How to add to or edit your WordPress website

How to add to or edit your WordPress website

I’ve lost count of the number of websites we’ve built and maintain for salon & spa owners – it’s well over 500 anyway.

Once upon a time, only true geeks had the skill and desire to work on updating websites. But thanks to advances in technology, it’s becoming easier and easier for even the technology-challenged to do a lot of this stuff on a home computer.

All the websites we build are constructed using the universal WordPress content management platform, using a Divi theme as the content ‘builder’. The beauty of Divi is you can quickly and easily add or change your words, images, photos and videos on the ‘front end’ – without knowing a thing about techy stuff like coding.

In this video, I’m joined by one of our resident digital marketing specialists, Sam Buckley as we take you through a short ‘how-to’ make changes on your own WordPress site.

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