WordPress Courses

Here is a list of some topics that you might want to learn about when starting to work with WordPress:


  1. The WordPress dashboard: This is the central location where you can manage the content and appearance of your WordPress site.

  2. Posts and pages: Posts are used to publish regularly updated content, such as blog articles, while pages are used for static content, such as an “About” or “Contact” page.

  3. Themes: A theme determines the overall design and layout of your WordPress site. You can choose from a wide variety of pre-designed themes, or create your own custom theme.

  4. Plugins: Plugins are add-ons that can be installed to extend the functionality of WordPress. There are thousands of plugins available that can add features such as contact forms, SEO optimization, and social media integration.

  5. Widgets: Widgets are small blocks of content that can be displayed in designated areas of your theme, such as the sidebar or footer.

  6. Customization: WordPress allows you to customize the appearance and behavior of your site through the use of templates, CSS, and PHP code.

  7. Security: It is important to keep your WordPress site secure by regularly updating the core software and plugins, and using strong passwords and security measures.

These are just a few of the many topics that you can learn about when working with WordPress. As you become more familiar with the platform, you can explore more advanced topics such as custom post types, custom fields, and multilingual sites.