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Ways to Enhance Your WordPress Development Skills

WordPress is a constantly changing software that of course has a bright scope and will grow exponentially in the coming years. Since WordPress is growing day by day, it becomes quite essential for a WordPress development company to grow along and get an edge over the competition. 464 more words

A WordPress Glossary

Here is a quick reference to common terms, phrases and features commonly found in WordPress sites.

Basic Template Files style.css Style sheet file index.php Home Page file single.php Single post page file archive.php Archive or Category file searchform.php Search form file search.php Search content file 404.php Error page file comments.php Comments template file footer.php Footer content file header.php Header content file sidebar.php Sidebar content file page.php Single page file … 549 more words


PHP Training in Indore on live Projects- IT Training Indore

Students getting PHP training from the basics, through cutting edge topics, and on to certification Each course offers real-life examples and interactivity to provide a durable, and hands-on php training experience, to improving your skills and add new development practices.

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Wordpress Tutorial For beginners | How To Make A Website With WordPress Step By Step Video Training

Watch video tutorial on WordPress to become a WordPress developer!!

Join our WordPress training in Chennai and get 100% practical classes on developing WordPress websites.

WordPress Courses In Chennai

Building your own WordPress website

Why use WordPress?

WordPress is more than just a blogging platform.  Download and install on your own website, using your own domain name if you want, and use WordPress as a powerful CMS. 415 more words


A Quick User Guide to WordPress.Com

Check out this simple to follow set of instructions to set up your own WordPress blog:



Is WordPress.Com just what you need?

Why Choose the WordPress.com hosted service?

With WordPress.Com you have no access to the HTML of the <head> and <footer> sections of your page. You also have no access to the PHP files you would normally have access to on a self-hosted WordPress.org installation. 473 more words