So You Want to Learn WordPress Development
WordPress development is a hugely useful skill, but it’s also tricky to learn—especially if you learn things out-of-order and try to tackle advanced topics while remaining confused on the fundamentals.
This free WordPress development course is designed to get you familiar with the basics of how WordPress works as a technical system. Because we start at the beginning, this WordPress development course is the right foundation for you to learn WordPress development as quickly as possible.
You should also know that this course is just a small preview of our flagship guide to WordPress development, Up and Running. If you’re serious about learning, Up and Running is the best WordPress development course available.
Serious About Learning WordPress Development?
Up and Running is our complete “learn WordPress development” course. Now in its updated and expanded Third Edition, it’s helped hundreds of happy buyers learn WordPress development the fast, smart, and thorough way.
“I think anyone interested in learning WordPress development NEEDS this course.
Before I purchased Up and Running, I had taught myself some WordPress code, but lacked direction. Watching the course’s videos was like a bunch of lights being turned on.
I went from being vaguely familiar with how themes, functions and WordPress itself worked to mastering these. Everything became much clearer.
I very happily recommend this course to anyone willing to listen.”
–Jason Robie, WordPress developer
Take the next step in your WordPress development journey!
This free course can get you started and oriented to the basics of WordPress development, starting with: What is WordPress, and what does it do?
1. Beginning at the Beginning: What WordPress Is
To learn WordPress development, you need to know what WordPress is. Our “factory analogy” is the best overall explanation we’ve found for what WordPress, as a technology, is and does.
WordPress is a Factory: A Technical Introduction
Summary: What WordPress Is
WordPress is a factory that
This article was written by Fred Meyer and originally published on WPShout.