Are you a WordPress beginner?
I was too, read more about me here. Do you want to create an HTTPS WordPress website that will actually work? In 2014 Google, the biggest search engine at the moment, mentioned;
We’ve seen positive results, so we’re starting to use HTTPS as a ranking signal.
Do you need WordPress video tutorials to guide you through from A until Z, showing you building a WordPress website that eventually has the secure badge or HTTPS without using a plugin? Why without a plugin to run your website on HTTPS? Because plugins that help you on running your site on HTTPS can slow down your new website. If from the beginning you start your website and already being slowed down by a plugin, then how would it be faster later on when you install other plugins or have advertisement scripts?
It’s important to minimize the number of redirects issued by your application
Watch this below video to preview the step
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Choose Long Term
I try to record WP video tutorials that can benefit you for the long term. The appearance of a website is indeed important, but WordPress is a CMS that needs constant maintenance as it is updated continuously. This is why in my most video tutorials, I try to achieve things that won't harm your website for a long run. I can't be tired enough saying on my WordPress videos that using too many plugins that are not really necessary for your site can be avoided. I want your site to be easier to maintain, I don't want to show you shortcuts, shortcuts are quick to be achieved, but the result is not optimal.
Therefore your benefit also matters to me.
Setting up a WordPress website is super easy!
Step 1. Get a domain
Domain is your web address, for example, mine is wpvidZ.com. FYI, you can have a domain without a webhost.
Step 2. Webhost
Since I have many websites, I am using these both web hosts so I can recommend them to you. If you look for better support or hardware, go with SiteGround, if you look for good affordable one, go with HostGator. In SiteGround, you will need to pay about 250 USD a year when the renewal time comes.
Step 3. Install WP
Check out the official WP famous 5-minutes installation guide, or check out my complete video tutorial on this here.