If you want to learn how to do WordPress design, development, and testing in the quickest, safest, best possible way then this is the course for you!
It WON'T teach you HOW to design, develop, and test, but it WILL teach you how to create your very own web server environment on your PC, Mac, or Linux computer using XAMPP, so that you can safely, quickly, and easily do all your WordPress work offline, without needing a web host.
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In this course you are going to learn how to install a WordPress site from scratch, as well as how to take an existing site currently hosted on the internet, and replicate the site on your local computer.
You are then going to see a practical, real world example of working with WordPress using XAMPP on your local computer. You will be shown step-by-step how to remove thousands of spam comments from a WordPress site, quickly, safely, and easily, on the local computer before the site is then uploaded to a live web host.
This course has been created by someone who has been using WordPress since it's very first release, and who has been actively creating WordPress websites for himself and his clients since 2003.
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I've been building web sites since the mid/late 90's, and am the author of the book WordPress For All : How To Create A Website For Business Or Personal Use, Quickly & Easily - Whatever Your Skill Level. It is available available on Amazon for the Kindle, with a paperback version due to follow in the near future.
I've been using WordPress since it was first released, and prior to that, B2 (the software WordPress was forked from). I've built numerous websites both for myself and for clients, using HTML, WordPress, and Joomla. From the very first commercial web site I built (in the days before Google existed) I have made a point of building my sites with search engine optimisation in mind, and have had top ranking for many of my sites for some of the toughest keywords out there.
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