WordPress Training Topics

Here are some possible topics that I would be happy to do a customized WordPress training on:

  • Strategies for leveraging WordPress within your organization
  • Strategies for WordPress content development within your organization
  • Strategies for building community within your organization using WordPress
  • How to create a WordPress theme from a PSD file
  • How to make basic edits to a WordPress theme
  • Creating custom page templates in WordPress
  • Creating custom loops in WordPress
  • How to add functionality using functions.php
  • How to build a plugin
  • How to Install WordPress
  • How to run and test WordPress locally
  • How to edit CSS
  • What do all these files mean?
  • Intro to PHP
  • Intro to CSS
  • Intro to HTML
  • Intro to javaScript
  • How to create an accordion effect
  • How to create X effect
  • HTML 5 primer
  • How to use jQuery
  • How to build and customize a slideshow
  • How to edit the home page to create a “News” theme
  • Intro to WordPress Multi-site
  • Intro to BuddyPress
  • Advanced WordPress Multi-site
  • Advanced BuddyPress

What would you like to learn?

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