Setting Up Your Managed WordPress with the 1&1 IONOS Wizard

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Choose a Design

WordPress is the most common Content Management System (CMS) used among bloggers and companies  to design and manage websites.

Log in to your account to start the setup wizard.

Install websites as a default application

Change the domain with Managed WordPress

Once the installation is complete, you can set up your Managed WordPress with the 1&1 IONOS wizard.

The setup wizard in the overview

Choose a Website Type

Take creative control of your blog or website by choosing a website type. Each website type offers you a selection of optimized themes and plugins.

With themes, you choose the appearance of your website. You can easily customize all themes any way you wish. Plus, all themes are mobile-friendly.

Start With Your Website

After you have set up your website with the setup wizard, please review the summary of important actions and settings in the dashboard.

Then, you can create your first post, link your desired domain or adjust the settings for comments. 

If you want to redesign your website, you can always return to the wizard to customize your website type, theme or plugins.

You can find ideas and tutorials for improving your website here in the 1&1 IONOS Community and in the 1&1 Centre d'Assistance.

Getting to Know the Managed WordPress Dashboard

From the dashboard you can create posts and pages and manage your website. With the Managed WordPress wizard, you always have direct access to the most important functions of your website.

Under News and Tips you can find news, help articles, videos and testimonials from the 1&1 IONOS WordPress Community.

This article was published on 13 Sep 2018 by larisa as part of the topic Managed WordPress ###ARTICLEINFO_SENTENCE_END###.