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WordPress Hosting

I was recently asked about WordPress hosting. How does the hosting work? Why are there so many web hosts? Which host is the best one?

In the simplest terms hosting is where files are stored on a server and people access the information from multiple locations.  This is the same for a WordPress site and any other site.  Think of WordPress like an application.  It has to be installed and then you can interact with it; it is a framework.  WordPress is a content management system or CMS.  WordPress provides the structure to add and display your information the those who visit your site.  The hosting service provides the public space where others can come find your site.

As for the question about the web hosts, well why are there so many car companies? Competition and variety. Just like any other market there will be multiple companies providing the same or similar product or service.  Each is the same yet different and one is not always better than the other.  When you are shopping for a car you will look at many variables that will affect your decision.  Variables such as size, features, price, dependability, reputation, etc.  These same variables apply to the web hosts and it will come down to your needs for your site and the features you want.

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No additional options to configure.

No additional options to configure.

  1. Image – Select an image to use for the page title background.
  2. Title/Breadcrumb Position – Choose where to display the title/breadcrumb.
  3. Position – Choose the position for the image.
  4. Attachment – Choose how the image will display.
  5. Repeat – Choose how the image will repeat.
  6. Size – Choose the size of the image.
  7. Height – Set a custom height for the page title section.
  8. Overlay Opacity – Set the opacity for the image cover overlay.
  9. Overlay Color – Set the overlay color.

No additional options to configure. Setting this style will hide the page title.

This option is available only individual pages. See the Individual Page (Theme) Settings section on the Building Your Site page.

  1. Infinite Scroll: Spinners Color - Set the spinner color.
  2. Infinite Scroll: Last Text - Set the text to display at the end of the blog content.
  3. Infinite Scroll: Error Text - Set the error text.

No additional options to set.

  1. Images Size – Set the size of the post images.
  2. Grid Columns – Set how many columns you’d like displayed (2 – 6).
  3. Grid Style
    1. Fit Rows – Check the Equal Heights box if you want the rows to be equal height
    2. Masonry – no additional options

  1. Image Position – Choose where the image will be.
  2. Vertical Position – Choose the vertical position.
  3. Custom Image Width – Set a custom width for the blog images.
  4. Custom Image Height – Set a custom height for the blog images.
  5. Category Color – Set a color for the category.
  6. Category Hover Color – Set a hover color for the category.
  7. Comments Color – Set a color for the comments.
  8. Comments Hover Color – Set a hover color for the comments.
  9. Date Colore – Set a color for the date.

Please Note: This is only showing what settings are different, most settings are still the same.

  1. General Settings
    1. Close Menu Text – Enter the text you want to show to close the menu
  2. Mobile Menu
    1. Drop Down Max Height – Set the height where you want to display the scrollbar in the drop down
  3. Styling: Mobile Menu
    1. All options are the same other than there is no Close Button Background option

Please Note: This is only showing what settings are different, most settings are still the same.

  1. General Settings - no change
  2. Mobile Menu - only has option to enable the search box
  3. Styling: Mobile Menu - no Close Button Background or Border Color options, otherwise generally the same

There are no options to configure.

  1. Overlay Background Color – Set the background color of the overlay.
  2. Input Color – Set the input color.
  3. Input Placeholder Color – Set the input placeholder color.
  4. Input Dashed Text Color – Set the input dashed text color.
  5. Input Border Color – Set the border color of the input area.
  6. Input Border Color: Hover – Set the border hover color of the input area.
  7. Input Border Color: Focus – Set the border focus color of the input area.
  8. Close Button Color – Set the color of the close button.

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