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Peachpit’s WordPress: Video QuickStart Guide from Class on Demand features over 2 hours of video lessons covering the important features of WordPress. Instructor Sallie Goetsch takes you through the essentials, covering the following topics: Installing WordPress, Backing Up WordPress, Using the Admin Bar, Managing WordPress Users, Adding Posts and Pages, Using Categories and Tags, Inserting Images and Galleries, Using Widgets, Using Plug-ins, Twenty Eleven Theme Options, WordPress Custom Menus, and WordPress Post Formats.
Lessons (Run Time)
Chapter 1: First Steps
Installing WordPress (17:00)
Chapter 2: Getting Familiar with WordPress
Backing Up WordPress (12:54)
Chapter 3: Managing Accounts
Using the Admin Bar (7:00)
Managing WordPress Users (10:56)
Chapter 4: Adding Content
Adding Posts & Pages (13:31)
Using Categories & Tags (12:02)
Chapter 5: Working with Media
Inserting Images & Galleries (9:02)
Chapter 6: Widgets and Plug-ins
Using Widgets (16:45)
Using Plugins (14:16)
Chapter 7: Customizing Your WordPress Theme
Twenty Eleven Theme Options (16:45)
WordPress Custom Menus (9:06)
WordPress Post Formats (17:43)
About the Instructor
Sallie Goetsch started hand-coding HTML in 1994 for producing a web version of her electronic journal then published by FTP and Gopher. Within six months of Sallie's initiation into blogging, she discovered WordPress. Within a few releases, WordPress had established itself as a versatile, easy-to-use content management system, the perfect tool for building personal and small-business websites that wouldn't leave clients dependent on a web designer to change every comma - and wouldn't leave web designers stuck doing tedious maintenance tasks instead of more interesting design and development work. She began building WordPress sites for clients in 2007 and at the beginning of 2009 joined the East Bay WordPress Meetup, becoming the organizer in 2010. She is well-versed in WordPress software and developments in the WordPress world.
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