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New Course: Secure Your WordPress Site With SSL

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In our new Coffee Break Course, Secure Your WordPress Site With SSL, you'll learn how to get and install free SSL certificates on your WordPress site using...

New Course: Create Content With WordPress Gutenberg

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WordPress Gutenberg is coming soon to a website near you. Get ready to use it by taking our new course, Create Content With WordPress Gutenberg.

New Course: Coding Advanced WordPress Theme Templates

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Our new short course is ideal for you if you want to take your WordPress development skills to the next level. Try out Coding Advanced WordPress Theme...

Building WordPress Themes from Scratch

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Walk through the steps you need to build your very own WordPress theme! Included with the book is an example WordPress theme and other necessary files, so...

Digging Into WordPress

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Written by WordPress veterans Chris Coyier and Jeff Starr, Digging into WordPress is 400+ jam-packed pages of everything you need to get the most out of...

Guide to The Loop in WordPress

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The Loop is at the core of WordPress's post rendering engine. With The Loop, WordPress formats each post to be displayed on the current page. If you want to...

3 Practical Projects to Learn to Code WordPress Plugins

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Part of the reason for the popularity of WordPress is how customizable it is. With the right themes and plugins, you can make WordPress do just about...

Coding Advanced WordPress Theme Templates

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Template files are at the heart of every WordPress theme. And if you've already gotten started creating WordPress themes, chances are you have some...

WordPress Basics: Customize Your Front Page With a Template

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WordPress themes are a great way to give your site a polished look and feel. There are lots of pre-built themes to choose from on WordPress.org or...

WordPress Basics: Switching to a Self-Hosted Site

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WordPress.com makes it really easy to set up your WordPress site, but there are some limitations. For example, you have to pay to set up a custom domain, and...

WordPress Theme Creation With Underscores

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Underscores starter theme, by the makers of WordPress themselves, is designed to give you a “1000 hour head start” on WordPress theme creation. This course...

The WordPress Theme Customizer

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The WordPress Theme Customizer, introduced in WordPress 3.4, is a feature that allows users to customize their themes and see a live preview of the changes...

Working With Meta Boxes in WordPress

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In this course we’re going to look at how to implement our own custom WordPress meta boxes using WordPress best practices, coding standards, and APIs. ...

Using the WordPress Settings API

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What is the WordPress Settings API and where do you get started? Tom McFarlin knows the WordPress API inside and out, and in this course he’ll give you all...

WordPress Widgets: Front To Back

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In this course, we’ll review the process of building custom WordPress widgets using the WordPress API and advanced development techniques. This course begins...

Why You Should Use Slider Revolution for Your WordPress Site

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If you’re looking for the best WordPress sliders on the market, look no further than the amazing Slider Revolution plugin for WordPress.

Try Our New Course on Coding WordPress Plugins

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If you want to get started coding your own plugins for WordPress, try our new course, 3 Practical Projects to Learn to Code WordPress Plugins. You'll learn...

WordPress Coding Basics: Learn PHP

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PHP is the language of WordPress. If you want to customize WordPress, for example by coding themes or plugins, PHP is the programming language you'll need to...

Building WordPress Themes With Bootstrap

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In this course you're going to learn how to convert a portfolio HTML template into a WordPress theme. Along the way, you'll learn the basics of WordPress...

How to Make Your Premium WordPress Theme Competitive

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How can developers succeed nowadays in the WordPress premium theme market? What makes a WordPress theme competitive? Here are my main thoughts.

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