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The Best Tools for your Website 2020

By A&T Affiliates posted June 11, 2020

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Getting started with internet marketing is not expensive. Many free tools are available, including HTML editors, graphics programs, and competitive analytics.

Free blogging program
 
Blogs are very popular and blogging is the most popular platform. WordPress is a powerful blogging program, which is also a content management system (CMS).  
 
The content management system manages the content of your site. why is it important? This makes it easy for anyone to set up a site, add content to it, and not worry too much. The event organizes content for you, sets archives, categories, and beyond.  
 
Hundreds (perhaps thousands) of free plugins are available to make WordPress very powerful and easy to use. One of the best places to find WordPress plugins is wp-plugins.net.  
 
Thousands of free WordPress templates are also available. Many of them can be found on the WordPress.org site. There are 2 columns, 3 columns, themes that accept widgets (which make the sidebar very easy to edit), and themes of every color and design.


Free graphics program
 
Probably the most powerful free graphics program is GIMP. With GIMP, you can edit photos and other graphics. Most people feel that GIMP has all the tools they need.  
 
GIMP supports the most popular file formats: GIF, TIFF, PNG, PSD, and JPEG. It works with Windows XP and Vista, Mac, Linus, and Sun. You can see it at GIMP.org.  
 
Tutorials for HTML, WordPress, NVU, and GIMP  
 
Tutorials are available in all these programs. There is also Book Dummies for WordPress if you find it easy to collect information in book format.  
 
Some tutorials can be found on the sites listed above or you can search for "WordPress tutorials on YouTube". A popular HTML tutorial can be found at Mobirise.com. One of the great things about the web is the free tutorials available.
  
When to get started today?
 
With these powerful free tools available, there is no reason not to start building a website today. If you are completely new, try setting up a WordPress blog first. It's simple, it's free and a great way to get started.  
 
All you have to do is get a hosting account and domain name. Both are very simple and inexpensive. Domain names can usually be up to $ 10 and can be purchased for as cheap as $ 3.99- $ 22 per month, or as sites like Hosting WP Engine or Namecheap. 

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WordPress themes

As WordPress and blogging are becoming more popular, the list of customization options continues to grow. Each user can give something specific or very personal to their blog. Who knows, one day the theme will be unique as a blog writer! The following is an overview of the latest happenings on WordPress themes.  

WordPress widget  

The blog software developer recently came up with this plug-in version for full version WordPress. A widget here refers to the tools you can use to edit the sidebar, design, or general layout of your site without knowing and using HTML code.


About one hundred widgets have been featured on the WordPress widget blog and are categorized into categories such as photography, music, talk, video, revenue, and links. This is a fun and easy way to customize your site so that it has everything you care about and nothing else.  

Not all themes are ready for these widgets, however, some changes need to be made to include this fun feature on sites that use such themes. http://Automattic.com provides complete instructions to make your WordPress site widget-friendly. WordPress is continuously adding to the already extensive selection of widgets to suit the preferences and personalities of its users.  

Canvas plugins  

This blogger-friendly plugin has recently allowed WordPress users to create their own theme for their WordPress blog. The good news is that this plugin allows users to do a good level of customization without having to study and use code. The result: a very professional looking site built in a few minutes to a few hours. The even better news is that this plugin comes for free.  

This stand-alone plugin opens up to the starting point, with a selection of blocks that can be added to your layout via a drag-and-drop method. Many features of Canvas include Banner, RSS, Static Text, Feature, Digg, Flickr, Random Tagline, Comment, Category List, Next, Archive, Description, Calendar, Search, Post and Navigation functions. Meanwhile, the Ink tab gives the user the freedom to decide which styles to use on the page without the need to check the actual stylesheet.


This tab proves very useful for beginners, as it has helpful links that correspond to each themed piece, depending on the style you are going to identify. These links load the template with reference to the part of the query, giving the user a clear idea of what the change will be. 



DailyMag Theme
Moderate notice
 
It is not surprising that some of the comments are owned by or moderated bloggers. However, when the system is programmed to delay posting comments on your blog, you will be happy to let your interested comment writers know that you have received this comment.


Without activating this notification, some of your readers may think that their comment is now gone, and they will have to rewrite your comment, when in fact your blog has saved it and is only waiting for your approval. However, the blog writer needs to be familiar with the code to activate this feature.


However, this is one way to stop commentators intruding into your blog. You can also add notification of your choice. Here's an example: Thanks for your comment. Take some time to publish your comment. Please check back later.  
 
More themes to match the content
 
While this blog can be set by the author, it is a topic that is very useful for first-time readers of their blog giving a good idea of what to expect by seeing the design in use. For this reason, WordPress theme designers are coming up with more specific themes to match different types of content. Experts say that the first few seconds spent by the visitor they determine your site's approach to your blog. Therefore, if your site fails to attract immediate attention, then you have potential repeat readers or site visits.
 
When designing your site or choosing the right theme, a site visitor's first concern is whether the site has the information it needs or not. Visual aspects can help in understanding much faster than text. If the theme you choose does not fit the general content of your site, it takes more effort to attract more followers. Whether we like it or not, it matters to many people, because beliefs and opinions are initially formed. 

WordPress Theme Competitions
 
To ensure their continuous flow of new themes, the blog and some partners have organized a theme competition to find and identify the best topics that have recently developed. The past year also saw many competitions, which attracted theme creators and users. This year, however, Blog Camp has seen a slowdown in the production of themes, perhaps due to the lack of the fact that many of the people who presented the theme were independent.  
 
However, with the advent of new customization features such as the Canvas and Widgets plugins, optimization of WordPress blogs still holds a lot of promise. It also promises more customizable themes in the future. For now, if you have not tried the latest WordPress optimization plugins, you are already missing out.


You can also try to modify some basic features, such as showing your front-page excerpt or full blog entries or changing the number of posts to show in your blog index or both. Whichever you choose, there are hundreds of themes available and other options for you to use, to stay on top of the look you want for your blog. 

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