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How To Build Your Website Responsive And SEO Friendly Using WordPress

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WordPress is the leading Content Management System used for online publishing, with over 70% of the web-sites being hosted using WordPress. It is easy to set up and SEO friendly, and comes with loads of plugins to make your website stand out from the rest.

In this tutorial, we will take a look at how to build a website responsive and SEO friendly using WordPress.

We are going to be using the WordPress content management system and a few PHP to create a landing page, news, social media, blogs, gallery and product listing. We will be using Thesis CMS, WordPress plugins, WooCommerce and Wootbook to enhance the ease of use.

Some general settings we will need to set up for the website are:

WordPress site name and URL, a description, a content author, a story post, call to action, max followers and if any pre-published articles. Customize the left and right sidebar, build your contact form, and configure the footer. Setup custom tabs on the right and left side of the screen and a custom header image.

Create a blog on your website, enter your article and post them to social media.

Setting up Thesis CMS

It is important to know which theme you are going to use in order to set up the WordPress for your website. Some of the most popular and easy to use Thesis themes are House, House 4.0 and Blog.

Install Thesis CMS

To install Thesis CMS, you can either install it from the official website and your existing WordPress installation, or you can clone the repository using the command line. Let’s take the latter option.

wget sudo dpkg -i TWT_KITTEN_TWT_0.3.6-5ubuntu3.1_i386.deb

If you did not set up a system for installing applications you will need to do this step after the installation of Thesis. Adding Thesis from the root directory Now that Thesis CMS has been installed, you will need to add it to the system via the use of a command.

cd /opt/thesis wget -O- sudo dpkg -i TWT_KITTEN_TWT_0.3.6-5ubuntu3.1_i386.deb

Cloning Thesis repository

First you will need to clone Thesis repository using command line

cd /opt/thesis wget -O- sudo dpkg -i TWT_KITTEN_TWT_0.3.6-5ubuntu3.1_i386.deb

After the installation of TWT, you will need to clone the repository by using the following command

cd /opt/thesis wget -O – sudo dpkg -i TWT_KITTEN_TWT_0.3.6-5ubuntu3.1_i386.deb

Creating a configuration file. Now you will need to create a configuration file for your site, or you can create it later. You can use a terminal command to create the file:

cd /opt/thesis wget -O - sudo dpkg -i TWT_KITTEN_TWT_0.3.6-5ubuntu3.1_i386.deb

After you have done this, you need to create the site which will be used for creating content.

Creating Thesis site

Thesis sites are always located in the same folder as the theme. After we have created a Thesis site, we need to add a content entry for Thesis CMS.

First, enter the URL which will be used to create the content. We will call the site ‘’

Now we need to create the content. In the homepage of your thesis site, you will need to create a post by typing:

curl -X POST -H “Content-Type: application/json” -d ‘{“title”:”Featured Article 1″,”author”:”Peter Chow”}’ -H “X-Article-Id”:0, “meta”: {“post_title”:”Featured Article”}

Other content entries. You will also be able to add additional content pages with similar examples. We also installed Twitter so that we can add pre-published content for our blogs.


You have learned how to install and configure TWT CMS with Ubuntu operating system. You have learned to use Thesis CMS for posting articles on blogs and social networks.

For more information about TWT, visit the official website

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