WordPress Develpment

WordPress is the world’s most popular tool for creating websites. WordPress is capable of creating any style of website, from a simple blog to a full-featured business website. You can even use WordPress to create an online store (using the popular WooCommerce plugin).

Our Course Content

  • Introduction
  • Why i should learn WordPress Only
What i will learn in WordPress
  1. Introduction
  2. What is WordPress?
  3. WordPress, WordPress.org, and WordPress.com
  4. How WordPress works
  5. Installing and running WordPress
  6. Accessing your WordPress site
  7. Using the WordPress admin panel
  8. Using the WordPress toolbar
  9. Understanding posts
  10. Posts vs. pages in WordPress
  11. Creating a new post
  12. Introducing the post editor view
  13. Creating and formatting your first post with the content editor toolbar
  14. Using quick shortcuts to format text
  15. Creating and editing links
  16. What is the difference between categories and tags_?
  17. Using categories and tags
  18. Using revisions
  19. Publishing and scheduling posts
  20. Truncating posts and using excerpts
  21. Using post formats
  22. How WordPress handles media elements
  23. Adding images to posts and pages
  24. Moving an image to a new location
  25. Creating image galleries
  26. Using featured images
  27. Adding images from other sites
  28. Adding content from YouTube and similar sites
  29. Working with audio and video
  30. UPDATE When to use pages
  31. Creating a page
  32. Using page templates
  33. Creating page hierarchies
  34. WordPress is a content management system
  35. Navigating the admin panel
  36. Quick-Bulk Edit posts and pages
  37. Using the Media Grid
  38. Using attachment pages
  39. Separation of style and content
  40. What are themes and how do they work_
  41. Introducing the Customizer
  42. Previewing, installing, and changing themes
  43. Customizing your theme
  44. Understanding how to make user-friendly navigation
  45. Creating and customizing menus
  46. Using widgets
  47. Combining custom menus and widgets
  48. Changing what the home page displays
  49. Getting and installing third-party themes
  50. What are plugins and how do they work_
  51. Finding, vetting, and selecting plugins
  52. Installing, activating, and upgrading plugins
  53. Some useful plugin types to start with
  54. A sample set of plugins on the demo site
  55. How WordPress handles users
  56. Editing your user profile
  57. Creating your gravatar profile
  58. Understanding WordPress`s user roles and capabilities
  59. Understanding WordPress`s user roles and capabilities
  60. Adding and managing users
  61. Plug and play and beyond
  62. Configuring general settings
  63. Changing the language of your site
  64. Configuring writing and reading settings
  65. Changing the default category
  66. Configuring media and permalinks settings
  67. Managing comments and spam
  68. Managing comments and spam
  69. Getting new readers through social sharing
  70. Managing WordPress on the back end
  71. Is WordPress safe and secure_
  72. Keeping up to date
  73. Security through hosting, plugins, and third-party services
  74. What to do when something goes wrong, aka resolving the white screen of death
  75. Moving content from one WordPress site to another
  76. Going further with WordPress

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