Creating a new WordPress user – what option should I choose?

WordPress allows you to have four different roles and it is important to understand each role before creating a new user. The four user roles are; administrator, editor, author and contributor. Administrator: An administrator has full and complete ownership of a website, and can do absolutely everything. This person has complete power over posts/pages, comments, […]

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How can I improve the Google ranking of my WordPress website?

To improve your Google ranking (i.e. to have your website appear higher in a Google search), we recommend you to install an SEO WordPress plugin. SEO (or Search Engine Optimisation) is the process of improving the volume or quality of traffic to your website from search engines like Google, etc. via “organic” or unpaid search […]

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Installing WordPress using the Softaculous installer

Packaged in with shared hosting accounts with LetsHost, you will have access to the auto-installer script Softaculous. This will allow you to install/manage a large number of scripts and 3rd party pieces of software in just a couple of clicks. The most popular of these is WordPress. For information on how to install WordPress on […]

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Reinstalling WordPress using the Softaculous installer

Packaged in with shared hosting accounts with LetsHost, you will have access to the auto-installer script Softaculous. This will allow you to install/manage a large number of scripts and 3rd party pieces of software in just a couple of clicks. The most popular of these is WordPress. For information on how to reinstall WordPress on […]

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Moving WordPress to a new website address/directory

Moving the WordPress files from one location on your hosting account to another, i.e. changing its URL, requires some special care. Please see the following for step-by-step instructions to move your WordPress site to a new location on the same server. We would strongly suggesting downloading a full backup of all WordPress files prior to […]

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How to reset WordPress Dashboard password

There are a number of way in which you can reset the password for your WordPress admin section. If you have access to your admin panel you can reset your password by clicking on Users, clicking on your Username (often set to admin) and scrolling down to the section for New Password. Enter in the […]

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