Beginner WordPress Tutorials aim at helping people to learn basic web design and development skills using WordPress. When writing about any beginner level tutorial or article, my goal is that even a grade 5 kid should be able to understand what I am talking about. Playing games on computer is very attractive for kids but computer programming seems very boring to most of the kids. At the end of this course I would like to motivate them to create a simple website with their own design.
Since I started using WordPress in 2009 I have never looked at any other alternative for my websites. I have been actively involved in WordPress design and development and offer all sorts of WordPress related services including Wordpress web design, development, online shop development and website maintenance. If the tutorials on this website are too hard to implement or you want a professional to deal with your website issue I’ll be more than happy to help you. Please visit by website http://spartawebsolutions.com or contact me through this website.
WordPress is very easy to learn, even a kid can learn the basic usage in few hours. WordPress is opensource and is available at no cost. It’s backed by a huge community of expert developers who are keeping the WordPress up to the latest web standards. Updating a WordPress site is usually very easy.
There are two parts of a WordPress website front-end and back-end. Front-end is related to the site usability, look, and feel. A good and practical design makes the front-end attractive to the website visitors. What will be the outcome of a user’s action e.g. when a link is clicked you may see a popup window or a new page with structured text and images. This whole flow of a website is controlled by the back-end part of the code.