Continuing with WordPress: Under the Hood - Online Course
Now that you know how to use WordPress's Gutenberg editor to format your content, go under the hood to complete the build-out of your website. This course is the second of two classes providing a comprehensive overview of the WordPress dashboard. Picking up where we left off in the Content Management course, we start with tips on finding, choosing and installing a WordPress theme. You'll learn how to complete your website setup by creating menus and adding widgets to help your users navigate your content. Next, we'll examine WordPress plugins, how to install them, and how they can add value to your site visitors. Finally, we'll take a look at how WordPress is structured behind the scenes, how to setup and manage user accounts and discuss optimizing the settings for improved usability and security.
Prerequisite: Getting Started with WordPress: Content Management or equivalent knowledge
Donnie Seigler will present this virtual course in real time with students using Google Meet so you will have an opportunity to get questions answered and get individualized help. Students will need a laptop or tablet with camera, microphone and internet connection for this online class and will receive an email invite from the instructor the day before the class with instructions on how to participate in this course using Google Meet.
|Dates:||February 25-26, 2021 Check for other dates|
|Meets:||One Thu. & One Fri., 9AM-12N Begins 02/25 (MT)|
|Location:||ONLINE: Via Google Meet|
You could save $15.00 on this course by becoming a member of CFU Membership
|Notes:||Notes: Class time is in MT. The instructor will be using Google Meet to conduct this online class and will email students an invite to participate in the class. Once the invitation is accepted students will receive an email from Google calendar with the link to join the meeting.|
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