Paste WordPress: How to paste to WordPress editor without losing your text organization.
If you are publishing online with WordPress, sometimes you might want to copy and paste from Microsoft word to the WordPress visual editor.
Even though it is very simple, it still took me a while to figure out how to paste to WordPress from Microsoft, without disorganizing my text. I love plug-ins – they are great. But I don’t want to use them for every little thing.
If you paste directly into the visual editor, your text will be messed up by WordPress inbuilt codes.
The solution is to paste into the text editor instead of the visual editor. After that you can go back to the visual editor and continue with your editing. That is the only way to keep the orientation of your text in order.
The diagram below gives a visual illustration of what I mean.
Creating a sub-domain from the cPanel is easy, follow these simple steps
If you are a programming novice, and for some reason you found yourself meddling with a website setup, you would prefer your instructions to be as simplified as possible. Last week I tried creating a sub-domain, at first it was a little confusing. I could have figured it out myself, but it is convenient to contact my host company, and their feedback is usually prompt.
This instruction is for the cPanel control interface.
Log in to your cPanel client area.
On the left, there is an option menu. Below the home button, click product, and then form the product section click my product.
Click the view details. Your product details will open, below the billing information, there is a manage account section.
4. In the manage account section click the sub-domain option. It will open a create sub-domain box
5. In the form, type your sub-domain name and click create below the form. You should have your sub-domain