- Why code is the key to building whatever you can imagine with WordPress
- The ability to write PHP to manipulate the data of a WordPress site
- The skills, knowledge and vocabulary to work professionally as a WordPress developer
- Basic WordPress knowledge (how to create a blog post, etc…)
- A basic understanding of HTML (e.g. “p” is for paragraph, “h1” is for headline, etc…)
- No CSS knowledge required (although it helps to understand that CSS is used to add style & design to a page)
Also Read: WordPress For Beginners 2018 & Google Adsense Implementation
Unlock the full power of WordPress and go beyond “just a blog platform” by learning how to code completely custom WordPress powered sites.
Together we will build a website for a fictional university and along the way we will:
- Install WordPress on your personal computer so you have a private playground copy of WordPress to practice and experiment with
- Get introduced to the PHP language (this is what powers WordPress)
- Set Up a New Theme (You’ll learn how to convert any HTML template into a living breathing WordPress theme)
- Create Custom Post Types and Custom Fields
- Relate pieces of content with each other (e.g. a professor and a program)
- Leverage the WP REST API
- Let visitors sign up for a basic account on our site
- Build a “My Notes” feature (user specific single page application with real-time CRUD actions)
- Let users “like” or “heart” a professor (update the professor’s like count on-the-fly)
- Deploy our website live up onto the web for the entire world to view
- And much more!
Become highly valuable and relevant to the companies that are hiring WordPress developers; in one convenient place alongside one instructor. If you’re ready to begin coding custom websites – I’ll see you on the inside!
- Developers who want to use WordPress as a true Content Management System and not “just a blog platform.”
- People who want to learn about the “REST API” which allows us to interact with WordPress data on-the-fly in realtime.
- Anyone interested in custom post types, custom fields, and creating relationships between various content types.
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