1. Vince
    May 26, 2017 @ 6:52 pm

    What a great review on WordPress. I can condone that anyone do this and you don’t have to be technical. I’m not technical and have built many websites with word press.

    Moon, apart from this great overview, what are other training resources for WordPress for beginners?


    • Moon
      June 19, 2017 @ 11:02 am

      Hello Vince, WordPress is really user-friendly but it can be a bit confusing for starters, that’s why I wrote this simple guide for beginners. So you have built many websites? You must have lots of experience. Could you perhaps share some tips and trick?

      As for training resources, there is nothing like getting your hands dirty and explore it for yourself. Only by actually working on it then you would begin to understand and appreciate this wonderful platform. Good luck and have fun!


  2. Seamus Collins
    May 26, 2017 @ 5:08 pm


    I like your site, it’s very well laid out and great for people just getting started in online business. WordPress has a steep learning curve and I had struggled with it. I wish I had found your post earlier. Although I am now more seasoned in using it, there are still learning points from your article.


    • Moon
      May 29, 2017 @ 9:51 am

      Hi Seamus,

      I myself had struggled with WordPress when I first started building my site because I didn’t understand how it works. Now that I have dabbled in it, I think it is quite easy to use. There are so many functions and plugin available within WordPress that it is impossible to know them all. However, knowing the main functions would be sufficient to give ourselves a good start and that is what I aim here in this article.


  3. Dale
    May 26, 2017 @ 4:34 pm

    What a perfect site for people like me who want to start a webpage and possibly a business online. Your site is so informative. I do have one question. Should I use blog roll or a static page? My site focusses on helping people with lower back pain


    • Moon
      May 26, 2017 @ 4:40 pm

      If you are deciding to use a blogroll or a static page, let me first ask you, will your site be information based? Sounds to me that a website like yours will be presenting a lot of facts and timeless information that help people to deal with back pain. For your case, I would use a static page that always welcomes visitors.

      A blogroll for a homepage is good when you share current articles from perhaps news sites or maybe the latest medical magazines for example.

      I hope this helps you with your question.


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