It's a nice day, you're pointing your DNS for your new domain, everything is looking hopeful and a bit exciting. You're gonna have a brand new site soon.
This is being written to serve as a reference material, a guide to refer back to. We will be using it ourselves so we will be trying to keep it as current as time and workload permits. However that does not mean the website will always match what you see on this post, these are only linked screenshots after all.
Let you in on a little secret... We use Wordfence, and for some very good reasons. Oh, Wordfence is no secret by any means, it is a feature packed security plugin and, in my honest opinion, the best. Our sites, forgive the possessive tone, have been problem free with Wordfence (One site quickly approaching 1500 users). Not that we haven't had hackers, you should see what some people try to log in with, so there is the tech entertainment value too. We strongly recommend Wordfence to all our clients.
Installing an extra Blog page on WordPress is an old trick that all the old hands know, but WordPress is growing everyday and new users are stepping up all the time so we thought we would help them out a little.
Today, while looking for something else I found three ways to do this, all on one site. Let me explain that…