4 Steps to Learn WordPress
- Choose a domain and hosting.
- Install WordPress using your hosting provider's instructions.
- Access the WordPress dashboard to start.
Explore and understand key elements like Posts, Pages, and Settings.
- Add basic pages and posts.
- Upload media files and customize your chosen theme.
Functionality with Plugins:
Install plugins for added features like SEO, contact forms, and more.
Nurul, a seasoned WordPress instructor with over 5+ years of experience, has successfully guided and mentored 300+ students. Known for her clear communication and accessibility, Nurul covers both basics and advanced WordPress topics. He stays updated on the latest trends, fostering a positive learning environment and encouraging creativity. Beyond the classroom, Nurul actively contributes to community-building initiatives, making her a valuable asset to the WordPress education landscape.
Learn Some Common Questions and Answers...
Firstly, welcome! To get started with freelancing or the web sector, it’s essential to have a computer and an internet connection. Once you have everything ready, you can begin by watching our Day 0 videos on YouTube. If you prefer, you can also learn from YouTube. Additionally, we have a Hand Holding Support program where you can participate in live classes from start to finish for comprehensive learning.
If you are a student of the Hand Holding Support program, you will receive lifetime marketplace support.Marketplace support includes handling client messages, reviewing job invitations, deciding whether to take a job or not, understanding client requirements, using plugins, and providing overall support from start to finish.
However, if you have already secured a job, you will need to handle it yourself. Our support team will guide you, but they won’t directly execute the tasks for you.”
Yes, if you are a student of our Hand Holding Support, you will receive lifetime support for themes and plugins from the marketplace support. However, it may take some time for new theme plugins to be added to our resources.