Presented by Linda Lee, web designer and founder of WordPress Bootcamp. This is a class co-sponsored by MI and San Francisco Writers Conference/San Francisco Writers Foundation.
Assistant for this class will be, Mary Knippel, blogger and editor.
We will be covering:
- The basics of using a WordPress built website.
- Logging In
- The Dashboard
- Themes and Menus
- How to write and publish a blog post
- Adding tags or keywords and categories
- How to correctly title your blog posts and the search engine optimization basics.
- Working with Images, sizes, and how to find copyright free images
Each attendee will be given a WordPress test site, set up with plugins and ready to use, so the class will be able to learn at the same pace. You will have access to your WordPress test site for 90 days after class to continue to practice or refresh what you will learn.
Bring your laptop for maximum enjoyment. Tablets or IPads are not ideal. If you need to borrow a laptop from the Library please contact Taryn Edwards when you make your reservation. [email protected], 415.393.0103.
Linda Lee, Web Designer, WordPress Expert & Educator
Linda Lee is online expert with 10 years experience with WordPress. She is a writer, speaker, educator, and website designer who demystifies the online experience. Whether you are a novice or veteran Internet user, Linda can help you optimize and monetize your website. She specializes in WordPress design, WordPress Websites, instruction, and problem shooting. She has built over 250 websites for clients on the WordPress platform. Linda is the founder of WordPress Bootcamp, Smart Women Stupid Computers and Askmepc-Webdesign . She offers remote training domestically and internationally. Linda has been the Volunteer Director for the San Francisco Writers conference since 2007.
For each class, we reserve the right to cancel at any time and issue a full refund. If you are unable to attend your class, please email [email protected] at least 10 days prior to the class to receive a full refund. All fees must be paid at the time of registration.