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Intro to WordPress class

  • Sep 29, 2012 · 8:30 AM

This all-day beginners class (presented by your organizer Amanda Giles, and co-organizer Carl Eric Johnson) will teach you about how WordPress works and will take you from installing WordPress to having a fully functioning website. You will learn how to use WordPress to create and manage your website with ease in this one-day class. This is a hands-on class where all participants will be able to work on their own WordPress website for the duration of the class. In addition, all participants will go home with a detailed guide covering the class material for future reference.

No experience is necessary!

WordPress has become the way to create gorgeous websites quickly without any programming or other technical skills. If you know how to use a browser and understand basic word processing, you can use WordPress. WordPress is a Web-publishing platform that provides an easy-to-use interface for creating and editing Web pages. WordPress can be used to create a blog-style website or a non-blog-style website, or a combination of the two.

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Class will be happening in Portsmouth, NH (location announced upon registration)

Registration is $100 up to Sept 15, and $125 afterwards.

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  • Clayton S.

    I've volunteered to maintain an existing customized WP website for my running group. So right now I do not want to create a new website (maybe later), but maintain an existing WP website and then decide what to do with it moving forwad. Would this be an appropriate class? Thanks!

    September 24, 2012

    • Amanda G.

      Definitely! A major part of what we will be covering is how to enter and edit content, plus customize a site's menus, sidebars, etc. We do still have room in the class if you're interested. More info at http://www.wp-mentor....­ (plus registration link via PayPal).

      September 24, 2012

    • Amanda G.

      Also, everyone in the class will have their own WordPress site to work on, so the teachings will be hands-on.

      September 24, 2012

  • Amanda G.

    The class is $100 before Aug 31, $125 after that date. You need to register via to confirm your spot.

    August 28, 2012

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