Based on the sort of help with WordPress you are thinking about, there are many different options. Let’s look into the various options, established on the problem. hide wp login

If if you’re having specific issues with extensions, templates or errors with your WordPress installation itself, then the first stop should be the community forums at WordPress. org. Hundreds of thousands (if not millions) of other users are constantly posting and sharing tips, helping the other person solve similar problems. 

Looking the forums can sometimes be a daunting activity, but there are some ways of doing a more efficient search. If you’re experiencing trouble with a wordpress tool, try going to the plugin directory FIRST, then look for a hyperlink in the sidebar (under the top download button) called “Forum posts” — clicking on this will take you directly to a place of posts regarding that plugin. Do that before striving a general browse the Forums homepage. This is because doing a search there will provide you with results from ALL of the forums which is often very entertaining as you should sort through a lot of articles that don’t match your issue.

The same process can even be done when looking at a template list inside website directory. It can a much faster way of finding the help you need. Sometimes theme developers have their own sites with forums for troubleshooting issues with their themes, so try looking in Appearances > Themes for the link to the developer’s site for help. This is usually the best approach so that you do not have to sort through forum posts that don’t match your theme exactly.

Additionally, when making a post in the forums (only after you can’t find someone more with the same problem) be sure to write a suitable draw including the plugin or theme name, or the specific section inside the WordPress administration. This can make a major difference whether or not other users find your post or not.

In addition to looking at WordPress. org for solutions, you can also find help with WordPress as tutorials on sites like YouTube or HubPages. com. These websites are packed with video and textual content tutorials that can coach you on nearly every factor of using the WordPress CMS. Chances are someone has written a tutorial on the precise theme you’re looking for, so search those sites and you’ll be a WordPress expert in no time!