Building your first self-hosted website with the popular content management system WordPress doesnat have to be a painful process. Designer Peter Harris, a web developer since 1997, takes you through installation, using themes, exploring plugins, content structure and editing, SEO and much, much more. The Nearly Painless Guide to WordPress is written in plain English, taking you step by step through various procedures in a down to earth manner. This isnat a guide for dummies (and the author doesnat treat you like one). As with any technology, there is always a learning curve. But having worked with hundreds of clients and producing over 50 WordPress training videos, Peter has gone to great lengths to ensure that you wonat feel like youare scaling Mt Everest when building your first website with the worldas most popular content management system. Ever mindful of creating a truly useful asoup to nutsa handbook, this 75+ page ebook dives into numerous core WordPress features, describes various multimedia functions in detail, and lists hundreds of tips to make your site search engine friendly, easy to use for visitors and truly useful for your business or creative project. At the end of the day, itas technology. It wonat always be free of frustration, but with countless projects to his credit, Peter Harris has the experience to guide you through what will ultimately be an exciting and rewarding adventure.Google Maps For local businesses, having an embedded Google Map on your site can make it easy for people to find ... Set your width and height and choose how to display it on your page (left and right gives the option of wrapping text ... You may notice a second marker from the plugin developer, which you can delete.
|Title||:||The Nearly Painless Guide to WordPress : From A Designer With 17 Years Experience|
|Publisher||:||epubli - 2014-03-21|