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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