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Create your own website or blog with WordPress, the web's most popular content management system.
Learn how to get up and running with Genesis and take your WordPress site to the next level.
Learn how to customize themes with Genesis, the WordPress framework that offers SEO, security, and a huge selection of design options.
Install and run WordPress on the cloud with Microsoft Azure.
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.
Learn how to build a WordPress theme from scratch using the _s (aka Underscores) starter theme.
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.
Elevate your WordPress site with Dreamweaver's sophisticated coding tools. Learn how to customize the CSS, add Spry widgets, and make responsive, category-driven layouts.
Create a promotional, animated marquee for the homepage of your WordPress website. The exercise files and code snippets for this course are free to all members.
Add contact forms to your WordPress site with three different plugins: Jetpack, Contact Form 7, and Gravity Forms.
Explore how to integrate WordPress into a Dreamweaver site to make for efficient editing of your code.
Integrate a Shopify store into your existing self-hosted WordPress site and start selling your products or services online.
Learn to quickly set up and configure the Twenty Fourteen theme, and turn your WordPress website into a modern flat design online magazine.
Learn to create a custom photo gallery for WordPress that goes beyond the built-in look and feel.
Take a 10-minute tour of the new features in WordPress 3.8, including the new interface and the Twenty Fourteen theme.
Learn to set up and configure the new Twenty Thirteen WordPress theme, and get the most of the new post format options.
Learn how to set up a food blog using WordPress and work with two different themes and a plugin that result in three completely different looks.
Build an online store for digital products like music, ebooks, and more using WordPress and the Easy Digital Downloads plugin.
Build an online store using WordPress and the WooCommerce plugin.
Find out what you need to build an online store and decide if WordPress is the right solution for you.
Set up a video blog using WordPress and three different free themes—Twenty Twelve, Origami, and Sundance—and get three completely different looks for your site.
Shows how to combine the utility of WordPress and the power of Dreamweaver to transition existing websites to the WordPress platform.
Ten-minute projects on intermediate and advanced web design topics, covering technologies such as HTML, PHP, jQuery, and CSS, as well as content management solutions like WordPress and integration with Twitter, YouTube, and more.
Shows how to install and customize two free WordPress themes designed to create online photo portfolios.
Shows how to build an advanced portfolio site that showcases various types of content effectively using the free open-source application WordPress.