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Publication Date: January 13, 2015
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The book provides you with some basic info to build your own wordpress based website. the author promised thatyou will have your own working website by the end of the book and he/she probably fulfilled that promise to mysatisfaction. The best part for me that there are was no coding required to get my website running. The book beginsby highlighting the advantages of wordpress. It then introduces you to all the wordpress lingo. The book providesall the required info to get things running from booking your domain Id to going live with your website. A nice quickguide to get your first website running in almost no time . Every topic is accompanied by actual screenshotsand that made the practical implementation a lot more easier.
I recently open an Online Store which is created on Wordpress but I'm facing many problems day by day. this book really helped me out. Many topics are very useful to those who are new or want to use Wordpress for their webpages
Not a bad book.Quick "Check-listy" overview with good "musts to avoid". Not a lot of real depth but it contains many links to where support may be found. At $1.00 certainly can't complain - but there are "up-sell" opportunities throughout the book for training videos etc. I don't think this book is necessary or sufficient for the task of a complete website design - But the links could lead you to stuff you'd not otherwise find.
WordPress is one of those things that always seemed so complicated. You had to find a domain (at a decent price) and learn the many functions. This fantastic book by Sera Windslow has turned this seemingly painstaking process, into a user friendly guide that anyone can understand. This book starts by explaining the process of purchasing a domain and how to link it to your wordpress site and has your site up in a matter of hours. This is definitely a must read for anyone new to wordpress and website building!
Now, if you are a beginner like me at coding or anything else pertaining to creating a web presence, this book is VERY informative and leads you right through some of the sticky stuff like when to start creating pages, dressing up your site with widgets, getting plug-ins and I could go on and on. If you're like me, read the book twice and on the second read start building. Relax, you're in good hands.
As an internet marketer you can never be too proficient at website building, and this book gives you a great introduction on how to do it without any technical knowledge. If you run a small business, or any online venture, pick this book up for a read.
A clear overview of the basic process and considerations in setting up a word press website. The length and level of detail is equivalent to something you would expect to receive as a site opt-in - well, perhaps a little more than that - but I did learn a couple of things I didn't know, even though I've already been through the process of setting up my own website. It is a great place for someone with no prior experience with Word Press to gain an understanding - which appears to have been the author's intent. A few minor typos, yes -spell check terrorism - but not egregious.
This book works but I have a hard time respecting something with so many typos. It should have been edited before she published it. It was worth the cost of the Kindle version.