WordPress 3.7 Complete: Third Edition

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  • Explore what WordPress is and where to get it
  • Launch your website using quick WordPress installation
  • Publish your first content (blog post)
  • Discover what the most important sub pages of a quality website are and how to create them in WordPress
  • Create custom menus to improve the user experience of your website
  • Upload multimedia content such as images, audio, and video
  • Install and work with plugins and widgets
  • Find out where to get quality themes from and how to install them
  • Produce a non-blog website with WordPress

Back in the day, when you wanted to launch a new website, you either had to learn web programming yourself or hire a professional who would take care of the whole process for you. Those times are long gone due to WordPress and the great opportunities it brings. With WordPress, anyone can build an optimized site with the least amount of effort possible and then make it available to the world in no time. WordPress is a flexible and powerful tool that's ideal for creating both blog and non-blog websites. You can customize the features, incorporate your own design, and even write your own plugins with ease. Its versatility and ease of use have attracted a large, enthusiastic, and helpful community of users.

"WordPress 3.7 Complete: Third Edition" is a practical guide for anyone who wants to start their journey as a web developer. This WordPress book takes you through a step-by-step process of planning out and then building your site.

"WordPress 3.7 Complete: Third Edition" will take you through the complete process of building a fully functional WordPress site from scratch.
You will learn how to create your first blog post, what the difference between posts and pages is, and how to use multimedia files to accompany your content and make it more attractive. Next, you will find out what plugins and themes are and how to use them effectively.

"With WordPress 3.7 Complete: Third Edition" , you will learn all the ins and outs of WordPress and using it for publishing content on the Web. It provides easy-to-apply advice with tons of screenshots and actionable examples.

  • Learn how to build a WordPress site quickly and effectively
  • Find out how to create content that’s optimized to be published on the Web
  • Learn the basics of working with WordPress themes and playing with widgets
Page Count 404
Course Length 12 hours 7 minutes
ISBN 9781782162407
Date Of Publication 25 Nov 2013


Karol Król

Karol Król is a WordPress developer, PHP programmer, professional blogger and writer. He has been building expertise in WordPress ever since his early years at the Silesian University of Technology (Poland), where he graduated with a Master's degree in Computer Science. Early in his career, he worked as a freelance website developer for several years. Later on, he decided to shift his interest towards popularizing WordPress as the perfect solution for all web-based projects and devoted his time to growing his writing career.

Aaron Hodge Silver

Aaron Hodge Silver has been designing and developing new websites from scratch since 1999, just before his graduation from Columbia University. Early in his career, he worked for several web companies and startups, including DoubleClick and About.com. Since 2004, he has been self-employed through his company Springthistle Design and has worked with a staggering variety of companies, non-profits, and individuals to realize their website dreams. In his professional work, Aaron's focus is always on usability, efficiency, flexibility, clean design, and client happiness. WordPress is the best solution for many of Springthistle's clients, though Aaron also develops custom web applications using PHP and MySQL. Aaron was the author of the two previous editions of this book! You can find more about Aaron's professional work at http://springthistle.com. In his free time, Aaron enjoys developing recipes in the kitchen, being active outdoors, and spending quality time with his family (both human and non human members).