify Ownership” page in Google’s Webmaster Tool and click on the “Verify” button. … [Read more...] about How To Verify WordPress Blog In Google Search Console Tool
After you fill the Container, click on Create Container button and it will automatically create a container and fill in the host name filed. If they didn’t get the host name, head over to your Cloud Control Panel > Hosting > Cloud Files and select the created container. Now copy the CDN Url and paste it without http://. Don’t add a CNAME because currently Rackspace doesn’t support CNAMEs (But they’ll add it soon). Now click on Save Changes After that, go to the top of the page and click on export media library to CDN. Also tick other files you need to upload like the wp-includes and hit the relevant upload buttons. Sometimes, they won’t upload all of your media library. To fix this, add wp-content/uploads/* to the custom file list, tick and upload custom files. Now you’re ready to go! Go to the General Settings and tick the Enabled filed under CDN which we unticked earlier and save. Now, go to the top and click on Clear all Cache. … [Read more...] about How To Boost Your WordPress Blog With Rackspace Cloud Files!