WordPress is web software you can use to create a beautiful website, blog, or app. WordPress is free, if you so choose, and elegant at the same time.
The WordPress web Content Management System (CMS) is built by open source community volunteers. There are thousands of website formats and feature extensions (both paid and free) available to change appearance and feel of your website into almost anything you can imagine. WordPress is the most popular platform to build websites on. It readily adapts to SEO strategies. It has plugins that make the SEO implementation much easier.
First introduced on May 27, 2003, WordPress has taken the internet by storm in last 13 years. It is the top most CMS with over 4 million websites running on it.
This tutorial makes you familiarize yourself with key concepts and terminologies of the WordPress. This guide has been arranged into following chapters:
We urge you to go through the complete guide and do not forget to take notes. It is important that you revise the guide once you are done to make sure you have not missed anything. Also, you would need to implement and practice as you learn to maximize the benefit out of our free guide. Most importantly, do not be afraid to make mistakes.
To fully utilize the course you would need to get a domain name and reliable web hosting. Without them, you would not be able to practice building a website. We assume that you already have the basic requirements in place. If you do not have the hosting and domain name yet, please read reviews and select the one that suits your requirements and budget as and when course suggests.