I’ve recently travelled to Belgrade, the capital and the largest city of Serbia, located in Southeastern Europe. It was an amazing beary trip filled with vegan food, friends & family, outdoor adventures and WordPress. This is a wrap up of one week full of bear adventures.
Have you ever heard of WordPress? Today I’d like to share my WordPress story with you. The first time I came in contact with was due to my human’s work. They run a niche WordPress theme shop called Anariel Design. From the very beginning, I found their job very interesting as they are doing lots of creative tasks. They are working from home, which means I can spend the whole day together with them. I started helping them by doing some small tasks and during this time I learned a lot about WordPress and became a CEO of Anariel Design 😂. You can find me here. Ok, let’s get back to the topic.
WordPress is a versatile Content Management System that can be used to run a wide variety of websites, including websites for non-profits and charities. Owing to the large collection of plugins and themes that can help you get more out of WordPress, setting up a charity website using WP has become an easy process.
So, how do you get started with WordPress when building a website for a non-profit organization or a charity group? This WordPress guide shall answer all your questions.
What is WordPress? WordPress is an Open Source project which means many people all over the world are volunteering and working on it and thanks to them you are free to use it for creating your own website or blog without paying anyone a license fee. It’s 100% free.
As an open source project, the source code of the software is available for anyone to study, modify and play with.