Beginner WordPress Class in St. Paul on March 24 + 31

I will be teaching a beginner WordPress 2-day evening course at St. Paul’s College of Visual Arts on March 24 and 31.

This class is perfect for anyone who is interested in getting her or his feet wet in WordPress.  We will cover many of the “how-to’s” such as:

  • How to create a blog post
  • How to create a page
  • How to edit your navigation menu
  • How to add a photo/video to a page or post
  • Many more “how-to” topics (as well as any questions you might have)!

Cost is $90 and includes a free website (courtesy of Minnesota WordPress Hosting).

Register today!

The Mighty Mo! Design Co.

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