Nonprofit WordPress Episode 7: Moving to Self-Hosted WordPress [Video Tutorial]

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No matter who you are, you can make a website for your nonprofit.

In Episode 6 of the Nonprofit WordPress video tutorial series we looked at some of the paid features that WordPress.com offers. With those additions, we’ve taken our website’s WordPress.com incarnation as far as we can. In this final episode we’ll explore the wider world, looking at what’s possible if we migrate our nonprofit website from WordPress.com to “self-hosted WordPress”.

Episode 7: Self-Hosted WordPress

WordPress.com provides us with a great tool for building our initial website. But it’s also a curated garden, keeping things simple by limiting some of our options.

The wider world of WordPress offers plugins to enhance our website’s abilities, and an enormous number of themes to choose from, as well as the option to modify or even create a unique theme with custom programming.

This final episode in the video tutorial series considers why we might want to move from WordPress.com to “self-hosted” WordPress, and what’s involved in making that happen.

Nonprofit WordPress Episode 7: Self-Hosted WordPress

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