WordPress All-In-One For Dummies

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John Wiley & Sons, Apr 9, 2019 - Computers - 848 pages

Set up your WordPress site today!

WordPress is a state-of-the-art blog publishing platform with a focus on aesthetics, web standards, and usability. The latest version of WordPress.org will be replaced in the fall of 2018 with WordPress 5.0. This will include a major change with the addition of new editor Gutenberg.

Take your WordPress experience to the next level with the information packed inside this All-in-One. From the basics of setting up your account, to choosing a host and theme, to managing content with editor Gutenberg, to keeping your site secure, these 8 books of expert information will help you take the WordPress community by storm.

  • Build your site foundation
  • Choose a server
  • Become a site admin pro
  • Learn how to manage content using Gutenberg

Get ready to blog all about it!

 

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Contents

Introduction
3
Exploring the World of OpenSource Software
19
chapters Understanding Development
29
Meeting the WordPress Community
37
chapters Discovering Different Versions of WordPress
49
CHAPTER
53
SETTING UP THE WORDPRESS SOFTWARE
61
Setting Up the WordPress Software
63
Exploring Popular SEO Plugins
423
CUSTOMIZING THE LOOK OF YOUR SITE
435
Customizing the Look of Your Site
436
Examining the Default Theme Twenty Nineteen
437
Enhancing Your Website with Widgets
448
Finding and Installing WordPress Themes
457
Exploring the Anatomy of a Theme
475
Table of Contents V
481

Using Secure File Transfer Protocol
73
Using Secure File Transfer Protocol
85
Installing WordPress on YourWeb Server
95
Installing WordPress on Your Web Server
100
chapters Configuring WordPress for Optimum Security
109
Updating WordPress
127
CHAPTER
130
Backing Up Packing Up and Moving
137
CHAPTER
143
viii
150
Logging In and Taking a Look Around
157
Exploring the WordPress Dashboard
158
Exploring Tools and Settings
169
WordPress Allinone For Dummies
170
Managing USerS and Multiple Authors
201
Dealing with Comments and Spam
211
Creating Categories and Tags
225
PUBLISHING YOUR SITE WITH WORD PRESS
237
Publishing Your Site with WordPress
240
Creating a Static Page
277
Inserting a Single Image into a Post
287
Using the Columns block to Insert Multiple Images in a
294
Inserting a Photo Gallery
302
Exploring Podcasting and Video Blogging
307
Working with Custom Fields
323
chapters Using WordPress as a Content
335
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352
Examining SEO and Social Media
358
Exposing Your Content
359
Creating a Social Media Listening
377
Understanding Analytics
389
Search Engine Optimization
405
Customizing Your Theme
511
Understanding Parent and Child Themes
535
Digging into Advanced Theme Development
551
USING AND DEVELOPING PLUGINS
587
Using and Developing Plugins
590
Introducing WordPress Plugins
591
Installing and Managing Plugins
607
Configuring and Using Plugins
621
Modifying Existing Plugin Code
639
Creating Simple Plugins from Scratch
647
WordPress AllinOne For Dummies
659
Creating ShortCodes
666
Exploring Plugin Development Best Practices
687
Plugin Tips and Tricks
701
RUNNING MULTIPLE SITES
719
An Introduction to Multiple Sites
721
Running Multiple Sites with WordPress
722
An Introduction to Multiple Sites
723
Setting Up and Configuring Network Features
731
Disabling the Network
737
Becoming a Network Admin
739
Stopping Spam SignUps and Splogs
757
Management of Users and Access Control
759
Changing Defaults
766
Using Network Plugins and Themes
769
Gathering and Displaying Networkwide Content
775
Using Multiple Domains within Your Network
781
Installing the Domain Mapping Plugin
786
Setting Up Multiple Networks
795
WordPress AllinOne For Dummies
800
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LisaSabin-Wilson co-owns WebDevStudios, a development company specializing in custom WordPress plugins, themes, and deployments. She's also a popular conference speaker. Find her blog at lisasabin-wilson.com, and follow @lisasabinwilson on Twitter.

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