WordPress: The Basics is a short “kickstart” guide geared towards the beginner WordPress user. It gives step-by-step instructions on not only how to create and publish a basic post, but also customize it and use WordPress’ WYSIWYG editor and media options to make it visually attractive and engaging.
There are also Quick Tips you can share to help people employ some WordPress best practices.
The WordPress: The Basics contains the following:
- How to Create a Post
- How to Personalize Your Post
- How to View a Preview of Your Post
- How to Categorize and Tag Your Post
- How to Add Media to Your Post
- How to Install a WordPress Plugin
- WordPress – The Basics – 30 Page How-To Guide
- 65 Screenshots (all the screenshots from the report and slides)
- Starter Checklist – As a handy reminder of the how-to’s
- 10 Quick Tips for Beginners – Some best practices for WordPress
- 10 Quick Tips Slideshow – The Quick Tips on slides, with notes and screenshots (ready to use for a webinar or video)
- Instructions for using your new content
- Editable eCover Templates (10 Designs in 2D psd, ready to convert to your own branded eCovers)
WordPress – The Basics
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WordPress – The Basics
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