Practical Guide for

WordPress is an open source Content Management System (CMS), allows the users to build dynamic websites and blog. As per an estimate it is a beast that powers 29% of the Internet, and there are over 74.6 million websites that depend on it. Self-hosted WordPress websites account for 20% of that and over 50,000 WordPress websites are launched daily. That means there’s a monstrous market and a lot of work that needs to be done. In short huge demand. With WordPress on your skills list, you can not only launch your own site/blog, but can do development for others to make good funds.

Before you start with learning, it is assumed that you are already aware about the basics of HTML, CSS and a bit of JavaScript. If you are not aware of these concepts, then it is suggested that you go through guides as shared earlier or can reference the additional section in this guide for the links.

WordPress Tutorial 1: Introduction

How to Install WordPress

If you are using Windows and the above tutorial doesn’t help you that much, then refer this:

WordPress Theme Development

WordPress Navigation Menus

WordPress Page Templates

WordPress Child Page Menu (parent & subpages)

WordPress Post Meta Data Tutorial

WordPress Archive Tutorial (archive.php)

WordPress Excerpt Tutorial

WordPress Featured Image Tutorial

WordPress Search Theme Tutorial

Advanced Topics:

WordPress get_template_part Tutorial
WordPress Post Formats Tutorial
WordPress Widgets Tutorial
WordPress Custom Homepage Tutorial
WordPress Custom Loop WP_Query Tutorial

Additional Resources:
HTML Glossary
Glossary CSS
Glossary JavaScript
W3School Tutorial for HTML
W3School Tutorial for CSS
W3School Tutorial for JavaScript

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