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- • Basic Customization
- • Setting Your Domain Name
- • Lenderama Theme Options
- • Publishing/Editing Overview
- • Add License Info to Footer of Website
- • Updating Your User Profile
- • About Me Widget
- • WordPress Dashboard
- • Getting a GRAVATAR
There are many steps involved with setting up a new Lenderama mortgage website, but the initial process of getting started with your new site has been designed to be as quick and painless as possible. There are only a few steps you’ll need to pay attention to in the beginning, and you can literally be ready to roll in about 30 minutes or less.
Don’t own your own domain name yet for your website? Click here to purchase your domain name now from Lendomains.com and then watch this video on how to point your domain name to your new website.
You can use the Lenderama menu on the WordPress Dashboard to control many aspects of the look and feel of your website. This tutorial also includes preferred images sizes for use in various places of your site like a custom banner header.
A blog is simply a web platform that is specifically designed for the purpose of publishing content to the web. You can organize the content as a page or post, and organize further via categories and tags.
Whether you are a banker, lender, or broker; most mortgage professionals will need to list some kind of license information in their websites.
Your user profile with be displayed below each blog article that you write.
Tutorial on how to setup the about me section on the sidebar of your website.
http://NAME.lenderama.com/wp-admin.php is your initial login page, where NAME.lenderama.com is the URL of your new website. Your username and password should have been emailed to you. This tutorial will cover the basic options of your WordPress dashboard, which is the backend of your website.
Your Gravatar (globally recognized avatar) is a picture of you that is assigned to your email address and follows you from site to site appearing beside your name when you do things like comment or post on a blog. GRAVATARs help identify your posts on blogs and web forums.