What is WordPress

In case you have been wondering what is “WordPress” that people are hyped up with!!! Here is an intro, will be publishing tricks and tips as we go along: WordPress is an Open Source software system used by millions of people around the world to create beautiful websites and blogs. It is completely customisable by the use of themes and plugins. “WordPress is web software you can use to create a beautiful website or blog. We like to say that WordPress is both free and priceless at the same time.” Themes can be easily downloaded from the WordPress site or from hundreds of other places around the web. The same goes with plugins, which are used to extend the functionality of your WordPress site. WordPress is built around two basic concepts. Posts and Pages. Posts are typical blog entries. A series of articles, listed (usually) reverse-chronologically. Pages are used for more static content (i.e. content that doesn’t change or changes infrequently). An ‘About us’ page is an example of a Page on a typical website. In most cases you’ll find that the content in the ‘About us’ page doesn’t change all that frequently. Now, you might be thinking, “but I don’t need a blog”. This might be true, but you can also use the blog concept if you have a site where you need to display your ‘latest news’ or even just company updates. Basically, any information that gets updated on a semi-regular basis can benefit from the ‘blog’ functionality. Whether that’s a traditional blog, your company’ ‘latest news’ or even just your own personal updates. The following are...

What is web hosting ?

Web hosting is a service that lets you put your website online, store emails, store files using your web disk as a cloud. You only pay a small monthly or annual fee to rent the web disk or hosting space. Its a an online flash drive you own. Below I have tried to paint a picture so you can understand much better : Domain (www. company .co.za) = Sim card Emails = SMS Web hosting ( www.kubuweb.co.za) web disk = Phone So basically you need a hosting services like Kubuweb to get a web disc to make domain work , like you would need a phone to make a sim card work. To get your domain and web hosting, please email us: info@kubuweb.co.za or CALL 076 485...

Set up a POP3 or IMAP4 connection to your email in Outlook 2010 or Outlook 2013

  Set up a POP3 or IMAP4 connection to your email in Outlook 2010 or Outlook 2013 If you’re using Outlook 2010 or Outlook 2013, you may be able to connect using Exchange instead of through POP3 or IMAP4. Connecting using Exchange gives you calendaring and collaboration features that you can’t get if you connect using POP or IMAP. For more information, see What else do I need to know? later in this article. Open Outlook. If the Microsoft Outlook Startup wizard appears, on the first page of the wizard, click Next. Then, on the E-mail Accounts page, click Next to set up an email account. If the Microsoft Outlook Startup wizard doesn’t appear, on the Outlook toolbar, click the File tab. Then, just above the Account Settings button, click Add Account. Click Manually configure server settings or additional server types, and then click Next. On the Choose Service page, select Internet E-mail, and then click Next. Provide the following information on the Internet E-mail Settings page. Under User Information: In the Your Name box, enter the name you want users to see when you send email from this account. In the E-mail Address box, enter your email address. Under Server Information: Under Account Type, select IMAP or POP3. We recommend using IMAP because it supports more features. In the Incoming mail server box, enter the IMAP or POP server name. If you’re connecting to your Office 365 email, the IMAP or POP server name is outlook.office365.com. If you’re not using Office 365, see Find your POP or IMAP server settings later in this article. In the Outgoing mail...