Here is a sobering fact. According to a Forbes article more than half of SMB owners (52%) in the US do not have a website.
The main reason for that is…they find it difficult to absorb and use the readily available free technology like WordPress to make them work for their business.
This course seeks to end that.
I have modelled this course in such a way that anyone wanting to start a WordPress website right from scratch will find it easy to do.
It is a complete guide for you if you wish to customize a WordPress theme to create your own design. I have shown how you can customize the Twenty Thirteen theme to create different theme designs for your or your clients’ needs.
There is a lot more to gain from my course.
Specifically you will be able to:
In short, my course is your first hand-held guide to start your own website with WordPress.
Step in now, and learn my course.
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In this video lesson I will take you through all the steps for selecting a domain name and hosting for your website. I'll explain how to find a domain name that is available in social media as well. And I'll also tell you the basic functioning of domain name server and the hosting server.
There are 3 popular installation scripts for easily installing WordPress in your website. In this lesson I discuss the use of 2 of them in details.
It is easy to change the theme or basic design of your website in WordPress. In this lesson you learn how to change themes in your WordPress dashboard.
Installing a child theme is the safe way to work with WordPress. In this lesson I explain what is child theme. I also introduce you to using WordPress plugins. As you will find out later in the course, plugins are a great tool to enhance the performance of your website.
You have learned what a child theme is and why it is needed. In this video lesson you'll actually install a child theme by just clicking a few buttons. This you'll do by using a WordPress plugin.
Cascading Style Sheets or CSS is the backbone of presenting web pages. It helps you to design the layout, colors, and fonts of a webpage. Here I'm explaining what CSS is, and how it is used to redesign the WordPress 2013 theme.
Images and fonts are part of web design. In this video I'll show you how to source free (and great looking) images and fonts for your web design, and how to use them for the purpose.
Changing just a few CSS elements can change the look and feel of your website. The way to do is explained in this lesson. I've also enclosed the changed CSS file for easy reference.
Taking a step further I explain some advanced CSS techniques in this video lesson. As a result a new unique theme design is created. The changed CSS file is enclosed so that you may use them for your needs.
I touch upon uploading external PHP file to the child theme using the FTP tool FileZilla. This will help you to upload any file which you cannot otherwise upload using WordPress's native facility. Later I'll explain how you can use a plugin that enables you to avoid using FTP program to a large extent. I'm enclosing the changed Footer PHP file for easy reference.
This is yet another new unique design created in the same theme. In this design, a logo image is used instead of text logo that comes in Twenty Thirteen theme by default. The body background image and the changed CSS styles are also enclosed for reference.
Hi, my name is Partha. I am the founder of HubSkills.com, a top resource center for 360° online course creation and education website development.
I offer consultancy service to clients for online course creation and launching education website. I also mentor solo teachers and his/her team for starting online course website.
I like traveling to new places and meeting people. Check out my website for more.