How to Learn Word Press
Learn essential strategies for successful online learning
About Word Press Learning
Word Press is an open-source website creation platform that is written in PHP and uses a MySQL database. In non-geek speak, it’s probably the easiest and most powerful blogging and website content management system (or CMS) in existence today.
Word Press is an excellent website platform for a variety of websites. From blogging to e-commerce to business and portfolio websites, WordPress is a versatile CMS. Designed with usability and flexibility in mind, WordPress is a great solution for both large and small websites.
[simple_icon name=”safari”] Length : 3 Weeks
[simple_icon name=”airplayvideo”] Language : English
[simple_icon name=”prezi”] Level : Introductory
[simple_icon name=”internetarchive”] Subject : Word Press
[simple_icon name=”googlescholar”] Price: 92$
[simple_icon name=”mattermost”] Effort:6 – 9 hours in a week , session charges – 92$ in a group, 105$ – when you take (one to one) class.
[simple_icon name=”cashapp”] Video Transcript : English
[simple_icon name=”safari”] Availability: Monday 4pm-6pm (IST), Wednesday 4pm-6pm (IST), Friday 4pm-6pm (IST).
What you’ll learn
How do I start using WordPress?
Now you’re probably asking, “how do I start WordPress?”
Again, WordPress is free. Yep, that’s right – it’s 100% free. You can get started today with a WordPress website in just a few steps.
You’ll just need a few things to get started with WordPress:
. Quality web hosting
. A domain name
. The WordPress software installed on your website (most web hosts will handle this for you.)
If you’d rather use the hosted version of WordPress available on WordPress.com, you’ll simply need to create a WordPress.com account to get started.
What is a WordPress Plugin?
A WordPress plugin is a package of additional code that you can upload to your website to add new features, functionality or integrations.
Plugins can be added via the Plugins menu in your WordPress dashboard.
Using the built-in search function, you can find a free plugin available on the WordPress.org Plugin directory.
Plugins can also be packaged as zip files that you upload through the Plugins menu uploader in your WordPress dashboard.
Welcome – We start with opportunities to meet your instructors and fellow learners.
WordPress Learning – In this module, we then explore baseline word press that will help you to create your own web page blogs articles and more.
Learning Strategies – This module will help you get the most out your online learning experience. We cover effective study adding plugins themes for the attractive website of word press.
Communication and Community – In this module, we talk about the importance of word press. We cover strategies for technology, building website with your instructors and fellow learners.
What’s Next? – Get started learning online!