New to WordPress and feel like your drowning?
WordPress is an incredible web publishing platform but it can be quite intimidating for beginners.
We created this course to help beginners like you get started quickly with WordPress.
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The WordPress Dashboard provides all the site management tools needed to manage your WordPress-powered website. It can be quite intimidating for beginners. In this lesson, we’ll take you on a tour of the WordPress administration panel, explaining everything you need to know to get around like a pro.
Determining when to use a Post and when to use a Page is a fundamental concept you will need to understand when using WordPress. In this lesson, we’ll explain the key differences and show you examples of both in action.
The WordPress editor is one of the most important and heavily discussed features of WordPress. In this lesson, we’ll provide a detailed look at the WordPress editor. We’ll demonstrate how you would go about editing posts, pages, and other types of content in WordPress.
Creating posts is likely one of the most frequent tasks you will perform on your site. In this lesson, we will demonstrate how to create a new post on your WordPress site‘s blog.
Ever want to style your posts differently based on the type of post you are creating? In this lesson, we’ll take a detailed look at the various Post Formats supported by WordPress and review how they allow you to assign different styles to your posts.
There are many reasons you might want to update a post and WordPress make it extremely easy. In this lesson, we’ll show you how to use the Post Editor and the Quick Edit tool to edit your existing posts.
Not sure when to use a category or tag? In this lesson, we’ll show you how to make it easy for your readers to find related content on your site using categories and tags.
Now that you know the difference between a page and a post we’ll show you how to create a new page and edit an existing one.
Images make your site more visually interesting for your readers. In this lesson, we show you how to add photos and images to your pages and posts.
Embedding video and audio into your Pages and Posts is a great way to boost user engagement. In this lesson, we’ll show you how to do both plus will include a few tips and best practices.
Now that we have you interested in using audio and video we’ll need to show you how WordPress manages media. In this lesson, we show you how to use the Media Library to upload and manage your media files (like images, PDFs, or Word documents).
Providing a platform for your site visitors to interact with you and other visitors helps to increase engagement. In this lesson will show you how to enable and moderate comments on your WordPress site. We’ll also include a few tips and best practices to encourage discussion with your visitors.
Want to add a hyperlink to one of your Posts or pages? In this lesson, we’ll show you how to create image and text links to other pages on your own site, or to 3rd-party sites elsewhere on the web.
How your WordPress site appears to your visitors is largely managed by the theme you chose. In this lesson, we’ll show you how to find and install a new theme on your site and how to use the Customizer to change the look of your site.
Need to add a small block of content to the side or bottom of your WordPress site? WordPress has a handy tool to do exactly that. In this lesson, we’ll explain what a widget is and how one can be used to easily add blocks of content to your site‘s sidebar or footer.
Most themes have pre-defined locations for menus but what if you need to add a navigation menu somewhere else? WordPress has a solution and it’s Custom Navigation Menus. In this lesson, we’ll show you how easy it is to build and edit custom navigation menus, including drop-down menu items.
Need to add some functionality to your WordPress site but don’t know PHP? There are plugins to do just about anything you can think of with WordPress. In this lesson, we’ll show you how to find, install, and configure third-party plugins on your WordPress site.
Planning to have more than one person writing blog posts or creating pages on your WordPress site? WordPress has a comprehensive user management system that allows you to add users and assign them permissions. In this lesson, we’ll show how to add new users and assign each a different role and permission to them.
WordPress comes with its own set of tools that can be used to perform important management tasks like importing the site content, exporting the site content, and even backing up your content if you aren’t using WPBackItUp. In this lesson, we’ll take a quick look at some of the tools provided by WordPress.
Not sure what a permalink is or why it’s even important? Or maybe you want to change your sites language, date format or time zone? WordPress allows you configure these options and more in the Settings section. In this lesson, we’ll show you how to properly configure your site to optimize and get the most out of your WordPress site.
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