This is my first day with WordPress and I’m trying to think of the equivalent with CuteHTML a year ago. Difficult to do, but WordPress doesn’t come over to me as being as simple to use design wise as it claims to be.
I want to do something that would be really simple in HTML – add some text to my header – a subtitle. How to so it? The on-line tutorials show me how to add a photo, which i dont want to (but it would have to be a stock one anyway, not my own) but no reference to my simple query.
If I mess around with the coding just to experiment, I cannot view it in a browser to see if my alterations are okay; and If i save my work and it’s wrong (which it was) I have a terrible time trying to rectify it rather than being able just to click a back-button and undo unwanted work. Will it get any better/easier? Or should I just return to adding static pages to my easy-to-use website and add a RSS feed?
Your comments are welcome as too would be the coding resolution to my problem.
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