There are a number of solutions available for creating websites, each with their own advantages, disadvantages and fanatical user bases championing each of them. This means finding the solution to publish your content could be tough. Make the wrong choice and you’re potentially stuck with a platform that causes you headaches and grief further down the line.
If you are are serious about creating a WordPress website, you’ve likely run across the dilemma of whether or not to stick with free themes or go with a full-fledged premium solution such as a single-purpose theme or framework.
In a few of our most recent posts in this series on getting started with WordPress, we covered how to start publishing your first blog posts. So while you now have all the information you need to begin your blogging journey, there are a few essential details you need to take care of on your new website.