About Matt Dean.

Website: https://mattthedean.com
Bio: My name is Matt Dean and I have made hundreds of websites often using WordPress as the foundation. Whether you are an amateur web developer or a business owner in need of a professional-looking website, I aim to provide you with practical advice for developing and maintaining your WordPress website.

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Posts by Matt Dean:

Creative Designs using Mandala Patterns (Design Bundles) [ad]

Posted on: 28 Jul 2020

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How to set your WordPress homepage (Beginners Guide)

Posted on: 04 Jul 2020

So you’re looking to set your wordpress homepage. Wondering how to change it from the default ‘blog’ view and instead replacing it with a much more appealing, custom view so that when visitors come to your site, it will display the information that you want. Continue Reading ...

Free WordPress Themes to check out in 2020

Posted on: 03 Jul 2020

Are you on the lookout for free wordpress themes for your current website, or are you perhaps just starting out and wondering where to begin with Themes? Continue Reading ...

5 WordPress Plugins Every Site Needs

Posted on: 02 Jul 2020

WordPress Plugins play a vital role in the world of website management with nearly 25 Million websites all using wordpress theres bound to come a time when you just want to do more with your website. Continue Reading ...

Adding Google Services to WordPress (The Easy Way)

Posted on: 01 Jul 2020

Google is without a doubt the biggest website in the world and you want to get your posts and pages ranked on google. The easiest way to start with that is by adding Google Services to your website, such as Google Analytics, Google Search Console and Google Adsense (This lets you make money from your blog). Continue Reading ...

How To Add The Facebook Like Button To WordPress. (Without Plugins)

Posted on: 30 Jun 2020

If there’s one thing I love doing more than anything, its making stuff for the internet. So as a result I’ve made hundreds of websites (often built with WordPress) and have learned quite a lot about the design and the back end code that goes with it. But you can only do so much with a ‘Free WordPress Theme’ aside from slapping on a load of pre-made plugins. Continue Reading ...