Suppose you want to change colors, fonts or any other styling in your WordPress theme but you will see that these styling options are not available in your theme. So at that time, there will be two methods to change or add custom CSS to your WordPress site. Method 1: Customize CSS using a Plugin In this method, you need to install a WordPress plugin to add or customize CSS. There are many plugins available for this task but personally, I like to use Simple Custom CSS. I am using this plugin for a long time and I have used it on many websites. Even orange titles on my websites are created using this same plugin. So firstly you need to install this plugin. After installing this plugin you need to go to Appearance >> Custom CSS. You will see a Simple Custom CSS Panel where you need to write you css. You can see in the below image that how I have added my CSS and you can see my orange heading code as well. After adding your CSS code you need to click on Update Custom CSS button. Then your new CSS will be applied to your theme.
So, you have your blog and website set up. You have killer content and a catchy name and logo. Basically, you have everything you need to have a successful blog or website. But, as the days pass, you notice you're not getting the traffic you'd be expecting. Don't worry, you can change that. You simply need to learn how to direct traffic to your blog or website. Just because you have a blog or website online, doesn't mean your work is done, you still have to do a couple of things to make sure your blog or website gets the attention it deserves. These are some ways with which you can generate to your website: 1. Share content more than once Many bloggers fail because they're not sharing their content. You may have great content, however, if no one sees it, it doesn't mean anything. So, you need to make sure you're not sharing your content once and then forgetting about it. Instead, you need to make sure your content is being shared over various social media platforms and re-shared on those platforms after a month or two from its first publishing. Not everyone is going to see your content
We have installed WordPress in our previous article. Now, we need to do some essential settings to our website to make it fast, efficient and secure. Here is the list of these essential settings which we should do after installing WordPress: Remove Dummy Content Change Site Title, Tagline and Time Zone Select www or non www version of website Configure WordPress Permalinks Enable/Disable User Registration Configure Reading Settings Install Nice Looking Theme Improve Page Load Speed Secure Your Website Media Files Settings Setup User Profile Optimize Your Images Configure Ping List Setup Google Analytics Install SEO Plugin 1. Remove Dummy Content After installing WordPress you will see a dummy post (Hello World), a dummy page (Sample Page) as well as a dummy comment. It is highly recommended that you should delete this dummy content. You can easily delete this from your WordPress Dashboard. You can see below images: (Delete WordPress dummy Hello World! post) (Delete WordPress dummy Sample Page) (Delete WordPress dummy Comment) 2. Change Site Title, Tagline and Time Zone In order to change Site Title, Tagline and Time Zone we need to go to Settings >> General from your WordPress Dashboard. We have to change the Site Title