- What Is WordPress?
- What do I need to use WordPress?
- What is a theme?
- Do you develop WordPress plugins and widgets?
- How do I purchase a custom theme?
- Can you customise my current WordPress theme?
- Are your themes compatible with WordPress plugins and widgets?
- Where can I find WordPress tutorials?
- Where can I find free WordPress support?
- Where can I find WordPress documentation?
- Where can I find tips on using WordPress?
What is WordPress?
WordPress is the largest, self-hosted, blogging tool in the world and is used on hundreds of thousands of sites across the globe. The application itself is free and uses a simple online interface to help people create and maintain web sites or blogs.
Once WordPress is installed on your domain, all you need is a web browser and an Internet connection to manage your site. If you have ever used Microsoft Word, then you will find WordPress' editing interface reassuringly familiar.
What do I need to use WordPress?
- A domain name
- Web hosting that includes:
- PHP 5.2.4
- MySQL 5.0.15 or greater
If you don't want to install WordPress on your hosting account yourself, we can help. Please contact us for details of our installation service.
What is a theme?
A theme is a collection of files that work together to produce the functionality and graphical display for a WordPress blog or site.
Do you develop WordPress themes, plugins and widgets?
How do I purchase a custom theme?
Please contact us to discuss your requirements.
Can you customise my current WordPress theme?
Of course we can! Please contact us to discuss your requirements.
Are your themes compatible with WordPress plugins and widgets?
All of our themes are developed according to the guidelines published by WordPress.org and should be compatible with plugins & widgets that have been developed using the same guidelines.
Where can I find WordPress tutorials?
Have a browse through WordPress.tv
Where can I find free WordPress support?
Where can I find WordPress documentation?
See the WordPress Codex
Where can I find tips in using WordPress?
Have a look at the WordPress Tips & Tricks section on Quirm.net