Lisa Sabin-Wilson has been writing books on WordPress for 8 years now. From WordPress for Dummies to WordPress All-in-One and also WordPress Web Design For Dummies. With that, it should come as no surprise that the 6th edition of WordPress for Dummies is now available on Amazon! If you are just starting off in WordPress, or if you’re looking to expand your knowledge base, WordPress for Dummies 6th Edition will quickly help you become familiar with all the latest features and teach you how to incorporate everything into your WordPress powered website.
Written for the non-technical reader, WordPress for Dummies 6th edition provides a friendly, hands-on guide for anything and everything related to setting up your first WordPress powered website including:
- The differences between hosting your own WordPress site or launching a blog on WordPress.com
- Helpful information on the tools you’ll need along the way
- How to add and structure content for your site
- Crucial information on themes and plugins
- Tips on design and functionality
- Best-practices for managing your new WordPress site
Having sold over 105,000 copies of the previous editions, WordPress for Dummies is considered an industry-standard manual for anyone involved in WordPress. In fact, many seasoned developers have noted that they keep a copy of the current WordPress for Dummies book as a reference tool when they need to be able to communicate with their clients on a non-technical level.
Anyone new to WordPress will find this manual provides a solid starting place, rich with valuable information, to help you quickly gain the master art of WordPress. Those familiar with WordPress will appreciate the broad range of information presented in the book.
Make sure you grab your copy of WordPress For Dummies 6th Edition on Amazon and be sure to let us know how you like it!
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Hello, it’s not the most appropriate place to post this question but I give it a try? Startbox framework is still maintained?