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55+ Best Free WordPress Themes 2017

A collection of the Best Free Responsive WordPress Themes just for you!

There are a lot of Best Free Responsive WordPress Themes lists going around at the moment but I noticed a lot of them show the same themes from the past few years. The purpose of this list is to showcase some of the more recent stand out themes that are currently available to download for free.

The aim is to show a nice variety of free WordPress themes from simple blog themes to advanced magazine style themes and everything in-between. All of the themes on this list are available to download for free at WordPress.org. Read More

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Build a Sports Club Website with WordPress

WordPress and Sports websites are the perfect match. I have seen a lot pop up over the past few years ranging from kids soccer clubs to membership based gyms. It would appear that WordPress is a great platform for a sports club big or small to keep members and fans updated on the latest events at their favourite club. In this tutorial I will go through the process of how you can Build a Sports Club Website with WordPress and one of the most popular sports themes. Read More

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Building your first website with WordPress (Part 3 – Marketing your WordPress website)

You have organised your amazing content into a wonderfully formed structure and your websites design is a masterpiece. Now sit back and watch, as the world descends upon your website in their masses. If only it was as easy as that! What you need to do now is look at Marketing your WordPress website.

Your content, which we discussed in the first part of this series is the main driver in getting visitors to your website. If your content is good and you have put solid SEO practices into place as mentioned in the second part of the series you are on the right road to success. The only problem is it can take weeks or months for your website to appear in a google search for your desired keywords. Read More

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Building your first website with WordPress (Part 2 – Choosing the right domain, hosting, theme and plugins)

In this article we are going to discuss the necessary steps needed to get your WordPress website up and running by looking at choosing the right domain, hosting, theme and plugins for WordPress. You should have all of your content that is required for launch ready at this point. If not then have a look back at the previous article about preparing your content.

Domain and Hosting

Before you dive right into adding content to your WordPress website you will have to grab your space on the World Wide Web. Finding a domain name that suits the needs of your online presence is your first step. The bad news is that most good domain names have gone. The good news is that you can pick one of them up at a domain marketplace like the Godaddy aftermarket for a reasonable fee (I have landed some nice ones for under $30). Read More

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Building your first website with WordPress (Part 1 – Prepare your content)

So, you have heard all the buzz about WordPress. “Over 60 million users”, “Free to download”, “Easy setup for beginners”. All of this is pretty much true. Because of WordPress even the less technical minded among us can have a website in minutes and at very little cost. But where do you actually begin when Building your first website with WordPress?

Get your content ready

You have probably heard the old saying “Content is King” right? Well this really is true. Most people (and Google!) don’t care if you have the most beautiful looking website in the world. People go to websites for information. Preferably information that is relevant to them. Your content should be concise, to the point and interesting to the user. Read More

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Use browser developer tools to edit your WordPress theme

We are going to take a look at browser developer tools and how they can make your WordPress theme ever better. Template Express already looks out for the less technical theme users out there (we know you have more important things to worry about!) by making our theme customizer options as intuitive as possible. But we also add a custom css option and child theme compatibility for a reason: because a lot of users want to make further changes to their design. Read More