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Learn how to build a WordPress theme from scratch using the _s (aka Underscores) starter theme.
Learn to install and configure WordPress locally with Bitnami, the open-source development stack for WordPress theme, plugin, and site development on Mac or Windows.
Want to design in the browser? Learn how to use the browser's flexible canvas and a combination of HTML and CSS to build more responsive, interactive websites and WordPress themes.
Get a first look at CSS Grid, an emerging CSS module that allows developers to lay out web pages in responsive rows and columns.
Learn how to migrate a WordPress site from one location to another (such as a localhost to the web), by migrating your files and database with FTP and WP Migrate DB or WP Migrate DB Pro.
Learn how to set up and customize Twenty Sixteen, the default WordPress theme.
Learn how to build a child theme on top of an existing theme, and create stylish new WordPress sites—without the advanced knowledge of a web developer.
WordPress is undergoing a fundamental change. Learn how the WP API is changing WordPress development, and how to get started with this new RESTful JSON API.
Build a great website for your volunteer group, club, church, or other community organization with WordPress. No previous WordPress experience required!
Learn how to create your own feature-rich blog or website with WordPress. Find out how to schedule posts, customize themes, install plugins, and more.
Build a great website for your restaurant with WordPress and its library of free themes and plugins.
Learn how to use the CSS Flexible Box Layout module (aka Flexbox) to create advanced responsive layouts.
Reviews the core concepts of the CSS box model, including techniques such as styling text and images, floating content, using display properties, and positioning elements.
Create a website for your freelance or independent business: do it yourself (DIY) with WordPress.
Create a website for your small business complete with a contact form, social sharing buttons, a booking/availability calendar, and a photo gallery. Learn how to do it yourself with WordPress.
Responsive images are the next evolution in web design. Learn how to implement them today, with these real-life best practice scenarios for implementing responsive images in production sites.
Write simpler, smarter CSS for your WordPress themes and plugins with Sass and Grunt.js.
Outlining three basic workflows for building WordPress sites: building your first website, building sites with custom themes, and building full-fledged sites for clients.
Build a beautiful custom website for your wedding in WordPress with these quick and simple do-it-yourself tips.
Build a website to showcase your photography the DIY (do-it-yourself) way, with WordPress and a selection of helpful plugins.
Build a website the DIY (do-it-yourself) way with WordPress. This course shows how to install, connect, and configure WordPress on your own domain.
Learn how to move a WordPress site to a new location, with WP Migrate DB and WP Migrate DB Pro.
Learn to install and configure WordPress locally on a Mac with MAMP and MAMP PRO, and set the stage for more serious WordPress development.
Get a 10,000-foot overview of today's web design process, from discovery to content creation, development, and launch.
Get the most out of the new default WordPress theme, Twenty Fifteen, a blog-centric theme with a heavy focus on post formats and accessibility.
Add images to categories and tags and provide a more interesting user experience for your WordPress visitors.
Keep your WordPress site secure using these best practices and plugins.
Learn how to implement DRY development techniques on your WordPress sites, and build more efficient, maintainable, and understandable code.
Build a custom plugin to track the popularity of WordPress posts and then create a widget to display the top five.
Use information architecture and the WordPress template hierarchy to build a cleaner and more effective design process.
Learn how to edit WordPress user accounts directly in the database with phpMyAdmin—bypassing WordPress entirely.
Use the Advanced Custom Fields plugin to add new fields to posts, pages, and custom post types in WordPress.
Add styles and scripts to your WordPress themes the correct way, by enqueuing them.
Learn how to integrate web fonts into your WordPress themes, from sources such as Google Fonts, Adobe Edge Web Fonts, and Font Squirrel.
Learn how to add social media buttons to your posts and pages, with several different WordPress plugins, and allow your visitors to share your content with friends and followers on Facebook and Twitter.
Learn to get the most out of Simone, a custom WordPress theme designed by Morten Rand-Hendriksen.
Add advanced analytics to your WordPress site with three different plugins: WordPress.com Stats from Jetpack, Google Analytics, and Piwik.
Protect your WordPress site with automatic backups. Learn how to back up and restore your data with two different plugins, Backup from Dropbox and BackWPup.
Create custom post types and taxonomies to extend the functionality of WordPress.
Install and run WordPress on your computer with DesktopServer.
Got a WordPress site that's overrun with spam? Learn how to clean it out by deleting the spam straight from the database.
Add contact forms to your WordPress site with three different plugins: Jetpack, Contact Form 7, and Gravity Forms.
Learn to quickly set up and configure the Twenty Fourteen theme, and turn your WordPress website into a modern flat design online magazine.
Take a 10-minute tour of the new features in WordPress 3.8, including the new interface and the Twenty Fourteen theme.
Use the ancient art of logic to create better user experiences for your websites and other projects.
Learn how to set up a self-hosted WordPress-powered site on a shared hosting service.
Learn to set up and configure the new Twenty Thirteen WordPress theme, and get the most of the new post format options.
Drive more visitors to your WordPress site by performing search engine optimization, or SEO, with the help of two powerful plugins.
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