Mastering WordPress Plugin Level 1 Module 1 (USD 617):
The WordPress Content management System offers the powerful way to publishers, bloggers and online store owners to easily enhance the functionality of their WordPress based website without the need to directly edit any code of the website.
A WordPress plugin is basically a set of code that integrate in your self-hosted WordPress hosted website. WordPress users can find hundreds of thousands of WordPress plugins that have been created by the enterprising developers, so that they are ready to use and you can easily use them in your website.
WordPress plugins can easily be used to tweak from small to large changes to your website. For instance, some WordPress plugins, such as Woocommerce, is designed to turn your website into a fully functioning online store.
Primarily, WordPress plugins are written in PHP and it may also contain the certain short codes, actions, filters and widgets.
You don’t need to be experienced developer or programmer for installing and configuring plugins, as this job can easily be done by the beginners or novice level experts. WordPress dashboard has given a beautiful and easy to learn user-interface dashboard from which all the users can easily access the repository of WordPress plugins with ease.
Mastering WordPress Plugin Outline:
- Introduction to WordPress
- Woocommerce Quick Guide
- Introduction to WordPress Dashboard
- Handful knowledge of web hosting
- Introduction to Child Theme and Parent theme
- Introduction to WordPress Classic Editor
- Introduction to WordPress Gutenberg Editor
- Creating publishing Posts, Blogs and Products
- Understanding different plugin functionalities
- Finding the right type of WordPress plugin
- Selecting the plugin
- Installing and Configuring the WordPress plugin
- Introduction to WordPress Yoast SEO Plugin
- Adding and configuring Contact Form plugin
- Installing and configuring WordPress security plugin
- 5 Essential training of WordPress
- WordPress Business Blueprint
- SEO fundamentals for WordPress