Take the next with Intermediate WordPress Websites. After reviewing the system’s basic features, you will learn to use an online administrative area that makes creating and updating content as simple as composing an email. Your online visitors will be able to comment on your articles, fill out forms and applications, buy your products, and even make appointments.
While WordPress requires no coding, you will find out how to use simple HTML and CSS to customize a website’s appearance. You will take advantage of the dynamic features known as plugins, which add every imaginable function to your website. And you will explore how use plugins to turn a site into an ecommerce powerhouse and improve search engine page results.
To take this course, you should have at least some blog or website publishing experience and good computer skills. WordPress also requires a paid hosting account, but the class includes 90-days of completely free hosting with SiteGround, one of only four hosting companies that WordPress recommends.