Welcome to the WordPress beginners guide on WPism.
We bring you a list of several WordPress beginners tutorials to form a complete WordPress beginners course. Follow through these tutorials under different topics and categories to become a WordPress power user.
WordPress.org or simply WordPress refers to the web software WordPress – an open source content management system. WordPress.com is a commercial platform and provides you with a managed version of the WordPress software. You can learn more about the differences between WordPress.org and WordPress.com here.
All the tutorials listed below are for the self-hosted version of the WordPress (WordPress.org).
WordPress Video Tutorials
Watch this complete video tutorial series covering the following topics.
- What is WordPress?
- WordPress.org VS WordPress.com
- Introduction to the WordPress Dashboard
- WordPress Posts VS Pages
- Introduction to WordPress Editor
- Creating a WordPress Post
- How to Edit WordPress Post?
- How to Create and Edit WordPress Page?
- Introduction to WordPress Categories and Tags
- Adding Images in WordPress Posts
- How to Add Videos in WordPress Posts?
- Introduction to WordPress Post Formats
- Creating Navigation Menu
- Managing Comments
- Using Media Library
- Creating Links in Post Content
- Changing WordPress Themes
- Adding and Setting Up Widgets
- How To Install a WordPress Plugins
- User Management in WordPress
- Updating WordPress to the New Version
- Import and Export Feature in WordPress
- Beginner’s Guide to Installing WordPress
- How to Install WordPress in 1 click?
- Installing WordPress in Five Minutes [Video]
- Five WordPress video to Help you Install WordPress in Five Minutes
- Finding and Installing Themes from WordPress Repository
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