Crash Course in WordPress

Crash Course in WordPress
Monday, September 3
9:30 AM – 5 PM

Learn the basic elements of using WordPress to build websites and blogs, the WordPress dashboard, overview of plug-ins and more.

Overview of WordPress – industry, uses, evolution, competition, pros and cons
Step-by-Step Hosting – Fantastico vs. manual installation
Dashboard Overview
Navigation and Creating Menus
Pages and Posts
Widgets
Best Plugins That Every WordPress Site Must Have
Essential WordPress Modifications
Graphics and WordPress
World of Themes – premium vs free
Editing Themes
Banner Graphics
Social Media Plugins and RSS Feeds
Advertising/Google Adsense
The Power of WordPress/ Google and SEO Integration
WordPress Forms
Backups and Recoveries
Resources

500₪+ VAT
Contact seminars@writepoint.com to register.

About the Instructor Baruch Mackler:

Web designer and developer with over 13 years experience focusing on small to medium sized business and their needs. Developed extensive client relations experience over the past 8 years in freelance.
Works with clients to develop marketing and web options from the point of inception to its successful completion.
Prior to building my own business I worked and collaborated with some of the top designers in the field while at the creative department at Ogilvy in Washington DC.
Works with many studios as principle designer developing web and print collateral.
Specialties: Photoshop, Flash, interactive design, web design, CD ROM development, HTML, troubleshooting, non profit work, budgeting, branding and identity and teaching.

 

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3 thoughts on “Crash Course in WordPress”

  1. I really wish you would offer this course (and others) also somewhere in the north and/or via Skype. I would love to learn Framemaker in more depth, WordPress and Flash for starters, as well as keep updating my techcom and marcom skills.

    Without a car and leaving in the north, it makes taking your courses just a dream for me.

  2. Hi,

    Where is the course to be held? I searched the site and couldn’t seem to find location listed anywhere. I think it would be a good idea to have it specified for each course, even if you do have it (somewhere?) on a main page or something.

    I also have a site: englishwithlinda.com that I built myself using html, and would like to incorporate the two. Would this course help me do that?

    I know the basics of using a wordpress blog.

    Thanks
    Linda

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