Knowing Where NOT to place your Google Site Verification Code helps
At times knowing where NOT to place your Google Site Verification Code is like a red flag to a bull. In the rush to get things done or the fact that curiosity is creative theory be careful. Doing the following things will literally break the WordPress101 website being created.
Open the dashboard of the wordpress101 site.
Scroll down the column on the left looking for Appearance. Hit appearance and again scroll to the editor area. When this is open the Stylesheet (style.css) is there. Now go to the right-hand side.
Take note of what is being stated in the ‘edit themes section” such things such as Warning: This file is part of the core [theme] framework. DO NOT edit this file under any circumstances. Please do all modifications ….’ Simply put “if you really want to break your site then tamper with the file”.
Finding out where NOT to place your Google Site Verification Code
Should you tamper with these, do not do instructions then of where NOT to put your Google Site Verification Code the Digital Business Lounge is there to help and assist you with the WordPress101 lessons. Personally, I would try to avoid them with this one as you have clearly gone against explicit instructions.
However, I do not support. The Digital Business Lounges support people along with the technicians and developers behind the scenes are terrific people. This I can say from experience.
The support you receive is tops
The Digital Business Lounges support people along with the technicians and developers behind the scenes are terrific people. This is said from experience .
When first beginning to blog with the WordPress101being locked out of the site was not great feeling. The best way of putting what happened is an owner operated loop had occurred. Either way, Susan Lewis Marketing would not open. Knowing that people who knew what to do were able to sort things out there was definite gratitude in the air.
Knowing that people who knew what to do, or could ask a technician straight away, were able to sort things out. All now left was to move onwards. And to keep moving onwards implementing what had been experience gain in a rather unorthodox manner.
Could there be Google Site verification code training there too?
Now though there are the basics of many other platforms being learned about. The DEA Silver Platform has a heap of lessons about HootSuite being begun tomorrow. As well as basic Google. Maybe there is information in their about Google Site verification as well. Along with the Verification Codes what caught the eye there was the blogging, WordPress and Adobe. That should be enough to work through this month.
Keep on with creating all those WordPress101 Sites you want to have. Find out how right here.
Have a nice day