Simply put, WordPress is a Web-software you can use to create a website or blog. Since it was first released in 2003, WordPress has become one of the most popular web-publishing platforms.And to this day it powers more than 70 million websites around the world. But what many people realize is that WordPress is simply not just a blogging tool highly flexible content management system. It enables to build and manage your own full feature website using just your web browser. Best of all, it’s completely free. That’s’ because WordPress is an open-source project; which means that hundreds of volunteers all around the world are constantly creating and improving the code from the WordPress software and there are thousands of plug-ins, widgets and themes that enable you to build a completely custom website for just about anything you can imagine.

How does it work?

Since early days of internet, websites have been created in HTML, a programming language that utilizes complex instructions called tags to format text, page layouts, images and so on. Your web browser then reads this HTML code interpreting those tags to render and display the content of a particular page. These days you can install the WordPress software script on your own web server in about five minutes. And once installed, it enables you to use simple web-based editor to create WebPages without having to learn HTML. There’s even a hosted version at WordPress.com that allows you to create a new WordPress power website in just a few seconds. And because it’s built on an Industry standard PHP and My SQL, WordPress can run on just about any modern web server. There are several reasons WordPress is used for building blogs or business website.


  • First of all its an open source, which also means that its free and with hundreds of people working on it all over the world, WordPress is constantly evolving and improving
  • It is also user-friendly. Rather than having to hire a Web-designer or contact a Web-master every time you want to make a small change to your website, you can easily manage and update your own content, all without having HTML. In fact, if you know how to use basic formatting tools in program like Microsoft- Word, you can easily edit by yourself.
  • It is flexible and extensible. There are literally thousands of plug-ins and themes both commercially and free that enables you to change the entire look of your website or even add new features like polls or contact forms with just a few clicks.
  • If you run into problems or if you want to add some highly customized features, it’s easy to find support or hire someone to help you. In addition to tutorials online, you can find also find hundreds of developers and designers who can help 
  • WordPress is also standard-compliance oriented. It includes everything you need to ensure that your content is optimized for search engines which are critical to your website visibility and online success. In short, WordPress is made to do SEO well.
  • Lastly; you‘ll be in control of your own content. Unlike, some other publishing platforms that limits on what you can and can’t do on your own website, you are locked into that service; and if, should it ever shut down, your content could simply disappear. With WordPress you can simply import your data from other systems like blogger or tumbler and can also easily export your data to move away from WordPress should you choose. You are control of your site and your context.

Therefore, if you are looking for an easy tool that will help you to build your own blog or website without having to learn complex HTML, no other systems makes it this easy. And you will find that WordPress is incredibly flexible with thousands of themes, plug-ins and support options to ensure that your website will contribute to grow with you in the future. At Experts training, we teach WordPress from the basics until you become a professional yourself to design your own Customized website.

Pre Requirements:

  • PHP programming
  • HTML CSS Web Development


A.  WordPress Basics

1.   WordPress Table of Content

  • Exploring basic WordPress concept
  • Introducing the world of Blogging
  • Understanding Blogging Technologies
  • Using WordPress as a ‘Content Management System’

2.   Setting Up the WordPress Software

  • Installing WordPress

3.   Exploring WordPress Dashboard

  • Exploring Tools and Settings
  • Posts
  • Pages
  • Appearance
  • Plugins
  • Users
  • Tools

4.   Managing Users

  • Understanding User Roles and Capabilities
  • Allowing New User Registration
  • Adding New Users
  • Editing User Details

5.   Writing Your First Post

  •  Composing Blog Post
  • Refining Post Options
  • Creating Own Workspace for Writing
  • Difference between Posts and Page
  • Uploading and Displaying Photos and Galleries

B.  Customization

1.Working with themes and Plugins

  • Installing themes
  • Customizing themes
  • Installing and setting plugins

2. Creating Custom Plugins

  • Installing themes
  • Customizing themes

3. Creating Custom Templates

  • Creating custom Template

C.   Creating Custom Theme

1.   Creating Categories and Tags

  • Building Categories
  • Changing the name of a category
  • Creating new categories
  • Creating and editing tags

2.   Working with custom Fields

  •  Understanding Custom Fields
  • Adding Custom Fields to Template File
  • Exploring Different Uses for Custom Fields

D.  Creating Network of sites (Multisite feature)

1.   Running Multiple Sites with WordPress

  • Introduction to Multiple Sites
  • Setting Up and Configuring Network Features
  • Becoming a Network Admin
  • Management of Users and Access Control
  • Using Network Plugins and Themes

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