WordPress for a Lazybum, Part 3

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Disclaimer: NONE of the links here are affiliate links. They are just, y’ know, plain links. I’m writing based on my experiences setting up this site, and not promoting or putting down anyone’s services. Previously I fleshed out the structure of my site, did a video background for my landing page and set a static front page. That took me a whole week to figure out. Now I’m moving on to actually putting in content and styling my pages. I’m sure that would be more fun to do. As mentioned previously, my page composer of choice is Visual Composer by […]

WordPress for a Lazybum, Part 2

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Disclaimer: NONE of the links here are affiliate links. They are just, y’ know, plain links. I’m writing based on my experiences setting up this site, and not promoting or putting down anyone’s services. Continuing from where I have left off in Part 1…where I have installed Sydney theme and found out that it is bundled with SiteOrigin… There are many awesome things that one can do with the SiteOrigin page builder bundled with the Sydney theme, and NYC Tech Club even did a full-length video on how to set up a business website using Sydney theme and SiteOrigin from […]

WordPress for a Lazybum, Part 1

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Disclaimer: NONE of the links here are affiliate links. They are just, y’ know, plain links. I’m writing based on my experiences setting up this site, and not promoting or putting down anyone’s services. Let’s just say setting up a WordPress site for a complete noob and a lazybum isn’t easy. A couple of weeks ago I had the idea of creating a website for my favourite actress Brigitte Lin. After all, I had amassed a whole bunch of pictures and information about her, why not share it? So I did a bit of research on how to set up a […]