Sams Teach Yourself WordPress 3 in 10 Minutes

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Pearson Education, Dec 3, 2010 - Computers - 240 pages
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Sams Teach Yourself WordPress 3 in 10 Minutes


Chuck Tomasi

Kreg Steppe


Sams Teach Yourself WordPress in 10 Minutes gives you straightforward, practical answers when you need fast results. By working through its 10-minute lessons, you’ll learn everything you need to build great blogs with WordPress and, and reach any audience by web browser, RSS, or cell phone!


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10 minutes is all you need to learn how to…

  • Quickly build free blogs with
  • Customize your blog to fit your message
  • Create powerful text, audio, and video content
  • Moderate comments and build communities
  • Set up RSS feeds
  • Host your own blog with software
  • Deliver content via iPhone and BlackBerry
  • Streamline publishing with third-party tools


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Category:  Internet

Covers:  WordPress 3.0

User Level:  Beginning


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Lesson 1 Introducing WordPress
Lesson 2 Completing Your Profile
Lesson 6 Personalizing the Appearance of Your Blog
Lesson 7 Using RSS and Data Migration Tools
Lesson 8 Setting Up Hosting
Lesson 9 Installing WordPress
Lesson 10 Using Themes on Your Own Site
Lesson 11 Customizing Your Site with Plugins
Lesson 12 Blogging on the Go
Lesson 13 WordPress Support

Lesson 3 Creating Posts and Pages
Lesson 4 Configuring Your Blog Settings
Lesson 5 Managing Comments

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About the author (2010)

Chuck Tomasi is an IT professional with almost 30 years of experience.

He is a devoted husband and proud father of two. Chuck is an accomplished

writer and public speaker on New Media. His first book, Podcasting for

Dummies (co-written with Tee Morris and Evo Terra), was ranked #1 by

Neilsen BookScan in its category. He is a regular contributing writer to the

Friends In Tech and Tech Talk for Families blogs. Chuck is a pioneer in

podcasting who began working with the medium in 2004 when it was still in

its infancy. He is the co-host of the light-hearted weekly tech/science podcast

Technorama, which was a finalist in two categories at the 2007 Parsec Awards

for podcasting excellence. He also produces and hosts the Gmail Podcast, a

collection of short audio tips. As a speaker, Chuck has led training sessions on

podcasting for the National Park Service, spoken at the New Media Expo on

how to build listener loyalty, presented a session at the National HDI (Help

Desk Institute) conference on effective customer communications, and done

numerous presentations for his local HDI chapter. Chuck is also the founder,

host, and regular presenter for Fox Cities Managers, a local group of professionals

dedicated to leadership excellence in northeast Wisconsin.

Find out more about Chuck at


Kreg Steppe has 20 years of experience as an IT professional. Kreg is a

husband and father of one. He has several interests in creative writing,

photography, audio production, and web application development. Currently

working as a web developer, he has 10 years experience with web technologies

including HTML, JavaScript, PHP, MySQL, Apache, and IIS. His work leads

him to create rich and robust solutions including writing a custom intranet,

extranet, and workflow applications. He is also a podcasting early adopter. In

late 2004, as podcasting started to get recognition, Kreg became involved with

several podcasts, emerging as a consummate assistant to budding podcasters.

In early 2005 Kreg joined Chuck Tomasi and launched Technorama, a podcast

with a lighthearted look at all things tech and sci-fi. Working on Technorama,

and as a member of Friends In Tech podcasting group, Kreg has had several

years of audio production experience including creative writing, coordination

logistics, and editing. Most recently, Kreg spoke at Create South 2009 regarding

“Sharing Your Photography and Social Media” as an amateur photographer

and with an interest in social networking (

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