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Parte 1: Empezando

1.1 instalación y configuración inicial

Lo más básico

1.1.1 Compra de hosting

Whilst you can get a free WordPress site from wordpress.com, you lose some control and you have to serve their ads. I personally advise obtaining your own hosting. Hay un montón de anfitriones por ahí, and which is most suitable will depends on your requirements and preferences. In the past I have hosted my own sites (e.g. jonscaife.com), He usado NearlyFreeSpeech.net para algunos sitios (e.g. Premiership-Predictors.co.uk), and for this site I’m currently using TSOHost. You should find a package that suits you. If you’re a beginner, I recommend finding a host which offers a control panel that includes automated installation of wordpress (e.g. via softaculous) as TSOHost does.

1.1.2 Comprar un dominio

I strongly recommend having a domain name for your site. An appropriate domain is cheap, looks more professional and helps ESTE. The easiest method is to buy this at the same time as your hosting. He usado bajo costo nombres en el pasado, pero recientemente he comprado la mayor parte de la mía de 123-reg. This should be a straight-forward process. If you choose a domain that doesn’t end in .com then consider buying the .com as well (mira la sección 1.4.13). Also think carefully about how long you buy the domain forlonger is better (mira la sección 2.1.13)

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1.1.3 Apunta tu dominio a tu hosting

Una vez que tenga un nombre de dominio, you need to point it to your hosting. If you’ve bought your hosting and domain with the same provider this has probably already been done for you. Si no tendrá que editar el DNS entry for your domain name and point it to the Name Servers of your hosting provider. You hosting provider will tell you what these are. You will usually want to change the nameservers – por ejemplo – as my hosting is with TSOHost I have my name servers set to ns2.tsohost.co.uk and ns1.tsohost.co.uk

1.1.4 Configure wordpress

Once you have both hosting and a domain name you need to set up wordpress on your hosting. Ideally this will be done via a control panel manager like softaculous or fantastico and should take just a few clicks. If you don’t have that option you need to do a manual installation. There is an excellent guide to manual installs on liquidweb. Once you’ve got wordpress installed, log in to your wordpress dashboard via the following web address: http://<your.domain>/wp-admin /

1.1.5 Obtener un tema personalizado

You don’t want your site to look like a million and 1 other wordpress sites, so you will want an alternative theme. Hay un montón de temas libres disponible – por ejemplo, when this article was originally published we were using the misterio tema. Since that time we’ve moved to a custom theme inspired by mystique and built on the responsive version of the huesos tema de arranque. Ideally you will want to consider a custom theme, pero para esto usted necesitará pagar, or invest considerable time developing your own. Once your site is up and running you can investigate custom themes. WordPress has a very helpful guide to developing themes, but I recommend using some of the free “blanco”, “bare-bones”, “naked”, “framework”, o “templatethemes available. These can get you started on a custom theme much faster, and many offer an excellent level of compatibility and features built-in. I recommend looking for (or creating) temas basados ​​en HTML5 y CSS3, and with support for microformats/microdata/rich snippets included. It is also worth having a theme which is “sensible” – es decir. it can adapt to lots of resolutions effectivelyso it will display on mobile devices correctly. There is extensive coverage of such themes elsewhere which I won’t duplicate here, for more information start by looking at WP Mayor, Diseño Shack, SpeckyBoy, Smashing Magasine o SpeckyBoy (de nuevo).

If you decide to customise or develop a theme then I strongly recommend using HTML5. This is a much more semantic language than previous versions and introduces new tags which have much more sensible names than all the “div” tags that designers used to use. Infórmate sobre las etiquetas como <sección>, <artículo>, <encabezamiento>, <pie de página>, <no>, <sección>, y <summary on w3schools

1.1.6 Prueba & validar su sitio

Una vez que su sitio está listo para ir, utilizar el W3C validators para HTML, css, Atom / RSS y mobile friendliness, utilizar el google herramienta de prueba de fragmentos enriquecidos para probar su microdatos, and consider checking the accessibility de su sitio. Hay many services out there that will run multiple browser tests and send you back images to verify that your page will render correctly in the huge range of web browsers out there. Use the powerful firebug browser plugin to debug any issues you find.

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