Troubleshoot WordPress Plugins Issues In A Few Easy Steps
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White Screen? Got to be A Bad Plugin! Get your WordPress Site back up and running quickly and easily in no time.
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Created by Rosanna Montoute
Last updated 2/2015
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Includes:
  • 29 mins on-demand video
  • 3 Supplemental Resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • 1) At the end of the three-lessons course students will be able to search, select, install and activate the type, quality and selection of plugins needed to give their WordPress site a professional look and feel.
  • 2) At the end of the three-lessons course students will also be able to troubleshoot and fix issues with their site that maybe caused by plugin errors.
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Requirements
  • Students will have basis knowledge of WordPress platform, access to the internet, and a desire to take their WordPress site to the next level using the right selection of plugins
Description

This course focuses primarily on WordPress Plugins one of the five main features of WordPress including Dashboard, Themes, Visual Editor and Widgets. The WordPress Dashboard, Themes, Visual Editor and Widgets will be presented in subsequent lectures. The course is presented in three comprehensive lessons: 1) A general overview of WordPress Plugins; 2) Managing Plugins in the WordPress Dashboard Plugins admin page; and 3) Troubleshooting issues with WordPress Plugins. The course is an introductory course designed for busy, on-the-go, non-technical people who are just getting started with WordPress and are searching for a quick way to better understand of how Plugins work. The course walks you through the process of searching, selecting, installing and activating the WordPress Plugins needed to get your site functioning to your liking.

Who is the target audience?
  • This Three-lessons self-paced introductory course is designed for busy on-the-go people who are familiar with WordPress and need a better understanding of how plugins work and how to manage and troubleshoot their plugins related issues quickly, efficiently and effectively.
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Curriculum For This Course
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Preview Of The Do It Yourself Course Series
1 Lecture 04:01

This video was created to give you a glimpse of the courses that make up the Do It Yourself (DIY) series. The first course in the series are WordPress Plugins. The subsequent courses include:

  • WordPress: Widgets, Themes, Dashboard and Visual Editor Explained
  • Facebook Explained
  • LinkedIn Explained
  • Google+ Explained
  • Twitter Explained
  • Pinterest Explained
  • Mastering PowerPoint

Stay tuned!

Preview 04:01
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Managing Your Plugins!
3 Lectures 24:44
WordPress Plugin
1 question

Lecture One: Overview of WordPress Plugins

  • What are WordPress Plugins?
  • What are the functions of plugins?
  • The WordPress platform that uses plugins
  • Types of plugins
  • Where to find plugins
  • Issues with plugins
Preview 07:26

Plugins can only be installed on one of the WordPress platforms.

Installing a plugin
1 question

Lecture Two: The WordPress Dashboard Plugins Admin Page

  • Managing plugins
  • Searching for plugins
  • Search for plugins using keywords
  • Activating and installing plugins
  • WordPress plugins directory
Managing your plugins in the WordPress Dashboard Plugins Admin Page
11:06

White Screen also known as the Screen of Death, is a screen that appears when you try to log into your WordPress site.

White screens
1 question

Lecture 3: Troubleshooting plugin related issues such as:

  • Problem logging into your site
  • Site is slow to load
  • Site is unresponsive
  • Widgets are not being displayed properly
  • Live webpage is a blank screen (also know as the "White Screen of Death)
Troubleshooting issues with WordPress Plugins
06:12
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Practices Exercises
3 Lectures 00:00

Install a Plugin

Self-guided Practice Exercise 1: Lesson 1
1 page

Deactivating a Plugin

Self-guided Practice Exercise 2: Lesson 2
1 page

Delete a Plugin

Self-guided Practice Exercise 3: Lesson 3
1 page
About the Instructor
Rosanna Montoute
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Moto: Leveraging Human Performance and Educational Technologies for meaningful and purposeful outcomes. I have a passion for learning, teaching and imparting knowledge. What inspires me, and is also the most rewarding to me as an educator? It’s observing the “aha” moments on my students’ faces when they have made a new discovery or created something new. I founded a new company called Training As A Service Academy (TAASA). The mission of TAASA is to deliver both traditional and online training and educational consultation services to individuals and companies worldwide. Specifically for the Udemy platform, I developed the Did You Know! Do It Yourself (DIY) course series. The course series includes: WordPress, LinkedIn, Facebook, Google+, Twitter and Pinterest. The objective of the Did You Know! Do It Yourself (DIY) series of courses is to teach others that it is possible to create and maintain their own online presence with little or no money by using available tools and resources and investing a bit of time. I got involved with social media starting with LinkedIn in 2004 and WordPress in 2005 followed by Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and several others. My primary reasons for using social media were to learn, teach and educate. Over the past two years I have been a Social Media Management Instructor at a leading community college and looking to host such in-class workshops internationally in 2015. My educational background includes an undergraduate degree in Human Relations; Certificate in Adult Education; and a Certificate in College and University Teaching. I design, develop, implement and evaluate the following skills development courses: Interpersonal Relationship, Leadership, Team Work, and Customer Service. I authored an eBook titled: “16 Essential Tips for Moderating Virtual Classroom Events”. It was published in 2013 and is available for purchase on Amazon. An online course of the eBook with the same title is currently being developed and will be available for purchase on Udemy in the spring of 2015.