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    The Third portion of our tutorial is about creating a WordPress page and each content.

    What we’re going to discuss for now are some of the vital parts and on how to create a WordPress page. And the following item are as follows:

    • Page
    • Post
    • Media
    • Plugins
    • Themes
    • Appearance
    • Menu
    • Widget
    Before we create a Page, we are going to discuss first our goals, and that is to create our own “PROFILE & PROTFORLIO”. Inside the page we can also include different page setup like showcasing your content or blogs, or links to your social media profile, some content maker use it to monetize their website for Google AdSense.
    Creating a profile is somewhat similar but different from your curriculum vitae and resume, we’re just going to highlights few of your work background and mostly the skills you want to convey with your potential clients.
    • (Notes: Do not post personal vital information such as natal day, permanent address, your parents name and the likes. This is to avoid phishing scam or identity theft. Don’t expect that clients will also send you a greeting card if it’s your birthday)

    Fast forward, in order to do our page, we need the help of Themes and Plugins.


    Theme is a collection of templates and stylesheets used to define the appearance and display of a WordPress powered website. They can be changed, managed, and added from the WordPress admin area under Appearance »Themes and there are several free and paid WordPress Themes available. For now, we are going to use the default theme which the Twenty Seventeen Themes
    If we go to preview, this is the sample size of our page using the Twenty Seventeen Theme.
    Let’s go back to the Dashboard so we can add a Plugins. To go back to your Dashboard, just hover your mouse to your domain name on the left corner part of your page, next to Customize then click Dashboard.


    A plugin is a piece of software containing a group of functions that can be added to a WordPress website. They can extend functionality or add new. WordPress plugins are written in the PHP programming language and integrate seamlessly with WordPress. Plugins that we are going to add are as follows;
    • Elementor
    • Anywhere Elementor
    • NavMenu Addon For Elementor
    • Simple Lightbox
    • Contact Form 7
    Go to Plugins> Click Add New> Go to Search Plugins and Type each plugins name

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