How to Integrate WordPress with a Website: A Noteworthy Tutorial


There is no doubt that wordpress is a very powerful web-based program that can be used by anyone for the purpose of building and maintaining a website. It can also be used to build and maintain blogs. However, the fact that wordpress is an open source application, it is now slowly transforming itself into a much powerful application than merely remaining as a tool just for bloggers. It can be customized as a full fledged CMS website with the help of simple plugins.

At present, one can install wordpress into a sub-folder of an existing website. Though wordpress is a very simple application, it can be made complex if the end user wants. It is totally depended on wordpress developers how best they make use of wordpress and integrate it with the existing website. Many people think that the integration of wordpress with a website is a very tedious job but it is not as difficult as it is made out to be. Let us get into the tutorial related to WordPress integration and understand more about the various wordpress development techniques and tools, used to integrate it with a new website or an existing website. The ultimate object of this wordpress integration is to make WordPress blog look like a website of your own. Once this objective is achieved, we can use further wordpress development techniques to make the entire site start running with wordpress.

There are some basic ground rules that need to be followed while going for integration of wordpress with other websites. This is a technical task and hence it would be best handed by a wordpress developer who have the right kind of experience and expertise in performing such integration tasks. The first thing you need to do is creating a folder under the website that could be in your name. In this folder or subdirectory the next step would be downloading the wordpress CMS. Once the files have been downloaded, then the next thing to be done is to install wordpress in that folder.

The next important task is to perform some coding activities that will transform the regular PHP pages into some other pages, which have the capacity of utilizing the wordpress. This calls for adding some new code snippets at the beginning of each page. This is a technical job that is best left to some good wordpress developers who have the experience of writing such codes to integrate wordpress with existing websites or new websites.

Once the process of transforming regular PHP pages to other wordpress compatible pages is completed, the next task would be to construct a loop in each and every page. This again is done with the help of some codes that needs to be done by a professional programmer. The function of such loops is to ensure that the user is able to take full advantage of the various template tags or plugins that are available with wordpress. This calls for having a reasonably thorough knowledge of the various uses of loops, and here again as an ordinary end user you would be better placed to take the help of some wordpress design expertise who can write codes for such loop building exercises.

The above are the first few steps towards the integration of wordpress into a new or existing website. The next important task is to make a theme using WordPress which eventually would go a long way in replacing your web pages on your site. This again can be best handled by professional software developers who have an impeccable experience not only in website development but also in wordpress development. To put it in simple words a theme is nothing but a set of files that are used to give instructions to wordpress as to how to display a site.

Mentioned are some of basic steps that are needed to integrate wordpress into your website and further technical details and the exact coding languages are available in quite a few websites or could be written by a team of wordpress development experts who also have the right experience in creation of beautiful websites.

 

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