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There are now videos available to help you get the basics down of using WordPress.  Check out videos for the Dashboard, also editing text and working with images and media.

Look under the Tutorials menu to find all these great videos.

Other videos will be added on a regular basis.  Please feel free to make any suggestions for topics.

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Your Own Domain

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Instructions on how to use your own domain.

Register a domain with Netfirms or any other domain registrar of your choice.

Login to Netfirms click on manage domains.

click on nameservers and change the default and to:

You may have to unlock your domain first if it is a .com domain. Just remember to lock it again once you have changed and saved the new nameservers.

During PayPay checkout please type in desired email addresses in the Special instruction box.

Contact with the name or your domain and your desired addresses or  fill in the form during checkout with your desired email addresses (1 or 2) and domain name.

examples: or (replace mydomain with your domain name)

The setup fee is $35 through PayPal.

Choose the second (Pay with credit card) option if you don’t have a Paypal account.


Your email must be set up on your home computer in Outlook, Thunderbird or another email program.  Instructions on how to set this up will be sent once the email addresses have been set up and passwords generated.

Nimblize does not store emails on its servers.

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Nimblize is in Beta

Welcome to Nimblize. This site is a work in progress for the next little while.  Video and text tutorials will be added regularly. Rest assured your WordPress blogs are hosted on reliable and environmentally friendly platforms with 99.9% uptime and are 130% green. Yes 130%! Our hosting partners have offset their carbon footprint by investing in Wind Power and purchasing carbon credits to the tune of 130% of their power usage.

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Tutorials Introduction

This guide is intended to be an introduction to the WordPress Content Management System (CMS).
With WordPress you can manage and update your site much easier than an HTML based website.
WordPress is a program that creates ‘dynamic’ based web sites. This means that all content is stored in a database then is called upon when needed from one single webpage template. This is different if we compare WordPress to traditional websites that are ‘static ‘ made from a collection of many separate HTML web pages. WordPress is based on the PHP scripting language and is Open Source. You can find info about the WordPress project at
For WordPress there are two main parts of the system, the Front end and the Back end (Dashboard). The Front end is the website that is presented to public for viewing. The Dashboard is where the administrator of the content can update the site though their user login.

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