Open a world of new WordPress possibilities by developing your own plugins. Learn to create custom functionality for WordPress using the Plugin API and a little bit of PHP.
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Secure your WordPress site with some basic site configuration, code updates, and free plugins. Learn how to fight spam, bots, and hacking with these simple WordPress security tips.
Build a WordPress ecommerce site that matches your brand. Learn to customize WooCommerce themes with hooks, template overrides, PHP, and CSS.
Take your WordPress site worldwide. Use the built-in internationalization features and functions to make your themes and plugins translation-ready.
Learn how to install and configure a WordPress membership plugin (Restrict Content Pro or iThemes Exchange Membership) to restrict your content and accept payment from members of your WordPress site.
Manage a network of WordPress websites (such as student blogs or classroom websites) using WordPress Multisite.
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.
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 build an AngularJS-powered single-page application with WordPress and the WP REST API.
Gain a deeper understanding of the Genesis Framework as you build a custom child theme from scratch with PHP and CSS.
Learn how to use WordPress to build a beautiful and accessible website that can be used by people with all different types of abilities.
Start blogging to connect with customers and market your business online.
Write simpler, smarter CSS for your WordPress themes and plugins with Sass and Grunt.js.
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.
Use the Advanced Custom Fields plugin to add new fields to posts, pages, and custom post types in WordPress.
Install and run WordPress on your computer with DesktopServer.
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.
Explore how to integrate WordPress into a Dreamweaver site to make for efficient editing of your code.
Shows how to combine the utility of WordPress and the power of Dreamweaver to transition existing websites to the WordPress platform.
Demonstrates different design strategies, best practices, and actual code examples for creating a web site that can adapt to multiple devices, screen sizes, and browsers.
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 build a WordPress theme in Dreamweaver from the ground up.
Shows how to build a mobile WordPress site in Dreamweaver.
Shows how to create a robust WordPress-based site using Dreamweaver.
Shows how to install and customize two free WordPress themes designed to create online photo portfolios.
Shows how to build a custom theme from scratch in WordPress 3.
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