Appetizing website, SEO sauce
Or how to start with your host without making a mistake. Of course, if your site is already hosted, you just have to skip the steps
Portions Preparation time
10000visitors 1hours
Cooking time Waiting time
15minutes 15minutes
Portions Preparation time
10000visitors 1hours
Cooking time Waiting time
15minutes 15minutes
Ingredients
  • 1 host very cool, preferred SSD wafers which attach less. Swiss or French origin, in any case local.
  • 1 domain nameon the contrary not too fresh, the more bottles the better
  • 1 PHP 7.1
  • 1 WordPressPrefer the very latest version of the day
Instructions
Preparations
  1. Read this article https://wpformation.com/choisir-hebergement-wordpress/
  2. Choose your host. I recommend Infomaniak.com if you are just starting out, this is where I host this blog. But WPserver.net or alouit-multimedia.com are very good choices. OVH, 1 & 1 will also do the trick
Recipe
  1. Create an account or log in if you already have one
  2. Create your domain name or register the one you already have (we'll connect it later). Add a WordPress site with the default configuration (one or more pages)
SEO seasoning
  1. At Infomaniak in Home / Domain & Hosting / Hosting management / click on your site
  2. Season with PHP 7.1 or + Adds script memory limit (memory_limit) until full. Compress your files well. Be careful, the beginner's mistake is to use Google PageSpeed.
Add some SSL
  1. SSL is the salt of your site. It helps improve performance. Go to Home / Domain & Hosting / Hosting management / TONSITE / SSL Certificates (more info on SSL in the
  2. Choose your site in the drop-down menu and click on "install"
  3. Check "Free SSL certificate (https)" then certificate installation.
  4. Home / Domain & Hosting / Accommodation management / TONSITE / My WordPress Site then "configure", then "settings, and choose your domain name which starts with Recipe N ° 4 The importance of SSLing well
Notes

There you have it, your site is installed and ready to go. Do not hesitate to comment so that I improve this recipe. What did you like? What spelling mistake did I make? How can I improve it? Now the rest of the menu with the Recipe 2: measure your progress