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When creating a WordPress blog you can customize and develop it however you like. Due to its open source nature users from around the world both create and share new extensions (plugins) and usually make them available for free. When opting for WordPress blog hosting you need to decide what exactly your website should offer its users.
Next enter your desired login details (a username and password) you will use to access your WordPress blog. Some tips for creating a strong password to ensure your blog is secure will be provided. Managing WordPress yourself or with support
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Enter a Website Title and Login Data Give your website an additional title that best describes it. Then create your username and password. After successful installation you will need this login data to access your WordPress blog/website. We provide helpful tips for coming up with secure user names and passwords along the way.
WordPress is the most common web-publishing platform and the most-used content management system in the world: 30 percent of all websites are created and maintained with this CMS. This makes up a market share of more than 60 percent in the CMS sector.
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WordPress is the most common web-publishing platform and the most-used content management system in the world: 30 percent of all websites are created and maintained with this CMS. This makes up a market share of more than 60 percent in the CMS sector. Although the figures speak for themselves we can't help but wonder why exactly is WordPress ...