This ready-made WordPress website is suitable for freelancers (men or women) and businesses that want to present their knowledge, experience, services and even products because the theme has support for eCommerce via the WooCommerce plugin (it's not installed in this setup). So, you can add a shop on your website if you want.
Additional functionalities can also be added via other plugins.
Note that this WordPress site is not only for women just because I added a picture of a woman with the dummy name of Jane Doe. Men can use it, too, because you can change images, names, color, etc.
The business or freelancing WordPress website already has everything installed, configured, and optimized:
The only thing remaining is to change several domain-specific features (e.g. titles, email) pointed out in my to-do list (details below), and to replace the dummy content with your own content.
The images are copyright-free, so you can keep using them if you wish.
For this WordPress website, I used a premium theme called Authority Pro. The theme is created by StudioPress, which is one of the best WordPress studios and the creators of the most-used framework - Genesis Framework.
The theme is optimized and focused on performance, and also has advanced support for WordPress' Gutenberg editor. In fact, the pages are created with the Gutenberg editor, not with a 3rd party page builder.
The theme also has eCommerce support, meaning that's pre-styled for the WooCommerce plugin, which will allow you to have a shop on your website, where you can sell digital, physical, and downloadable products.
WooCommerce is not currently installed in this setup, but, if you're planning to have a shop on your site, you can see how it would look like here.
Since I purchased the theme, I'm the owner of the StudioPress account. So, you won't be able to access the account.
But as long as I'm offering on-going support, and as long as you use my services, you don't need to because I'll take care of it.
Multiple plugins are installed and configured. The plugins handle things like spam, security, performance, SEO, and more!
Additional plugins can be added for other potentially necessary functionalities (e.g. WooCommerce for eCommerce).
Code modifications to:
I've put together a to-do list that you can find by going to Media > Library from your WordPress dashboard. There, you should see a file called READ-ME.pdf. Click on it to open the attachment details, then click the Copy URL button, and then paste and open the link in a new browser tab, which will either open the pdf file directly or download it. Follow the instructions there.
I'm offering limited, on-going support for free, which includes answering questions and providing guidance.
If you have questions, need help, or didn't find the to-do list file mentioned above, don't hesitate to contact me at email@example.com
Hello there! o/ My name is Radu, and I've been working with WordPress for 8 years. I hope you like the websites that I created for you. If you want a different blog or site set up from scratch, contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Contact me if you have any questions as well. I'm looking forward to working with you!