One of the best ways to market a business is probably through internet marketing. Especially in the case of small businesses, it is important for them to find an avenue where they can make themselves known without spending too much. But for first time business owners without a background in making websites, it would be costly to hire a designer to setup one for you. This is why it is such good news that knowledge and information has been made open for everyone via the internet. Experts share their ideas and specialists give step by step instructions in making marketing easier.
Information on website design, HTML, and CSS is open for you to access. There are tons of tutorials on how to setup one. The most basic knowledge that a beginner needs to know in making a website is probably the importance of a CMS. Now-a-days, the most common CMS is none other than Word Press.
Word Press is a Content Management System (CMS) platform used widely in the cyber world. An estimated17.6% of website population in the internet is powered and published via Word Press. This is because it has such a user-friendly interface, it has fast installation and configuration settings, it is expandable with hundreds of available plugins, and mainly because it’s free!
Because of its popularity, a vast number of tutorials were made open for everybody’s use. This is a good and a bad thing at the same time. Good because it’s now a breeze to look for what you need when customizing word press. And it’s bad because it can really get confusing most of the time. In this post, we rounded up 30 easy to understand word press tutorials for beginners. Browse through the tutorials and pick which ones you need.
Adding a Theme Demo Bar
Fixing the Error “Establishing a Database Connection in WordPress”
Adding Download for Posts a PDF
Adding Titles to Previous and Next Post Link
Add a Custom CSS Editor through Ace
Tips in Using Short Codes in Theme Development
Insert Widgets with Shortcodes
Integrating Colorbox into the Native Gallery Shortcode
Shortcodes Complete Guide
Adding Socialmedia Icons into the Navigation Bar
Show Latest Pins on Pinterest in the Sidebar
Share Facebook Posts with a Preview Image and Description
Adding a Milestone Countdown
Display Style Related Posts
Build a Flicker Widget Including Screencast
65 Advanced Uses for Custom Fields
Upgrade WordPress to Latest Version
73 WordPress Themes
Import and Export Genesis Settings
Create Content Boxes for Genesis Pages
Clean Up Database
13 SQL Queries
Add Responsive Lightbox
Design Elegant Content Slider
CreaterWordpress Slider Using Tinyslider
jQuery Featured Post Slider
Build Image Slider using Custom Post Type
Integrate Slideshow to WordPress Theme
Display Post in Carousel
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Is a sports enthusiast who has an appreciation of both the arts and logic. He is also a nerdy gym-rat who likes to read on his free time. He is in constant search for learning and knowledge whether it be related to his profession or not. As a member of DigitalRoom’s creative team, he is involved in designing the website printingshoppers.com – a printing comparison site.