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Theme installation in the WordPress Dashboard. You have decided to use WordPress and Divi for your project and have already successfully installed it? Twelve things you can do with every new Divi installation

So, you have chosen to use WordPress and Divi for your projects and have already successfully installed it? You should do certain things with every new install. For example, some safety add-ons, advanced search engine optimization (SEO) preferences, or linking your website to your Google Analytics conto.

I' ll tell you what you should do after installing WordPress & Divi in my listing below. In addition to all the things discussed below in this review, you will most likely want to change the look of your website and use the Divi WordPress topic. Also you can read this WordPress Hints blog (it's in Spanish and some other languages) that bloggers about the Divi topic and some other WordPress gimmicks.

When you want Google to index your website, make sure you don't have the following in your robots: . text files or in the website headers. Probably you have chosen the setting "Prevent searching machines from referencing this website" in the WordPress read setting (Settings > Read).

Your first safety precaution for your WordPress Web site is to turn off your WordPress Administration Control Panel sign-in page. In this way, it becomes much more difficult for the hacker to access your WordPress administration pane. This can be done with a safety plug-in, but as far as I'm concerned, I use a specific plug-in only for this feature.

It' it' WPS Hide Log in. It' s a good idea not to use "admin" as your WordPress user name, as this is the first logon user name a hacker will attempt when trying to sign in to your site. Also, I suggest not to use your correct name as a WP user name. You may then have your name as a WordPress writer, but your WP Logon user name will be different.

You can use a safety plug-in to restrict the number of logon tries on your WordPress page. When you want to keep up with the traffic to your site, the best way to do that is to use Google Analytics. To use it, you need a Google Account. Then you' ll either need to add your Google Analytics tracker to your website or you can use a plug-in.

Recommended is the Google Analytics Dashboard for WP plug-in. If you are using an advanced GA plug-in, however, you can add your GA codes to the preferences. You do not need a specific plug-in. When you want different Google analysis information from your site that is not available in Google Analytics, you should use the Google Research Console (formerly known as Google Webmaster Tools).

When you want to get Google to send your website to your friends, you should also use an advanced Google Plug-in. Of course, however, you need to do more than just install and install your own free software plug-in if you want to get some good and steady traffic from the webmasters. Then this image will appear next to your name on all WordPress logs (not just your blog) where you will post a comments.

Under Divi > Topic Option, type your Elegant Themes user name and your Apache programming interface keys to take full benefit of Divi update seamlessly. Visit the Divi themme customizer and adjust everything to your liking. Create a design using Divi Builder, which you will use for most pages (or posts) on your website.

Store it in the Divi libraries. In this way you are saving a great deal of your working hours and making your work much simpler, as you can download your layouts for each of your pages from the Divi Library. If you are sharing this site with a customer or start a more authored blogs, don't miss to set up the Divi Role Editor (found under "Divi > Role Editor").

For your customer (or authors), you can deactivate the Divi-Builder entirely or just give them full control over the module and other functions they should use.

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