Whether or not you have concerns about security for content on your domain, there are very good reasons for understanding to make sure your content is served over SSL, and how the http:// in front of web site addresses is different from ones that start with https://. The latter are sites that send content that… Read more »
Activities Categorized "Domain Camp Week 3"
There’s more to a Domain of One’s Own than web sites! You have the power now to create email addresses, forwarders, even mailing lists that are named with your domain. In this section, we will show you easily how to set up a custom email address that can forward messages to the system you use… Read more »
You now have set up at least two WordPress sites, and maybe after the creation of a WordPress based Calling Card site you can sense there is more to using this for a chronologically organized series of posts. Enter the world of SPLOTs, which might mean Smallest Possible Learning Online Tool (or something else), see… Read more »
Having done a first WordPress installation for the experience and understanding how it works, it’s time to create a site for ourself, a landing page or a calling card site for our domain. The three themes we are suggesting are relatively simple yet flexible (but are hardly your own options). You can create sites using… Read more »