1 - Word Press intro
Intro to Content Management Systems (What is a CMS?) About WordPress Website hosting for WordPress Domain names Free online accounts
2 - Install and Manage your WordPress site
Planning your site Setting up the website hosting and creating a database Install WordPress (w/Autoinstaller) Install WordPress (manually) Working with the interface Configure settings
3 - Your First Post
What is dashboard? The difference between a post and a page Creating your first blog Organizing your posts Dashboard tips and tricks
4 - Comments
Allowing comments How long should comments stay posted? Ongoing conversations Dealing with Spam
5 - Web Pages and Menus
Creating your first page (Home page) Creating additional pages Templates Linking your site by building a site navigation menu Custom Menus
6 - Managing Content
Working with existing content Adding images to the media library Creating a Photo gallery Using featured images Tags and categories to organize your content Embedding video Playing audio Embeds and Short codes
7 - Customizing Content
Changing the appearance of your WordPress site by customizing the theme Using Widgets What are Plugins? Mobile Themes Using Jetpack Ecommerce Theme code editing
8 - Getting Noticed
Keeping the readers in the loop Having readers share Manage your sites feed Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Site statistics
9 - Finishing Touches
Launching your site Setting up permalinks Updates Where to find additional plugins and themes Backing up your site
Actual course outline may vary depending on offering center. Contact your sales representative for more information.
Who is it For?
Whether you’re a budding blogger or seasoned Web designer, WordPress is a brilliant tool for creating websites, once you know how to tap its impressive features.