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WordPress has an excellent Custom Menu function that allows you to create a navigation menu based on your preferences. All Gabfire Themes allow you to use a Custom Navigation Menu in place of the theme’s default menu. Instructions In WordPress, go to Appearance -> Menus Create a Custom Menu by clicking the + tab. Give it a Name. Then, choose items such ..

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Now that you have WordPress installed, you may want to create some Categories to classify your posts. Go to Posts –> Categories Enter the required information Click Add New Category Video Tutorial: How to Create and Use Categories Note: Depending on your WordPress version, the admin screen may look slightly different. However, the instructions are still ..

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Now that you have WordPress installed, the next step is to upload and activate your theme. Download the theme to your computer. Upload the theme to WordPress (Appearance –> Themes –> Install Themes Activate the theme Video Tutorial: How to Upload and Activate Your Theme Note: Depending on your WordPress version, the admin screen may look ..

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With your WordPress installed on your root domain type into your browser bar your website’s domain. (www.yoursite.com) Add the following to the end of your domain: /wp-admin Example: www.yourwebsite.com/wp-admin After pressing enter you will be greeted with the standard WordPress log in screen. Type in your user name and password and click on log in. You will ..

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If you have already secured a domain name and hosting, then you are now ready to install WordPress. There are thousands of tutorials on the web that will help you to do exactly this. However, we have taken the time to provide the following tutorials for your quick reference. One-Click Install from Hosting Control Panel ..

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Related Posts Will add 5 extra related posts. It is possible to increase/decrease the number of posts by adding a parameter such as [related_posts limit=”10″] where 10 is a configurable number. The posts are displayed in a list format and use the theme’s widget list style. How to use Relate Posts shortcode: [related_posts] Quote How ..

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