wordpress_introA self-study class ($25) enabling students to learn at their own pace includes six lessons guiding you step-by-step through all of the basic aspects of WordPress development.

This introduction WordPress class will teach students how to setup a WordPress from installation, administration, customizing with plugins and themes and understanding how to optimize with SEO techniques.

To give you an idea of how each lesson looks, here is the first lesson free (.pdf) for you to review.

56 comments on “Learning WordPress Intro Class
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  1. Eric S says:

    Will this class cover WordPress for building websites, or just for blogging?

  2. Kate says:

    I am interested in signing up for your class. When does it begin?

    • Hi Kate

      The class is self-study so it runs whenever you purchase the materials and start reading it.

      Feel free to ask me questions as you go through the material.

  3. Leanne says:

    I’m using a Mac. Will I be able to understand your class? Your requirements are for Apache, PHP and MySQL – I’ve heard of these but I have no idea if I have them or if I can run them on my computer.

    • Hi Leanne

      Yes, you can use Mac or Windows with WordPress. If you want to intstall an installation of WordPress locally it will be a little different but using it online with a webhost it is exactly the same. 🙂

  4. April G says:

    Is this still something you are offering? Can I sign up anytime or do the classes start at a certain date? As for the requirements, I have a self-hosted WordPress blog and cPanel. Is that all I need?

    • Hi April

      Yes, the class is still offered. It is self-study with email support from me.

      You can sign up anytime 🙂

      That is all you need…you are good to go!!!

  5. Steven says:

    Just signed up and looking forward to the upcoming class.

  6. Desiree says:

    I have an existing website that I’d like to convert to a WordPress blog/site. Will your class help me to do that? My site is hosted on Yahoo and I don’t fully understand all the lingo. And are you available for questions and help throughout the course?


    • Hi Desire

      Converting a website to a WordPress site is dependent on a few things: Is your existing website static (not using a CMS tool)? If so, you will have to manually move (copy and paste) all your content into WordPress. If it is using another blogging or other CMS tool, there can be ways to export your content from your site into WordPress.

      So that is a question that needs to be answered first 🙂

  7. Jennifer Hashisaki says:

    Please let me know when you will doing the wordpress class, as I would like to sign up.

    Thank you


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