Once you have installed WordPress, you will notice the themes, especially the default yearly themes, are often overused. However, with a bit of code, you can make your WordPress site stand out. By changing CSS styles, we can change the look and feel of a WordPress theme to fit a custom site. Here’s a breakdown on how I used custom CSS to improve the look and feel of my website to fit my personality.
So I’ve decided to chronicle my projects for all to see on my new blog. I can’t think of a better way to christen the site than to walk though the process of installing WordPress on a server.
We’re going to need a few things to get started, like a computer to act as our webserver. I’m developing this website on my Ubuntu 16.04 laptop, and will be walking though all the steps with this OS in mind. Most Linux distros should have fairly similar steps for installing the dependencies, but you should consult google for specific instructions.