A selection of hand curated content.
I want to learn more about…
- Starting a website
- WordPress.com vs WordPress.org
- The WordPress Block Editor (Gutenberg)
- The WordPress Classic Editor
- Managing images in WordPress
- Web accessibility
- WordPress accessibility
- None of these, just take me to the latest posts!
Starting a website
To start a website you need a domain name and host. Here’s what to look for when choosing.
WordPress.com vs WordPress.org
WordPress.com sites are hosted by Automattic and work differently from self-hosted WordPress (WordPress.org). Read about the differences.
The WordPress Block Editor (Gutenberg)
The Block Editor is the new editor you use when adding content in WordPress 5 or later. Each kind of content is added in a block, which makes for a flexible system.
The WordPress Classic Editor
The Classic Editor is the editor used in WordPress before version 5, also available as the Classic Editor plugin.
Managing images in WordPress
Adding images to WordPress is straightforward but optimising them for speed can be a little more challenging.
Tips on starting and maintaining a blog.
An accessible website caters to the biggest possible audience. Learn more about accessibility and why it should be a consideration for your website.
Accessibility as it relates to WordPress specifically, with a look at themes and plugins.