I have been a translator for production companies and TV station since 2001. I've gained a broad knowledge whilst working on various programs including documentaries and other informational show. During the course of my career, I've discovered that I actually love learning, about anything and everything and would love to continue expanding my knowledge bank and somehow pass it on to other people.
I currently run an ecommerce site. I've been navigating in the online world since the 90s, was a computer science minor in college, and started to take an interest in the ever growing internet marketing area for the past 5 years. It helps to have different perspectives when it comes to marketing in the real or virtual world, I think my past experience is an added value to my current focus on this topic.
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Online presence is an unavoidable element of life in this age, and if you've ever wanted to establish one and asked around, the most likely answer you would have gathered is to go with the easy-to-use Wordpress platform.
This course deals with the ins and outs of Wordpress from installation to fine tuning the settings that most people don't even know exist!
This course covered almost everything necessary to get started along with a few extras that a lot of experience WP users may not know about like how to access the All Settings Table. I would have given 5 stars if he had not jumped to configuration page without some general instruction on setting up the database and uploading the Wordpress files. I thought I had skipped a video. At least some introduction mentioning where to find codex and the wordpress.org website. Even though this course is not about editing the code, I would have also appreciated a brief summary of the 3 basic WP folders and php file structure with their main functions. Also, an explanation of the specific benefits of WordPress and how it interacts via php with the database, server and client browser would have been great for an appreciation of why a dynamic website should be chosen over a 20 page static HTML site. Otherwise it was a nice production. The instructor was pleasant to listen to and his explanations were easy to understand. I have paid for much worse content. Thanks for the free lesson. I will recommend.
I've been trying to learn Wordpress for a decade or more. The learning curve has been so steep (apparently I'm not a natural) and frustrating that I've given up on my many websites, only to "try again" sometime later. With this course, I finally got my feet on the ground. I took the time to learn the basics, and a few good--even great tips-- for moving through the Wordpress jungle. I'm very grateful. I give it only four stars because at the end it says, "Try wordspress 2.00," but there is no follow up course. We're waiting! Bear Gebhardt www.smokersfreedomschool.com
Screen records are not enough you can not see the whole page and this makes you sometimes crazy, exhaustive information load, needs some examples. I appreciate the cost and labor. Neat tricks at the end of course is really neat:)
Thank you very much for giving me the full guideline with easy way.
Easy to understand, pleasant voice. A great Wordpress presentation it but really needs an update.