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How to install WordPress?

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WordPress is most popular open source platform being used to develop websites. Initially from blogging website to app websites can be built using WordPress now. You might be thinking it is tough to install a WordPress and I need to be a computer literate. Right? Well, you are wrong here. All WordPress web hosting companies allow you to install WordPress within few clicks. Most of the times installing WordPress takes hardly five minutes to get installed. In this tutorial, we are explaining How to install WordPress manually even if you are not having one click installer on your web host.

Learn “How to install WordPress” in 4 easy steps given below:

Step 1: Download WordPress

Download the WordPress.zip at your local Machine from this link : https://wordpress.org/download/

How-to-install-WordPress-Wordpress_Download

Step 2: Upload WordPress

Upload WordPress to your hosting account through FTP Software(Read our Tutorial on How to use FTP).

If you want to install the WordPress on main Domain then install it in your /public_html/ directory. And If you want it in a subfolder, then upload it in a folder /public_html/subfoldername/

Step 3: Create Database and Users

Once you Upload the WordPress You need to create a database and User. So login to Cpanel of your site.

And Find the Icon of MySQL database like this at your Cpanel.

How to install WordPress-MySql Icon

 

Now Create a database from here. Give appropriate Name of the database and click on create_database.

How to install WordPress-Create-Database

 

Once you create a database you need to create a User who links with this database.

Create a User for your database as shown in below image. click the All Privileges checkbox and click Next Step.

How to install WordPress-Create User

 

After creating a User you need to link the User with your database.

 

How to install WordPress-Linl_Db_user

 

Now Its time to run the install. Go to the URL where you have upload the WordPress files. If you have create a subfolder then you need to open this URL : yoursite.com/subfolder.

Otherwise simply go to your site name : yoursite.com

Step 4: Set up WordPress

Once you visit your site URL you will get this mentioned screen at your site.

Please go through this mentioned Step by step “How to install WordPress” process as shown in the video Cast.

Related Tutorials:

How to install WordPress on XAMPP

How to install WordPress on WAMP

 

How to install a plugin in WordPress?

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What is plugin in WordPress?

Plugins play an additional role in your WordPress website to improvise it further. They add added functionality to your WordPress websites to enhance their functionality further.  There are thousands of plugin available in WordPress Directory. You can say there is always a plugin available for everything. Apart from these free plugins, there are lots of premium WordPress plugins also available from different companies like Templatic WordPress plugins.

 

How to install a plugin in WordPress?

Here we are coming to resolve your “How to install a plugin in WordPress?” question.  In this tutorial, we will explain you how to install a plugin in WordPress thoroughly. Follow the guide for the plugin installation manually as well as from WordPress.

 

There are two ways to install plugin in WordPress.

  • Via WP-admin
  • Via FTP

Both the methods are explained here in detail. We recommend to go for first method as it is easy. However, if you are finding any trouble in installing plugin in WordPress using WordPress admin panel then installing theme via FTP will be more safer. Any method you can try to install a plugin in WordPress.

1) How to install plugin in WordPress using FTP?

Step 1 : Once you download your Premium WordPress plugin (zip) file, you need to upload it to your hosting account, unzip it and then Activate it.

To install WordPress plugin via FTP

Upload the plugin.zip file to the /wp-content/plugins folder through FTP. You can refer this link how to upload the plugin via FTP

Unzip the file which you have just uploaded to the server (plugin.zip)

Activate your installed plugin

Login to your WordPress admin panel through //yourdomain.com/wp-admin.

Now traverse to the WP-admin >> Plugin >> click on the Activate button of your plugin to activate it.

You have installed the plugin successfully at your site.

2) How to install a plugin in WordPress manually / WP-admin?

Login to your wprdpress admin panel through //yourdomain.com/wp-admin.

Method 1) Free Plugin

If you want to install the free plugin which are suggested by WordPress then go through this way.

How to install a plugin in WordPress-1

Now traverse to the wp-admin >> Plugins >> Add New >> search the plugin which you want to install at your site >> click on “Install” >> Once installation is done click on “Activate” link.

How to install a plugin in WordPress-Steep2

Now you need to activate the plugin once the installation is done.

How to install a plugin in WordPress-Step_3

Once you activate the plugins you see the success screen at your site.

How to install a plugin in WordPress-Step_4

You have installed the plugin successfully at your site.

Method 2 ) Premium Plugins

If you want to install the premium plugin in WordPress then follow these steps:

Traverse to the WP-admin >> Plugins >> Add New >> Upload plugin >> Select the plugin.zip file which you have downloaded or which you want to install at your site >> Click on “Install Now”.

How to install a plugin in WordPress-Step_upload

 

Once you upload the plugin the rest of the steps are same as the above first method. Once installation is done, Click on “Activate” link to activate the plugin.

How to install a plugin in WordPress-Step_3

You have installed the plugin successfully at your site.

 

We hope this article helped you. Let us know in comments below whether it was helpful to you or not.

What is Widget in WordPress

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Widgets are small blocks that are being used to display some information on the WordPress Website in a specified way.  Widgets provides drag and drop facility. The areas on which these widgets are dropped are called as “Widgetized” areas.

Most of the themes come with different widget areas. Main benefit of having widgets is it make the website more dynamic. Theme user can switch different sections, add or remove easily with this drag and drop widget facility.

Initially widgets were designed for sidebars of the WordPress websites. Now a days advanced themes like Directory comes with lots of other widget areas. Such as whole Home Page in Directory theme is widgetized. Such themes covers all the areas of the site such as header, footer, main content, siderbar, etc… to make the theme more flexible.

Some WordPress Widgets offer customization and options such as forms to fill out, includes or excludes of data and information, optional images, and other customization features.

You can find widgets in your WordPress at WP-admin >> Appearance >> Widgets.

What-is-Widget-in-WordPress

 

Some of tips you can use while configuring WordPress widgets:

  • You can drag the widget in to the available widget areas from here to get displayed in front end.
  • Note that if site is not having proper content available, some of widgets does not appear. For example, Categories widget will not display any category in front end if any categories are not added or if added categories are not having any post in them.
  • Clear the website cache if any caching plugin is installed. After that only newly added/ changed widget will appear.
  • To customize the Widget features, click the down arrow (or edit link) in the upper right corner to expand the Widget’s interface.
  • If you do not want to display current available widget temporarily then you can drag and place them inside “Inactive Widgets” area given at bottom of the page.
  • To remove any widget, click on the arrow at right hand side and click on “delete” link.

We hope these tips and article became useful to you understanding basics of Widgets. Let us know in the comments below if you are looking for any specific details or articles. We will try to cover them in our upcoming articles.

What is Hosting in WordPress?

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The way “Domain” term was tough, same way “What is Hosting” term was one of the toughest term for me in my early days. Fortunately they are not now!

 

Technically, WordPress hosting or Hosting is a service that provides you a space to store your web pages and files. Let us continue same example of my “What is Domain Name?” article. A real life scenario. You will like it for sure.

 

If you have a store, you will be requiring a warehouse to keep the raw materials or manufactured good. Right? Or if you are a business owner, you will need an office to keep and maintain files as well as meet your clients to show your services and products. Same way on web you need a storage space which is being called as “Hosting” which allows you to store files, images, etc… instead of raw materials and also allows you to represent your products and services to your clients on web which you do in your office. A hosting space enables you to store files and your information , website pages, etc… online.

What-is-Hosting-in-wordpress

 

This storage space/hosting is provided by many web host providers. You can call them like owner of a shopping market building who gives you space of one shop on rent to store your goods, document files, etc… and show them to your clients/visitors.

There are so many hosting providers and thus so many hosting plans. To choose which plan suits you most, you need to think from different perspectives. There are many things need to be taken care while selecting a hosting plan.

Important factors to consider when choosing a hosting plan:

Price:

Price is the very first thing anyone think about while selecting a hosting plan. However it is not the only thing you should think while choosing a hosting plan. To choose a pricing plan, you must know two things: Your budget(approx) for hosting and your website requirement of storage. Know website requirement: This article will help you finding bandwidth(size) required of the website.

If you want to create a simple portfolio website, then shared hosting will also be sufficient to you. Any good hosting provider can provide you a plan for such websites under $3- $7.

If you want to create a website with big application and bigger content such as business directory website, then a VPS hosting or dedicated hosting account will be required. Reason is, it will be having a heavy application with big data. Thus server storage space will be required more with more capable hosting compared to provided in shared hosting.

Whichever plan you choose at early stage, most of the hosting providers  give an option to you to upgrade to a higher plan anytime. Thus you can take a smaller plan initially and later on upgrade to a bigger plan as per requirements.

 

Web Host Specialty:

Some of the web hosts works specially for some types of websites. Such as some webhosts are good for WordPress websites while some are there specifically for bigger website. Thus it is must to know if there are any host providers who are specifically designed for some specific kind of websites and web applications.

 

Support To:

If you are going to have a WordPress website then make sure that the hosting server should meet these server requirements. Most of the themes today requires the mentioned things to run any theme on WordPress flawlessly.

With the above requirements, one other important requirement is Emails. As a site owner/editor you would most probably like to have an email address at your domain. For example: info@mydomain.com. Check if you can have such email addresses. With this you can also check feasibility to access these mail accounts, whether you can access them using webmail, other mail providers like gmail, etc….

 

Basic Tools for ease:

Some of the tools in a webhosting account can make your daily routine tasks easier. Such as:

  • FTP facility can allow you to edit and download files easily.
  • cPanel will also allow you to maintain the website easily. From the control panel you will make changes to your site, upload files, change passwords for your account, add/delete an email account, manage databases, etc.
  • Phpmyadmin will allow you to check and alter your database tables easily. You can also take database back up using phpmyadmin’s import/export features.

 

Customer Feedback:

In today’s customer focused industry, you will know real value of the service provided by any company by knowing their customer’s reviews. You can simply search them on google/yahoo and you will get a lots of details on how other customers had experience with the web host. You can also view their social media profile. In case if they don’t have a profile, reviews must be there on social media for them.

 

Technical Support:

Last but the most important aspect to be taken care while choosing a web host. If you need someone at a night when your website is down, will there any real person available to you to restore it for you? If not atleast is there anyone who can tell you how you can restore it or bring it back?

Some of the company’s customer feedback must be good but they might not available to you immediately. Thus it is wise to check which different way you can reach them. Most of the web host providers have 24 x 7 support. Do they provide telephonic support or email support?

You’ll find that, like in price and technical specifications, all hosts are not equal. Some hang their hat on their support crew, and some view customer support as an afterthought.

 

Recommended Hosting Providers

We recommend some of the “WordPress Hosting Providers” from whom you can purchase the server space for your website. For WordPress Hosting these are the most suitable hosts. These Hosting providers are:

You can see the comparison between these four webhosts here. It will help you making decision for selecting a hosting plan for your WordPress website.

 

We hope that we have helped you understanding “What is Hosting in WordPress?” as well as which hosting service to choose through this article. Let us know in comments below how it was or if you are having any questions further.

 

Enable WordPress Multisite

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In this article, I would like to speak about the benefits to Enable WordPress multisite and show you how you can activate this feature.

The Benefits of WordPress Multisite

Multisite is a powerful WordPress feature that can be used by small, medium, and large websites. It lets you create multiple virtual websites from one WordPress installation. This lets you turn your website into a network of websites.

With one main installation, you only have to update WordPress, and your themes and plugins, once. Multisite gives you access to all network websites directly through the WordPress admin bar. However, that sites can only be located at one domain, or on sub domains of your main domain. You cannot use different domain names for network sites. It all has to be located at one domain.

Users can be shared across many websites. Rather than create users for two, three, or more websites; you can assign a user to as many websites as you like. This is particularly useful for administrators and staff. Multisite also allows you to grant access to users to create their own websites.

 

Activating Multisite on a Fresh WordPress Installation

Activating Multisite when you install WordPress involves a few extra steps. Firstly, you need to install WordPress and allowing a network.

  • Install WordPress in the normal way. Download WordPress and install it on your server or local machine.
  • Open your wp-config.php file which you’ll find in the folder where you installed WordPress. Find the line that reads:

/* That’s all, stop editing! Happy blogging. */

  • Immediately above that line, create a new line that reads as follows:

define( ‘WP_ALLOW_MULTISITE’, true );

  • Save your wp-config.php
  • Now, you will see a new option in your tools menu entitled “Network Setup” (located at www.yourdomain.com/wp-admin/network.php).
    Enable WordPress Multisite-Network-Setup-Menu

Before proceeding with the installation, you need to deactivate all of your WordPress plugins. This is a precautionary measure that avoids any conflictions occurring.

 

The next step is to visit the WordPress admin screens and install Multisite.

  • In the WordPress admin, go to Tools >> Network Setup. You’ll be prompted to choose sub domains or subdirectories for your installation: choose the one that works for your network.
    Enable WordPress Multisite-Sub-Domain
  • Edit the title of your network and email address of the network administrator when prompted, or leave them as they are.
    Enable WordPress Multisite-Network-Name
  • Click the Install button.

 

The final step is to copy some code provided by WordPress into your wp-config.php and .htaccess files.

  • You will be taken to the Network Install screen:
  • Open each of your wp-config.php and .htaccess files and edit them in line with the text provided on the screen. If you can’t find .htaccess on your server, it may because hidden files aren’t visible: change the settings in your code editor if you’re using one to access your files.Enable WordPress Multisite-Editing-Config-files
  • Save both files.

WordPress Multisite will now be installed. You’ll need to log in again, and when you do so you’ll see the dashboard:

Enable WordPress Multisite-Editing-Config-files

Now you can start adding sites, plugins, themes and more.

 

Here is a quick recap of these steps:

  1. Add define( ‘WP_ALLOW_MULTISITE’, true ); to your wp-config.php file
  2. (a). Visit the network setup page
    (b). Choose either a sub domain or sub directory structure
    (c). Enter your network name
    (d). Enter your admin email
  3. Update your wp-config.php file with the code provided
  4. Update your .htaccess file with the code provided
  5. Log back in to your website

That’s it. Cheers!:)

How to install WordPress on WAMP

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WordPress is a really big world of blogs, categories, websites, menus and much more. It is interesting to play with it while your Website development. At the same time it is risky as well if the website is online. It’s always a good habit to have a local installation of the WordPress on your Computer. Keeping your live site safer, it saves a lot of time as well as you can make the changes instantly in to the WordPress as well as in to the files. Thus, here we are coming up today with an easy answer of “How to install WordPress on Xampp?” question.

 

Learn “How to install WordPress on Wamp” in 4 easy steps given below:

Step 1 : Download WAMP server.

If you want to run the WordPress at your local machine then WordPress needs a web server at your local machine.

WAMP stands for Windows Apache MySQL and PHP.

First you need to download the WAMP server. You can download it from here. This will provide you the platform the install WordPress Easily at your machine

Note : While Installing make sure that no other services should be in active mode, otherwise it will conflict installation of WAMP.

Step 2 : Installing WAMP server.

Once (.exe) file is downloaded double click to run the installation process. By default it is installed in the (C:) drive. Once the installation process is completed successfully you can see this type of icon at your desktop.

Double click on this icon to start the WAMP server at your site. So you can see this type of green icon at taskbar area.

How-to-install-WordPress-DesktopToolbar-Panel-WAMP

 

If icon is green then it indicates that server is running.

Now open your directory where you have installed the WAMP. Directory (Local disk C, by default wamp is installed in this directory) –> wamp –> www–> copy the zip folder of WordPress here and do right click on it and select “extract here”.

How-to-install-WordPress-Wamp-Folder-Path

 

You can see the folder named “wordpress” you can place as it is or you can give the name as per your needs of this folder.

Step 3 : Create a Database.

Now you need to create a database in your local machine. Open your browser and type the following on your address bar “localhost/phpmyadmin/” and press enter.

Now click on the database tab as shown in this image.

How-to-install-WordPress-Create-Database

 

You can see the option to create a database. Add the database name and click on “create” to create a database.

How-to-install-WordPress-Create-Database2

 

Step 4 : WordPress Configration

Now open your browser and type the following on your address bar “localhost/wordpress/” and press enter.

Note : here you need to set the name of the folder which you have give in the (C:\wamp\www\) I have not renamed the folder name. So I have written in browser as “localhost/wordpress/”.
If you renamed the folder then you need to write in browser like this “localhost/wordpressRenamedfolder/”

Now select the language, Then click on lets go, Then fill up the database information (Important Step).

Database Name should be same as that what you have created earlier for your WordPress.
Username is “root” by default as per MySQL user name.
Password should be left blank if you haven’t mentioned it at the time of creating your database otherwise type the same one if you have mentioned it earlier.
Leave the other fields as it is. Now, your page should look like as shown in the figure below. At last click on “Submit” button to proceed further.

How-to-install-WordPress-Step3

 

Now click on “Run the install”

After this simply fill the respective fields on the next page and at last click on the button ”Install WordPress”. Your page will look like as shown in the figure below.

How-to-install-WordPress-Step6

 

Now click on install button.

It will show you the success window as shown here.

How-to-install-WordPress-Step7

 

So, you can install the WordPress in WAMP server this way. We hope it helped you.

Do you use WordPress in WAMP? Let us know in comments below.

Related Tutorials:

How to install WordPress

How to install WordPress on XAMPP

How to install WordPress on XAMPP?

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Having a set up on your local computer for the website you are developing will save a lots of time of yours. Additionally, your visitors will not be knowing you are working on the site even though your actual site is live.

I personally have lots of sites on my local computer which saves my time answering all your’s Templatic theme and WordPress related questions. Sometimes I can also troubleshoot the problems on my local PC if my internet is not working. I make my drafts ready by internet starts working and send it once I have internet available. :)

 

Here we are coming to resolve your “How to install WordPress on Xampp?” question.  In this tutorial, we will explain you How to install WordPress on XAMPP thoroughly. Follow the guide for the plugin installation manually as well as from WordPress.

Learn “How to install WordPress on XAMPP” in 5 easy steps:

Step 1: Download WordPress

Download the WordPress.zip at your local Machine from this link : https://wordpress.org/download/

How-to-install-WordPress-Wordpress_Download

Step 2 : Download XAMPP server.

If you want to run the WordPress at your local machine then WordPress needs a web server at your local machine.

First you need to download the XAMPP server. You can download it from here. This will provide you the platform the install WordPress Easily at your machine

Note : While Installing make sure that no other services should be in active mode, otherwise it will conflict installation of XAMPP.

Step 3 : Installing XAMPP.

Once (.exe) file is downloaded double click to run the installation process. By default it is installed in the (C:) drive. Once the installation process is completed successfully you can see this type of icon at your desktop.

How to install WordPress - Desktop Icon

 

Double click on this icon to start the XAMPP server at your site. So you can see this type of dialog box which indicates it is running.

How-to-install-WordPress-DesktopToolbar-Panel

 

Extract the contents of the ZIP file called “wordpress.zip”, which was downloaded in step 1, to the htdocs folder within the XAMPP directory.If ZIP file extracted properly there should be a new directory called “wordpress” within the \xampp\htdocs directory. Before the process can move forward, please ensure that the web server environment is running properly.

How-to-install-WordPress-xampp-folder-path

 

Step 4 : Create a Database.

Now you need to create a database in your local machine. Open your browser and type the following on your address bar “localhost/xampp/phpmyadmin” and press enter.

Now click on the database tab as shown in this image.

How-to-install-WordPress-Create-Database

You can see the option to create a database. Add the database name and click on “create” to create a database.

How-to-install-WordPress-Create-Database2

Step 5 : WordPress Configration

Now open your browser and type the following on your address bar “localhost/wordpress/” and press enter.

Note : here you need to set the name of the folder which you have give in the (C:\XAMPP\www\) I have not renamed the folder name. So I have written in browser as “localhost/wordpress/”.
If you renamed the folder then you need to write in browser like this localhost/wordpressRenamedfolder/

Now select the language, Then click on lets go, Then fill up the database information (Important Step).

Database Name should be same as that what you have created earlier for your WordPress.
Username is “root” by default as per MySQL user name.
Password should be left blank if you haven’t mentioned it at the time of creating your database otherwise type the same one if you have mentioned it earlier.
Leave the other fields as it is. Now, your page should look like as shown in the figure below. At last click on “Submit” button to proceed further.

 

How-to-install-WordPress-Step3

Now click on “Run the install”

After this simply fill the respective fields on the next page and at last click on the button ”Install WordPress”. Your page will look like as shown in the figure below.

 

How-to-install-WordPress-Step6

Now click on install button.

It will show you the success window as shown here.

 

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So, you can install the WordPress in XAMPP server this way. We hope it helped you.

Related Tutorials:

How to install WordPress

How to install WordPress on WAMP

Do you use WordPress in XAMMP? Let us know in comments below.

How to install a theme in WordPress?

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Here we are coming to resolve your “How to install a theme in WordPress?” question.  In this tutorial, we will explain you how to install a theme in WordPress thoroughly. Follow the guide for the theme installation manually as well as from WordPress.

 

There are two ways to install theme in WordPress:

  • Via WP-admin
  • Via FTP

Both the methods are explained here in detail. We recommend to go for first method as it is easy. However, if you are finding any trouble in installing theme in WordPress using WordPress admin panel then installing theme via FTP will be more safer. Any method you can try to install theme in WordPress.

1) Install a theme using WP-admin

Login to your WordPress admin panel through //yourdomain.com/wp-admin

Method 1) Free Themes

If you want to install the theme which are free as listed in the theme section, then you can go through this way.

How to install a theme in WordPress-Step_1

 

Now traverse to the WP-admin >> Appearance >> themes >> Add New >> search the theme which you want to install at your site >> click on “Install” >> Once installation is done click on “Activate” link.

How to install a theme in WordPress-Step_2

 

Now you need to activate the theme once the installation is done.

How to install a theme in WordPress-Step_3

Once you activate the theme you see the “Active” theme which you have installed.

 

How to install a theme in WordPress-Step_4

You have installed the theme successfully at your WordPress set up. Please visit your site.

Method2: Premium Themes
If you want to install premium themes in WordPress then follow these steps:
Traverse to the WP-admin >> Appearance >> Themes >> Add New >> Upload themes >> Select the themes.zip file which you have downloaded or which you want to install at your site >> Click on “Install Now”.

How-to-install-a-theme-in-WordPress-Step_upload

 

Once you upload the theme the rest of the steps are same as the above first method. Once installation is done >> Click on “Activate” link to activate the theme.

How to install a theme in WordPress-Step_3

You have installed the theme successfully at your WordPress set up. Please visit your site.

 

2) Install theme in WordPress using FTP

Once you download your Premium WordPress theme (zip) file, you need to upload it to your hosting account, unzip it and then Activate it. This has been explained in detail in steps  mentioned below:

To install WordPress theme via FTP

Upload the theme.zip file to the /wp-content/themes folder through FTP. You can refer this link how to upload the theme via FTP

Unzip the file which you have just uploaded to the server (theme.zip)

Activate your installed theme

Login to your WordPress admin panel through //yourdomain.com/wp-admin

Now traverse to the WP-admin >> Appearance >> Themes >> click on the Activate button of your theme and activate it.

How to install a theme in WordPress-Step_4

You have installed the theme successfully at your WordPress set up. You can visit your site now having a new layout and template.

 

Further Reading: How to install a plugin in WordPress?

We hope this article helped you. Let us know in comments below whether it was helpful to you or not.

 

WordPress.org and WordPress.com Difference

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Many times this question arise to our users – What is the difference between WordPress.org and WordPress.com? Both looks so identical. Basic difference is WordPress.org is a free open source platform while WordPress.com uses same funda of WordPress.org with some hosting services and some other services either free/premium.

WordPress.org and WordPress.com Difference

 

WordPress.org and WordPress.com difference is explained below with as easier points as available:

Domain Name:

  • WordPress.com: Purchasing Domain name is optional
  • WordPress.org: Domain Name is Required

Hosting:

  • WordPress.com: No need to purchase a hosting Space
  • WordPress.org: Need to purchase a hosting space

Ad Free:

  • WordPress.com: Need to pay some amount per year for an Ad free website
  • WordPress.org: No extra advertisements get displayed apart your added content

Customizations Allowed?:

  • WordPress.com: You do not have control over coding files. Thus, all customizations are paid.
  • WordPress.org: You have access to all the coding files. Thus, you can make the changes as per your requirements.

Full Control / Limited Control:

  • WordPress.com: Limited Control
  • WordPress.org: Full Control

Easy Maintenance & Updates:

  • WordPress.com: WordPree.com team handles theme/plugin updates and site maintenance.
  • WordPress.org: Updates and maintenance are required manually.

Multisite?(LINK):

  • WordPress.com: Not available
  • WordPress.org: Available

 

Let us know if you are still having any query further regarding WordPress.org and WordPress.com difference via pre-sales question. We would love to help you choosing platform and theme.

 

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