[This post is part of the article Starting A Blog – Thoughts And Experiences.]
Even though WordPress is primarily used like a blog tool, it offers very convenient features by which you can set up a conventional website with it. I started out with WordPress to set up this blog, and was planning to develop a separate . . . → Read More: Creating A Website With WordPress
This post is intended to be an “article” or a collection of all my posts on the topic of setting up a blog. The following are links to the relevant posts.
Blog Or Website?
Building A Website Over A Blog
Why Both a Blog And A Website?
Setting Up My WordPress Blog
Customizing My WordPress Blog
Setting Up WordPress Talian 1.0 . . . → Read More: Article: Starting A Blog – Thoughts and Experiences
This is a continuation from the post Building A Website Over A Blog.
You get the best of both worlds.
Going back to what a blog offers, you can see that it serves as a convenient place to accumulate little ideas, facts and thoughts. If you think of something to write about, it is very easy to write . . . → Read More: Why Both A Blog And A Website?
This is a continuation from the post Blog Or Website?
How does this work? Do you have to rewrite all the articles for the website?
Not at all. Here is how I see it. My blog is based on WordPress. I will use it as an example here. The blog as the owner or the visitor sees it . . . → Read More: Building A Website Over A Blog
A conventional website is more structured and organizes content in a fairly rigid way. A weblog or blog is more informal in the way it collects or “logs” articles and organizes them into categories in a more automated way.
A blog grows in ways very similar to how we learn things and how we build on . . . → Read More: Blog or Website?