If you’ve ever wondered what it would look like if you set up an account on WordPress, you’ll be happy to know it’s actually pretty simple.
And it’s completely free.
And, with this tutorial, you can get it up and running in no time.
Read on to learn how.
Step 1: Download and install WordPress pluginFor this tutorial we’ll be using the WordPress plugin by Yoast.
Yoast has an excellent and free support site.
If you’re unfamiliar with the plugin, you might want to read our guide on how to install it on your own WordPress site.
Once you’ve downloaded the plugin (it’s free), head over to its download page and install it.
You’ll be asked to install the plugin if it’s already installed on your computer, and you’ll need to click on the Download button.
Once the download is finished, open up the WordPress admin interface and select the plugin you want to install.
This should bring up the Yoast plugin management panel.
Once you’ve clicked the Install button, you should see your new WordPress installation on your WordPress website.
Now that we’ve got the plugin installed, it’s time to get to the fun stuff.
We’ll start by setting up a simple personal WordPress blog to serve as a repository for all our personal WordPress content.
Yoacamp offers a simple interface for creating a new WordPress blog, but it’s worth looking into the WordPress administration interface to make sure everything is working properly.
To set up your personal WordPress account, go to Yoacamps WordPress Admin interface and click on Create New.
Yoamp will then ask you to name your blog.
Name your blog the name you want it to have.
We’ll call our blog WordPress-Blog.
Once the name is selected, click Next.
Yoakamp will now create a new admin page for your WordPress blog.
You can choose from several different admin pages for your blog, depending on what you need for your personal site.
After the admin page is created, you need to choose your WordPress domain name.
You may need to do this in order to create a WordPress blog account on the Yoacam.
You should now be in the WordPress Admin section of Yoacams admin page.
The first step is to register for an account with YoacAMP.
Once we’ve done that, we’ll now create our blog.
Now, once we’ve logged into our WordPress account and logged into Yoac’s WordPress Admin page, you’re now able to create new posts.
We can select new posts from the list, and we can select a title, body, or tag.
This will set the default post type to a blog post.
The next step is setting up the title of your blog post for our blog post, and the tags that we’ll use in it.
Here’s how we’ll do it.
The body of our blog will be the title, so we’ll pick Body Title: A Blog post.
This is the title that we will put in the body of the blog post and put in a header tag.
The body tag will set up the content for the body.
For example, if we wanted to add a short message to the post, we’d pick the title with the body content that says “A Little Message for Your Friends.”
This would set up our post to be a short and simple message.
Now we need to set the tags for our posts.
We’re going to use the following tags to define the post’s tags:title: A short title for the post body: A title for our body post_author: The author name for the blog page, which will be in our body tag title_link: The link to the page on our blog body_tag: The title of the post tag_link_meta: The meta tag for the title tag_title: The name of the title on the post article_meta_link2: The Meta Link to the article meta_link3: The Link to Meta Link meta_meta2: Meta Link for the meta text meta_text: The text on the blog article_title_link4: The Title of the Article title_meta5: The Name of the Blog post_body: A body tag body_tags: The tags that will be included in our blog posts post article: The content of the article title_tag6: The Header Tag title_body7: The Tag to be included as a Header in the post_head: The header tag body: The body of your posts body_title7: This will be used as the title for your post_header: This is a Header tag body-body-title7-body: This header will be applied to the body and title of all your posts_body_body-body_title2: This body will contain the title and body of each post in a separate body tag_body2: A header tag will be added to the title in a single body tag-body2-