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WordPress for Beginners

Are you tired of feeling overwhelmed and unsure about how to navigate and optimize your WordPress website?

This comprehensive and updated course, based on my popular 2019 WordPress for beginners guide, is here to help.

Investment: only $55

In this course, you’ll learn the key differences between and, how to choose the right hosting for your website, and how to navigate the WordPress dashboard with ease. It also covers the importance of responsive websites, understanding themes and widgets, and mastering essential plugins.

In addition to these core topics, you’ll also delve into creating posts, pages, and uploading media files, customizing menus, optimizing your site for speed and security, and setting up essential tools like Yoast SEO and Google Analytics 4. You will also learn how to set up WooCommerce on your site,  sell digital products and add promo codes!

As an added bonus, you’ll also cover the basics of CSS code and show you how to add custom fonts to your website. And with the recent release of the Gutenberg editor, it also shows you how to use it and create professional pages and post.

The course includes 16 modules, with how-to videos, a blog planner, and a guide to setting up the basics of your website in just one weekend. At just $55, it’s an affordable way to gain the confidence and skills you need to take your website to the next level.

Don't wait any longer to take control of your website. Buy now and start learning how to master WordPress today!

Course Outline

16 Modules in the Course

  1. versus
  2. What is hosting and why do you need it?
  3. Your WordPress dashboard
  4. Why you need a responsive website
  5. Understanding themes
  6. Understanding widgets
  7. Understanding plugins
  8. Posts, Pages and Media files
  9. Custom Menus
  10. Optimizing your WordPress site
  11. Site Security
  12. Yoast Search Engine Optimization
  13. Google Analytics GA4
  14. Using WooCommerce to sell online
  15. Add custom fonts to your WordPress website
  16. Using Gutenberg