Frequently asked questions on WordPress.com

Thank you everybody for all your comments and e-mails in the last few months, we’ve decided to publish a few of them – obviously the frequently asked ones. Please click on ‘FAQs’ in the navigation bar on top of the page or on any question below.

We’ve covered the following questions so far:

  1. What’s the difference between WordPress.com and WordPress.org?
  2. Why do you offer WordPress.com training?
  3. How long will it take me to set up a website in WordPress.com?
  4. Why is a course only 4 hours, not a full day?
  5. I’m not a ‘techie’, will I be able to update the site myself?
  6. Can I take the ‘wordpress’ out of my domain name?
  7. How much will it cost me to run a site built in WordPress?
  8. Can I get an e-mail address with my domain name?
  9. For whom is a website built in WordPress.com recommended?
  10. What about other content management systems such as Joomla and Drupal?
  11. Do you still offer WordPress.org courses?
  12. What if I’m not sure if I need WordPress.com or WordPress.org?
  13. What do I learn in the WordPress.com Advanced Course?
  14. How difficult is the WordPress.com Advanced Course?
  15. Can I use a WordPress.org account for the Starter and/or Advanced Course?
  16. Will I need to learn any coding?
  17. Is there any support available after the course?
  18. Is there anybody well-known using WordPress for their website?
  19. How is WordPress.com powered and what about its downtime?

If you don’t find what you’re looking for, please just drop us a line to julie@wp-courses-ireland.com. We’ll update the FAQs regularly and please feel free to add your questions by e-mail or commenting.

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