WordPress, 2nd Ed (In Easy Steps)
Monday, 23 September 2019

The second edition of this book shows how to create websites using WordPress, without having to learn programming. Author Darryl Bartlett has written it for readers who may not be technically-minded but who want an affordable website for business or for blogging. The book is also intended for those companies choosing WordPress as a content management system that the end user can add their own content to once development of a website is complete.

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Author: Darryl Bartlett
Publisher: In Easy Steps
Date: July 2019
Pages: 192
ISBN: 978-1840788532
Print: 1840788534
Kindle:  B07WD95M2B
Audience: Non programmers interested in WordPress
Level: Introductory
Category: Web design and development 

  • Setting Up WordPress
  • Working with the Dashboard
  • Creating Site Content
  • Adding Media
  • Appearance and Themes
  • Adding Plugins
  • Comments
  • Setting up Users and Privileges
  • Tools and Settings
  • WordPress Tricks 

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