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100 Beginner WordPress Tips (See How Tips 1)

Posted on September 10, 2013 by Blog Design Journal

WordPress makes it easy to manage your website, but how easily are you managing WordPress?

My name is George Plumley. I’m the author of WordPress 24HR Trainer and for six years I’ve been helping clients and students to learn WordPress.

I’ve found that most people take to WordPress right away, yet there are lots of tricks, little-known functions, and workarounds that will help you save time, and avoid costly mistakes. And, it can take a long time to figure out these better ways of doing things, if ever.

Now, I’ve pulled together the tips I use every day when working on sites, then added detailed screenshots and organized them in an easy-to-use format (try the unique navigation system using the LOOK INSIDE feature above).

For example, did you know:

  • You can completely control how your WordPress admin screen looks
  • Your choice of username matters to security
  • You can apply the same change to hundreds of Posts or Pages at one time
  • There are a number of default settings you should change right after installing WordPress

The result? You’ll be mastering WordPress in no time!

BTW, for those who find the WordPress Text Editor a bit confusing (I still struggle with it sometimes), there’s an entire section on Writing with WordPress!

The tips are all about WordPress straight out of the box, so it doesn’t matter which Theme you have or what Plugins you’re using. And while it’s aimed at self-hosted WordPress installations, most of the tips also apply to blogging at WordPress.com.

Oh, and these tips cover the very latest version of WordPress – 3.6!

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2 to “100 Beginner WordPress Tips (See How Tips 1)”

  1. Jools says:

    Beautiful, Creative, Engaging by all measures: design, content and language. Bravo. The cover does not do its content justice.The book is very creatively designed so you navigate within the content according to your needs. On every page the reader has access to two tabs in addition to an index search function. That is what I call user-friendly! There is no time wasted searching for a related topic you need to immediately implement that new skill or tip. This is by far the best designed ebook I have encountered in recent times.And did I mention it is also beautiful to read? Heavily illustrated, it is truly an actionable guide with plenty of resources from Mr. Plumley’s vast knowledge in the matter: pitfalls to avoid, shortcuts to make your life easier, and ways to make your site more secure.The content is extensive, didactic and very well organized. This book indicates to me that Mr. Plumley must also be a great teacher, consultant or troubleshooter. I highly recommend this ebook. Cristina Piva, editor, Continental Shelf Publishing.

  2. R. M. Smith "Quality, Value, Community!" says:

    Incredibly well written. Tons of useful information! If you have been wishing for a WORDPRESS manual, this is your lucky day. The author has packed this book with over 600 pages of useful information. Whether blogging or setting up a website, WP is the easiest way to go. Even folks with no developmental skills can create a working, gorgeous website using WordPress.Every aspect is covered in classic textbook manner. This is definitely one to own. The information is valuable, and up-to-date.

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