This course has been designed to teach anyone the basics of Word Press and enables the learner to build the website with ease despite having no technical knowledge.
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This course has been designed to teach anyone the basics of Word Press and enables the learner to build the website with ease despite having no technical knowledge. This course assumes no prior knowledge in either Word press or any other web related skills.We will also provide you 2 websites with hosting features so that you can show case your website to your friends, relatives and rest of the world through social sharing. So, you can learn Wordpress without having to buy web hosting or a domain name. After completion of this course, we will also teach you digital marketing basics so that you can become online entrepreneur in no time.
Essential for any age group who want to learn Word Press without paying for a web host.
People who want to start online business without technical knowledge
Install Word Press with paying for a web host
Learn to install themes and plugins
Create Pages, Posts and Menu Navigation
Learn to setup Email and on Website Optimization
“YOU DON’T HAVE TO BE GREAT TO START, BUT YOU HAVE TO START TO BE GREAT.”
Self Paced Learning
10+ Practice Questions
No Mock Tests
“ANYONE WHO STOPS LEARNING IS OLD, WHETHER AT TWENTY OR EIGHTY.”
Frequently Asked Questions
1. Does WordPress need coding?
Yes. Some knowledge of coding would be helpful to changes to your website. Having a complete coding background while helpful is not required. Some plugins can help you build a WordPress website visually rather than coding it from scratch.
2. Is WordPress a programming language?
3. Is WordPress easy to learn?
Yes, WordPress is easy to learn. WordPress is as easy to use as a word processor, so learning how to use it well is simply a matter of getting a handle on how to use it's point-and-click interface. And these WordPress fundamentals won't take you long to learn either
4. How much should I charge for a WordPress website?
According to PostStatus, beginner WordPress freelancers should charge between $25-$40 per hour while more experienced freelancers should charge between $40 and $400 per hour.