TOC


Online tutorials

 


Codex / Handbooks

Installing A Local Server

When teaching a class, getting students up and running on local WordPress installs is often a preferred. Students will not need to rely on a hosting account and an Internet connection. There are different ways, you can run a local server environment.

The Codex has a guide Installing A Local Server to help with this.

You can use virtual machines, too. Try this guide: Setting Up Your Machine

 


Books

Digging into WordPress 

Bookcover of Digging into WordPress ebook

Over 400 Pages of Practical Information
There is much to learn about the World’s most popular publishing platform. From your first steps of learning about WordPress all the way through securing, customizing, and maintaining your site into the future, this book is packed with truly practical information.

Professional WordPress: Design and Development

 

prowpseconded

Brad Williams, David Damstra, Hal Stern

The highly praised resource returns with updated content, examples, and code downloads. Packed with real-world examples, and written by developers for developers, this esteemed resource replaces some of the more basic material with more advanced content. Every single chapter has been reworked to provide the most current and proper methods for developing and designing in WordPress. Coverage of HTML5, CSS3, and JavaScript and new chapters on custom post types, custom taxonomies, Multisite, and extensions of themes bring the content of this book completely up-to-date and provides you with all you need to deploy successful WordPress sites.

WROX | 2013

 

E-Courses

WP Apprentice.com