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Welcome to our WordPress Website Development Mastery course, a comprehensive and hands-on program designed to empower individuals with the skills and knowledge needed to create stunning and fully functional websites using the WordPress platform. Whether you're a beginner looking to start your journey into web development or a professional seeking to enhance your WordPress expertise, this course provides a deep dive into WordPress, from basic setup to advanced customization and site optimization. Upon completing this WordPress Website Development Mastery course, you will have the skills and confidence to create professional websites for personal blogs, business sites, or e-commerce ventures. You will be well-versed in WordPress best practices, customization, and optimization, enabling you to excel in web development. Join us on this journey to becoming a WordPress website development expert and unleash your creativity in the digital world.

•What is WordPress?
•History and evolution.
•Benefits and features.
•Installing WordPress.
•Understanding hosting options.
•Configuring basic settings.
•Navigating the Dashboard.
•Exploring different sections (Posts, Pages, Media, Appearance, Plugins, Users, Tools, Settings).
•Writing and publishing posts.
•Creating and managing pages.
•Adding media (images, videos, audio).
•Understanding categories and tags.
•Choosing and installing themes.
•Customizing themes (colors, fonts, layout).
•Adding widgets and custom menus.
•Installing and activating plugins.
•Exploring essential plugins (SEO, security, caching, forms).
•Customizing plugins.
•Understanding common security threats.
•Implementing security best practices.
•Using security plugins.
•Basics of SEO.
•Optimizing content for search engines.
•Using SEO plugins.
•Understanding user roles.
•Adding and managing users.
•Setting permissions.
•Importance of backups.
•Choosing backup solutions.
•Performing backups and restores.
•Improving website speed.
•Caching techniques.
•Optimizing images and code.
•Common WordPress errors and how to fix them.
•Using debugging tools.
•Seeking help from the WordPress community.
•Updating WordPress core, themes, and plugins.
•Regular maintenance tasks.
•Monitoring website performance.
•WordPress Multisite.
•Custom post types and taxonomies.
•Theme and plugin development.
•Introduction to e-commerce plugins (WooCommerce, Easy Digital Downloads).
•Setting up an online store.
•Managing orders and payments.


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