3 Easy Steps to Create a Custom WordPress Site
WordPress has become one of the most popular content management systems on the web. It provides users with endless possibilities to customize their site to fit their needs. But how exactly do they get the sites to look so different? They create their own "Themes." But I barely know HTML, you say. No worries, in three easy steps I'm going to show you how to make an endless number of your very own custom WordPress themes in one hour or less.
1. Brainstorm your website.
What do you want it to look like? Do you have a theme? Do you want it to have text, images, and occasional even videos? Consider all these things before starting. It will make the process go much faster and you will be able to keep organized more easily
2. Open your Artisteer program.
(If you do not already have Artisteer, please view information at the end of the article.) Artisteer is a WordPress theme generator. It instantly creates great looking and professional WordPress themes. They offer a free trial download, so you can check it out risk free. This program allows you to customize everything in a WYSIWYG (what you see is what you get) format. When you are finished customizing your WordPress theme simply save it, then export it. It will then export it into a folder with a custom name you pick for your new theme.
3. Upload and Activate Your Customized Theme
Remember how you installed WordPress to begin with? Do the same thing; only upload your theme to the themes folder in your WordPress content folder. Finally log into your WordPress admin and activate your new theme.
That's it! Once you learn the program a bit, you will be able to create as many themes as you like, all without writing a bit of code. Creating sites with WordPress and Artisteer makes your web sites look super professional without wasting so much time putting them together. It allows you to Think, Create, and Upload. With this easy system for creating websites, it leaves you more time to concentrate on the real concept of your site.
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