WordPress is a free and open-source content management system based on PHP and MySQL; it features a plugin architecture and template system that’s most associated with blogging. WordPress works with other functionality like commerce and portfolio websites. These blog posts are focused on self-hosted WordPress (WordPress.org), but some of the tutorials are also applicable to WordPress.com users. As a WordPress developer, these posts aim to provide you with concrete solutions to become a better WordPress user.

  • WordPress dashboard refers to the backend of the site when you log in. In this section, you can find tutorials on WordPress Menus, Widgets, Settings, Comments, Tags, and Categories.
  • WordPress hosting includes recommendations and tutorials for optimizing your hosting experience and improving your website.
  • WordPress plugins are bits of software that can be uploaded to extend the functionality of your WordPress website. While there are thousands of WordPress plugins, these posts focus only on plugins that I recommend and actively use with my clients.
  • WordPress transfers include a variety of tutorial posts to help you transfer your website to self-hosted WordPress. These posts also include domain name transfers and hosting transfers.
WordPress Tutorials for Beginners, Developers, and Bloggers

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