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Website Development with WordPress

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WordPress Training
Total Duration: 6 Hours
Course level: Beginner
Delivery Method: Instructor Led Online Training
Certification: Certificate of Completion will be provided after completing the course

Course Overview

This course will provide you the necessary skills to build, manage and run a beautiful website or blog by using WordPress. You can create anything from personal blogs to professional websites within a short span of time. It is also a powerful content management system (CMS). No coding is required. You will be able to design your blog/website by using the readymade WordPress templates. The course is designed for beginners and it explains about WordPress installation, configuration, creating a site, adding content, images, videos, using themes, widgets, plugins, publishing the site and beyond. You get to work on a project while doing this course.


No previous experience of Web design, HTML, CSS is required. You should have basic experience using computers and web browsers. This includes:

  • able to use keyboard and mouse
  • know how to create, save, move and rename files

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Course Content

  1. Getting Started with WordPress
    • What is WordPress and its advantages
    • Domain Name Registration and Web Hosting
    • Installing WordPress with the 5 minutes install
  2. Setting up WordPress
    • Logging in WordPress admin area
    • Familiarise with the WordPress Dashboard
    • Editing the user profile
    • Configuring the Dashboard settings
  3. Adding the right content to your WordPress site
    • About posts and pages
    • Difference between pages and posts
    • Creating pages
    • Organising page hierarchy
    • Creating a static front page
  4. Blogging with WordPress
    • Creating posts
    • Text formatting in a new post
    • Creating and managing links
    • Adding Images, Youtube Videos and Audios
    • Adding post categories, tags and other elements
  5. Customising WordPress
    • Installing and activating themes
    • Exploring the themes option
    • Installing plugins and using them
    • Info about various widgets and working with them
    • Setting up custom background and header images
    • Creating custom menus and custom widgets

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Frequently Asked Questions

WordPress is a free, open-source website creation platform. It is a content management system (CMS) written in PHP that uses a MySQL database. Even though WordPress was originally built as a blogging tool, you can create any kind of website you want, from a small, one-page personal site to a portfolio website, to a full online store, e-learning, news website, and even a full-featured business site.

WordPress was released in 2003 and it has become one of the most popular web publishing platforms which powers more than 40% of the entire website in the world. WordPress enables you to build and manage your website using just your web browser without learning how to code.

You’ll just need a computer with an internet browser like Chrome, Edge, Firefox, Safari etc. You’ll also need a hosting space which will be provided in this course.

Yes, WordPress is easy to learn. It is as easy as using a word processor like Microsoft Word. You can learn the fundamentals pretty quickly.

WordPress.com is the hosted version of WordPress and WordPress.org is the self-hosted version.

WordPress.com is a free web hosting service that allows anyone to run a website without worrying about security, technical stuff, or managing site. WordPress.com has many limitations also. Your site will include advertising by default, and you'll have to use a branded domain name like yourdomain.wordpress.com. Also, WordPress themes and plugins are very limited.

On the other had, the self-hosted version of WordPress is very powerful, customisable, and isn't limited in any way. You have full control and ownership of your website and you are free to use and customise your website in any way you want.

In our Web Design with WordPress course you’ll learn how to use the self-hosted version of WordPress.

WordPress developers are always in demand around the world and get good salaries which make WordPress development an attractive career path. WordPress developers create, update, and manage websites and web applications built with WordPress framework.

You can also work as a freelancer as a lot of small businesses don't have in-house expertise to develop their website, so they hire a freelancer.

This is a difficult questions to answer because salaries vary widely between companies and locations. Here is a list average WordPress salaries according to the some top career website in UK:

  • Reed.co.uk – £35,051 (source)
  • Indeed – £29,400 (source)
  • Glassdoor – £40,489 (source)
  • CW Jobs – £47,500 (source)

From those numbers the average salary is £38,110 for a full-time WordPress developers in the United Kingdom.

Many WordPress developers choose not to work as an employee of a company, but rather work as a freelancer. Freelance WordPress developers can earn hundreds of pounds for a few hours of work if they have the advance skills and expreince.

WordPress is very useful when building an eCommerce website, because there are plenty of themes and plugins suited to an online storefront and add complete eCommerce functionality to a site. For example, WooCommerce is a free WordPress plugin which is the world’s most popular open-source eCommerce solution.