Building a website with Wordpress from scratch for your business can seem daunting -- it doesn't need to be.
With a brand-new WordPress theme, Twentytwelve, you can make a completely unique, branded website, without using Photoshop, hiring a designer, or spending hours of sweat and toil on your site.
This “How to Build A Website With Wordpress From Scratch” course is for the entrepreneur, small business owner or creative who wants to know *just enough* about WordPress to create a killer website all their own.
Because it's completely up to date on all the features of WordPress 3+, and the brand-new default theme Twentytwelve, it's a great course for those who have some familiarity with WordPress but want to take their skills to the next level.
By focusing not only on building you a great site but also on branding, it will further help you launch a site well positioned stand out and get surfaced in search.
In this “how to build a website with Wordpress from scratch “course, you'll follow along a set of short lectures while building your own website. You'll learn how to make a child theme (but you'll also be able to download a sample).
What you'll have at the end of the course:
A cool-looking, mobile-responsive website that has custom web fonts and a strong, branded positioning without a lot of muss or fuss.</p>
What you won't get:
Take this ultimate course right now and learn how to build a website with Wordpress from scratch.
With a background working for major brands, startups and nonprofits, Amanda has learned how to derive the unique selling proposition of a variety of products...including people!
She's used WordPress to build successful sites for film festivals, nonprofits, literary magazines and individuals -- and when she's not wrangling Camtasia, building fan communities on Facebook, or trying to make movies with Vine, it's her favorite technological tool.
Blogging for Jellybean Boom, she equips artists, writers, musicians, entrepreneurs and others with the digital strategies they need to stand out from the pack. She teaches regularly at Mediabistro, and she is a frequent speaker on technology, social media and writing on the web.