7 essential settings to configure after installing wordpress

After setting up your cPanel and installing WordPress, most common problem of new bloggers like you is to change settings of your WordPress.

wordpress settings

 

Having bought a domain name and web hosting and setting up your cPanel you have crossed the level 1 and entered into level 2.

As the title suggests that in this blog I am going to share with you how you will change some of your settings, so that your website may work super fine.

All the blog I share with you is my personal experience how I managed to set up my website. If you are reading my blog then you also have a flair to earn money online.

Hook till the end to know each and every setting needed to configure for your website.

Here the list of 7 must configure settings after installing your WordPress:

1. Setting up your WordPress permalink:-

     a) Go to My sites.

     b) Click on your Domain name.

     c) Go to settings.

     d) Click on Permalink.

     e) Change permalink to post name.

     f) Drag down and click on Save Changes.

permalink

 

2. Discussion and Comment Settings:-

     a) Go to settings.

     b) Click on Discussion.

discussion

 

Change your settings as given in above image.

3. Sharing your content automatically when you publish your content:-

     a) Go to Settings.

     b) Click on Sharing option.

     c) There will be so many social sharing options like Facebook,  Twitter, etc. Click on connect option and enter your social media web address and you will be configured.

sharing

4. Setting timezone:-

     a) Click on Settings.

     b) Click on General.

      c) Scroll down and you will find timezone.

      d) Set your desired timezone, date format, time format and the start of the week.

timezone

 

5. Media settings:-

     a) Go to settings.

     b) Click on Media.

Follow the screenshot to configure your media settings.

media

 

For media settings, I would highly recommend you to use plugins.

Here is a list of plugins you will need to compress your media files.

6. Deleting the default post and page:-

     a) Go to pages.

     b) Click on all pages.

     c) Click on Trash, for the page you want to delete.

If you want to delete your post, then Settings > Post> Delete.

7. Enable/disable user registration:-

     a) Click on My sites.

     b) Click on Network Admin.

     C) Now Settings > Network Settings.

In these part, you will become a bit confused so I have provided an image for your convenience.

user registration

 

These were the 7 steps to configure your settings after installing WordPress.

Now the next level will be installing the best themes and plugins for your website. Whenever you install WordPress, make sure you have these 7 settings configured.

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