How a WordPress Website Works

WordPress Website Domain Hosting

WordPress Websites are the center of a lot of information. The first thing you need to create a website with a unique website name or address which is called domain or URL. And a specific place where your website’s necessary data files will be in a safe location is called a hosting server.

Here are the names of some domain hosting providers. These providers are very trustworthy and you can take your domain name and hosting facility from them if you want.

  1. Bluehost
  2. DreamHost
  3. SiteGround
  4. GoDaddy
  5. HostGator
  6. Domain.com
  7. Web.com
  8. Namecheap

After purchasing and registering your domain and hosting from the provider, they will give you a cPanel login link, ID, and password in your email. After login to cPanel, you need to install WordPress from a folder named Softculas. Once WordPress is installed, enter the WordPress dashboard with the ID and password. Customize your website from this dashboard. You can log in directly by just adding “wp-admin” (just like that: yourdomainname.com./wp-admin) admin panel.

Ways of Viewing WordPress Website

Each website appears in two directions.

  1. Front End: The front end is the front side of the website, which is usually seen by viewers. From this side, no unauthorized one will be able to do any kind of customization of the website.
  2. Back End: This end is the administration side. Anyone with Id and Password can manage, edit, customize the website.

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