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About WordPress

Duration: 2 Month(s)

WordPress is one of the most popular blogging tools on the web, making it easy for anybody to post their ideas, pictures, and audio/video. WordPress can be used for not only blogging posts but also to store static information that can be easily updated like a content management system (CMS). 

This class teaches the new user how to get their blog up and started quickly while teaching students to fully understand the right way to install, administer, customize and market their blog. 

One of the main advantages of WordPress is the use of themes and plugins which can dramatically change the look and functionality of your blog website. Students will learn how to find and install various themes and plugins as well as learn how themes work behind the scenes using template tags with PHP. 

Each weekly lecture will give explanations, illustrations, resources, and practical scenarios of setting up your own Wordpress blog.

Introduction to WordPress:
 1. A brief history
 2. More about WordPress
 3. WordPress Blogs vs. Websites
 4. A brief introduction to WordPress themes
 5. Getting started with WordPress

Finding a Home for your WordPress Site:
 1. Finding a domain
 2. Registering a domain
 3. Choosing a web hosting package
 4. WordPress feature through your host
Installing WordPress on Your Site:
 1. How to install WordPress
 2. The MySQL database
 3. Uploading your files
 4. The install script
 5. About WordPress Release Cycles
 6· Upgrading WordPress
Content Management using WordPress:
 1·  Archiving content
 2·  The purpose of categories
 3·  Naming a category
 4·  Creating a new category
 5·  About static page parents and children
 6·  Permalinks
 7·  Dressing up links
 8·  Customizing links
 9·  Checking Links with Your Server
 10· Syndicated content (RSS)
 11· About Feed Readers
 12· RSS options
 13· RSS and Social Media
Selecting the Right Tools:
 1·  Picking a text editor
 2·  Picking a web browser
 3·  About cross-browser compatibility
 4· An introduction to FTP
 5· Setting up for FTP
 6· Using an FTP client
 7· Transferring files
 8· Editing files (FTP)
 9· File Permissions

Image Formats:
 1·  Image types and formats
 2·  Comparing image formats
 3·  About graphic design software programs
 4·  Raster based software
 5·  Vector based software
 6·  Image optimization
 7·  Image libraries

Fonts and Colors:
 1· About Color
 2· The color wheel
 3· The color models
 4· Color schemes
 5· Color combinations
 6· Creating colors using codes
 7· About fonts
 8· Web safe fonts
 9· Fonts for graphic design
10· Installing fonts on a computer

Designing Your WordPress Site:
 1· Choosing a site width
 2· Fixed widths
 3· Fluid widths
 4· Responsive Layouts
 5· Columns
 6· Navigation
 7· Content display options
 8· The Sandbox environment

 The WordPress Default Layout:
 1· About the layout and structure
 2· Customizing the header image
 3· Choosing a header image
 4· Creating your own header image
 5· Custom navigation
 6· About widgets
 7· Using widgets
 8. Adding widgets to a sidebar or footer
 9· The text widget
10·The RSS widget

Themes and Templates:
 1· About WordPress themes
 2· PHP and MySQL
 3· Defining PHP
 4·  The template tag
 5·  Using PHP
 6·  Managing your database
 7·  Template files
 8·  How templates work with WordPress themes
 9·  Stylesheets
10·  About the Main Index and The Loop
11·  The different templates
12·  Template tags, values, and parameters
13·  Using template tags in blog posts
14·  Connecting templates
15·  Using more than one stylesheet

More on Widgets and Template Tags:
 1· Common template tags
 2· Calendar
 3· List pages
 4· Post archives
 5· Categories
 6· Content types
 7· More template tags
 8· Adding widget areas
 9· Registering widget ideas
10· Adding widget areas to template files
11· Using template files
12· Named templates
13· Template parts
14· Page templates
15· Adding support

Parent and Child Themes:
 1· Understanding parent and child themes
 2· Creating a child theme
 3· Loading a parent theme style
 4· Customizing the parent theme style
 5· Using images in child theme designs
 6· Edit theme structure with child themes
 7· Overriding parent template files
 8· Adding new template files
 9· Removing template files
10·  Modifying theme functions file
11·  Preparing a parent theme

Creating a Custom Site:
 1· Getting acquainted with CSS
 2· CSS Selectors
 3· Classes and IDs
 4· CSS properties and values
 5· Changing background mage or colors
 6· Adding a custom background
 7· Changing the background with CSS
 8· Positioning your header image using CSS
 9· Repeating or scrolling background images
10· Changing theme elements
11· Adding effects
12· Setting font, color, and size
13· An introduction to basic HTML
14· Inserting images
15· Inserting links
16· Inserting lists

Using WordPress as a Content Management System:
 1. Creating the front page
 2. Creating a static page
 3. Using a static page as your front page
 4. Making a blog look like a website
 5. Creating blank blog pages
 6. Assigning the new page as a blog page
 7. Creating custom page templates
 8. The default page template
 9. Comparing templates
 10. Using different sidebarand footer templates
 11. Custom styles for sticky, category, and tag posts

Using WordPress Plugins:
 1. Installing plugins using the dashboard
 2. Finding plugins
 3. Installing and activating plugins
 4. Installing plugins manually
 5. Ecommerce plugins
 6. Photo galleries and portfolios
 7. Inserting images onto pages or into posts
 8. Creating web forms using plugins
 9. About BuddyPress
 10. Integrating plugins with social networks

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