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Adding a header logo to a theme

Many themes do have the ability to add a logo from the Admin Panel or Dashboard, but many don’t. It’s not a failing, it could just be that the designer of the theme thought it looked better with text in …

Published by George: June 24, 2011

The art and science of adding FeedBurner URL’s

So, do you have a Google FeedBurner account for your blog? Have you “burned” a feed for it yet? Are your post and email feeds setup correctly on your blog? If these questions, and others like them, are keeping you …

Published by George: May 4, 2011

Navigate the WordPress Dashboard

Once you’ve installed WordPress, you’ll want to have a good understanding of how to work with everything it has to offer. The WordPress control center or administrative panel is known as the Dashboard. This is where you control everything on …

Published by George: September 1, 2010

Installing a WordPress Theme

Once you’ve purchased your theme, it’s time to get it installed and activated. Happily, the process is SO simple, even a frog can do it! When you download your theme, it will arrive in .zip format. You now need to …

Published by George: September 1, 2010

How to Install WordPress

Right. You’ve decided to start your own WordPress blog, you’ve found a hosting service that you like, registered a domain name like, found the BEST theme to dress it up in from eFrog (where else?), and … and … …

Published by George: September 1, 2010

Using FTP (File Transfer Protocol)

At some stage, in your blog-self-hosting voyage of discovery, there’s going to be a need to move files from your PC, to the server where your blog is hosted, and perhaps back down again, too. There’s an app for that. …

Published by George: September 1, 2010

Unzipping your theme

What is a “zip” file? It’s a container, similar to a file folder, called an archive, with files compressed or “squeezed” in it. It is most often used for saving space, for storing files together that need to be stored …

Published by George: September 1, 2010

Hosting Advice

So, you’ve taken the decision to create a blog, and you want to use a fantastic theme made but the eFrog team. That means you’re in the market to self-host your WordPress installation. Wonderful! You’ll need somewhere, a hosting service, …

Published by George: September 1, 2010

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