NitroFlare WordPress Essentials

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    Udemy - WordPress Essentials
    MP4 | Video: 1280x720 | 60 kbps | 44 KHz | Duration: 10 Hours | 2.36 GB
    Genre: eLearning | Language: English

    WordPress: Learn about all of the nooks and crannies on using the WordPress.

    Course Objective: Learn essential aspects of using the WordPress Content Management (CMS) system to create responsive websites.

    This course was developed to teach interested ones how to use WordPress to create professional responsive websites.

    No Coding
    No Prior WordPress Experience Required

    In my more than 35 years of formal teaching experience, I have found that the best approach to teaching was for the teacher to place himself at the desk of and in the role of the student. And, to teach in a manner imaging that he himself is the student.

    Some instructors teach over the head of the student. Not all students are the same. Yet, it is the responsibility of the teacher to find a way to reach students who "just don't get it." Indeed, the teacher should sweat over finding a solution to reach that student. If necessary, lose sleep over it. Then when the light bulb in that students head "turns on" then there is the reward!

    In this course, I will teach with the Look-Over-My-Shoulder lecture method and DEMONSTRATE every step of the process from searching for and registering a domain name, to getting web hosting, installing and learning all aspects of using WordPress to create incredible looking responsive websites.

    Here Is a List of Some the Things You Will Learn

    How To Search For and Register a Domain Name
    How To Choose and Get a Web Host Account
    What WordPress Is
    How To Install WordPress Via The Web Host CPanel (The Easy Way)
    How To Install WordPress Manually. (Still Easy)
    The WordPress Dashboard
    How To Setup WordPress Profiles
    The Difference Between WordPress Posts and Pages
    How To Create and Write a WordPress Post
    How To Manage and Edit WordPress Posts
    How To Use Post Formats
    How To Publish Posts
    How To Create and Write a WordPress Page
    How To Protect Your Work
    WordPress SEO
    How To Create a Collection of Links in WordPress
    The Difference Between Categories and Tags
    How To Properly Use WordPress Categories
    How To Properly Use WordPress Tags
    How To Create Custom Menus in WordPress
    How To Use The WordPress Media Library
    How To Add Images To A Post
    How To Add a PDF Download To Your Posts and Pages
    How To Use WordPress Themes
    How To Customize Your WordPress Themes
    How To Install A Contact Form
    How To Use WordPress Plugins
    How To Use WordPress Widgets
    How To Use Widgets Reloaded
    How To Set WordPress Screen Options
    How To Use The WordPress Jetpack
    How To Change Fonts In WordPress
    How To Manage WordPress Comments
    How To Fight WordPress Comment SPAM
    How To Secure Your WordPress Site
    How To Update WordPress
    How To Import and Export WordPress Content
    To Explain The Five WordPress User Roles
    How To Manage WordPress Users
    Setting Up A WordPress Disaster and Recovery Plan
    How To Backup WordPress
    How To Restore WordPress From Backups
    How to Migrate One WordPress Website To Another
    How To Set Up A WordPress Development Server On Your Computer
    How To Configure WordPress General Settings
    How To Configure WordPress Writing Settings
    How To Configure WordPress Reading Settings
    How To Configure WordPress Discussion Settings
    How To Configure WordPress Privacy Settings
    How To Configure WordPress Media Settings
    How To Configure WordPress Permalinks Settings
    How To Speed Up Your Website
    How To Set up an RSS Feed?
    How To Set Up A Working Email Newsletter Form
    How To Socialize Your Website (Facebook, Twitter, Google+, YouTube)
    And more ...
    Let Me Help You

    So if you have a strong desire or compelling need to learn WordPress for personal or business use, then this course is for you.

    I would like to remind you that my course comes with a 30 days « no questions asked » money back guarantee. You have a full month to give it a spin, and try it out and if, for whatever reasons, you are unsatisfied, just ask for your refund. You take absolutely no risk!

    After taking my course, any mystique you may have had about WordPress will be removed. You will feel confident in your ability to make WordPress do what you want it to do.

    Click the "Take This Course" button now.

    Kind regards,

    R. Jerome Harris

    What are the requirements?

    A desire to learn all there is to know about WordPress.
    A minimal amount of money to invest in your own domain name and web hosting.
    Internet access.
    Basic Internet skills.
    What am I going to get from this course?

    Over 74 lectures and 10 hours of content!
    Gain an in depth expert-level understanding of WordPress.
    Create "responsive" websites with WordPress.
    Troubleshoot and repair common problems that occur on WordPress websites.
    Secure WordPress Websites.
    Perform complete backups of WordPress websites.
    Restore WordPress websites in the event of a catastrophe.
    Clone and migrate WordPress websites.
    Install WordPress manually via the self-hosted script.
    Install WordPress via the Cpanel.
    Write, edit, manage and publish posts and pages.
    Set up WordPress profiles.
    Use post formats.
    Understand the difference between posts and pages.
    Create categories and how to to effectively use them.
    Understand categories versus tags.
    Create link categories.
    Create custom menus.
    Use WordPress themes.
    Use WordPress plugins.
    Use WordPress widgets.
    Use the WordPress screen options.
    Use Jetpack.
    Change Fonts in WordPress.
    Use the media library.
    Add images to posts and pages.
    Create a photo gallery.
    Add audio and video to posts and pages.
    Add PDF .
    Manage WordPress comments.
    Fight WordPress comment SPAM.
    Update WordPress.
    Import and Export WordPress content.
    Understand WordPress User Roles.
    Manage WordPress Users.
    Plan for WordPress Disaster and Recovery.
    Customize WordPress themes.
    Understand WordPress General Settings.
    Understand WordPress Writing Settings.
    Understand WordPress Reading Settings.
    Understand WordPress Discussion Settings.
    Understand WordPress Privacy Settings.
    Understand WordPress Media Settings.
    Understand WordPress Permalinks Settings.
    Socializing Your Website
    Speeding Up Your WordPress Website
    How To Add Anchor Links
    What is the target audience?

    Anyone seeking to learn all there is about WordPress with the goal of creating professional responsive websites for themselves and for clients. NO PREVIOUS WORDPRESS EXPERIENCE REQUIRED
    This course is NOT for those who consider themselves WordPress experts.
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