Your home page is the page that visitors will see when they enter your root URL into a browser or click on the link in the site title.
See how to change the title of your website after your site has been created.
Find out how to link your website to your Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Pinterest, Google+ and Youtube accounts.
Galleries are an excellent way to display multiple photos or documents without taking up a large amount of space on a page.
See how to build custom forms on your website using the Gravity Forms plugin.
Read tips for testing your website before it goes live. Testing is critical to make sure that your site launches without errors.
Follow the prelaunch checklist to make sure that there are no errors or placeholder content before your website goes live.
If you've moved pages from their original locations on your former website or replaced any old pages with pages that have different URLs on your new website, you will need to set up 301 (permanent) redirects.
Add intro paragraph styling to distinguish the first paragraph and feature a short summary of what the user can expect to see on the page.
Find out how to edit and remove menu items within your primary menu.