WordPress For Dummies

 
 
For Dummies (Verlag)
  • 8. Auflage
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  • erschienen am 14. Juli 2017
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  • 432 Seiten
 
E-Book | PDF mit Adobe DRM | Systemvoraussetzungen
978-1-119-32775-2 (ISBN)
 
The bestselling guide to WordPress--fully updated
Updated to capture all the changes expected to come with the latest release of WordPress, the brand-new edition of this bestselling guide gives you an all-access pass to using this powerful publishing platform to get your very own blog or website up and running--in no time. In WordPress For Dummies, you'll find out how to choose and customize a theme, pick the perfect web host, manage multiple websites with multiple authors, and tons more.
Due in large part to its state-of-the-art features, WordPress has become the go-to platform for website owners and bloggers who want to be noticed. Whether you're new to the web/blogging community or want to maximize your site, this hands-on guide is packed with everything you need to navigate the wonderful world of WordPress--and ensure the fruit of your labors gets the attention and traffic it deserves.
* Get set up with a new WordPress.org account
* Leverage the power of WordPress as a CMS tool
* Forget one website--manage as many as you want
* Optimize aesthetics, web standards, and usability
Not a WordPress guru? No worries! Everything you need to become a pro is a page--and a click--away!
8. Auflage
  • Englisch
  • Newark
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  • USA
John Wiley & Sons Inc
  • Überarbeitete Ausgabe
  • 21,68 MB
978-1-119-32775-2 (9781119327752)
111932775X (111932775X)
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Lisa Sabin-Wilson is co-founder of WebDevStudios (https://webdevstudios.com), one of the largest WordPress design and development agencies in the world. Lisa is a regular public speaker at national events on topics such as WordPress, development, design, CSS, and social media. You can connect with Lisa on Twitter @LisaSabinWilson.
  • Title Page
  • Copyright Page
  • Table of Contents
  • Foreword
  • Introduction
  • About This Book
  • Foolish Assumptions
  • Icons Used in This Book
  • Beyond the Book
  • Where to Go from Here
  • Part 1 Introducing WordPress
  • Chapter 1 What WordPress Can Do for You
  • Discovering the Benefits of WordPress
  • Getting set up the fast and easy way
  • Extending WordPress's capabilities
  • Taking part in the community
  • Choosing a WordPress Platform
  • Choosing the hosted version from WordPress.com
  • Self-hosting with WordPress.org
  • Chapter 2 WordPress Basics
  • Shining the Spotlight on WordPress
  • Dipping Into WordPress Technologies
  • Archiving your publishing history
  • Interacting with your readers through comments
  • Feeding your readers
  • Tracking back
  • Dealing with comment and trackback spam
  • Using WordPress as a Content Management System
  • Exploring the differences between a website and a blog
  • Viewing examples of blogs and websites
  • Moving On to the Business of Publishing
  • Part 2 Setting Up WordPress
  • Chapter 3 Setting Up Blogging Base Camp
  • Establishing Your Domain
  • Understanding domain name extensions
  • Considering the cost of a domain name
  • Registering your domain name
  • Finding a Home for Your Website
  • Getting help with hosting WordPress
  • Dealing with disk space and bandwidth
  • Understanding Secure File Transfer Concepts
  • Setting up SFTP on your hosting account
  • Connecting to the web server via SFTP
  • Transferring files from point A to point B
  • Editing files via SFTP
  • Changing file permissions
  • Installing WordPress
  • Exploring Preinstalled WordPress
  • Installing WordPress manually
  • Setting up the MySQL database
  • Uploading the WordPress files
  • Last step: Running the installation script
  • Chapter 4 Understanding the WordPress.org Dashboard
  • Logging In to the Dashboard
  • Navigating the Dashboard
  • Welcome to WordPress!
  • At a Glance
  • Activity
  • Quick Draft
  • WordPress News
  • Arranging the Dashboard to Your Tastes
  • Finding Inline Documentation and Help
  • Setting Options in the Dashboard
  • Configuring the Settings
  • General
  • Writing
  • Reading
  • Discussion
  • Media
  • Permalinks
  • Creating Your Personal Profile
  • Setting Your Site's Format
  • Posts
  • Media
  • Pages
  • Comments
  • Appearance
  • Plugins
  • Users
  • Tools
  • Chapter 5 Establishing Your Publishing Routine
  • Staying on Topic with Categories
  • Changing the name of a category
  • Creating new categories and deleting others
  • Examining a Post's Address: Permalinks
  • Making your post links pretty
  • Customizing your permalinks
  • Making sure that your permalinks work with your server
  • Discovering the Many WordPress RSS Options
  • Writing Your First Entry
  • Composing your blog post
  • Dressing up your posts with images, video, and audio
  • Refining your post options
  • Publishing your post
  • Editing your post
  • Look Who's Talking on Your Site
  • Managing comments and trackbacks
  • Moderating comments and trackbacks
  • Tackling spam with Akismet
  • Part 3 Flexing and Extending WordPress
  • Chapter 6 Media Management: Images, Audio, and Video
  • Inserting Images into Your Content
  • Aligning your images
  • Inserting a photo gallery
  • Inserting Video Files into Your Posts
  • Inserting Audio Files into Your Posts
  • Keeping Media Files Organized
  • Chapter 7 Making the Most of WordPress Plugins
  • Finding Out What Plugins Are
  • Extending WordPress with plugins
  • Distinguishing between plugins and themes
  • Exploring the Plugins Page
  • Identifying Core Plugins
  • Incorporating Akismet
  • Saying Hello Dolly
  • Discovering the one-click plugin update
  • Using Plugins: Just the Basics
  • Installing Plugins Manually
  • Finding and downloading the files
  • Reading the instructions
  • Uploading and Activating Plugins
  • Uploading a new plugin
  • Activating a plugin
  • Setting Plugin Options
  • Uninstalling Plugins
  • Understanding the Open-Source Environment
  • Finding Plugins Outside the Plugins Page on the WordPress.org Website
  • Comparing Free and Commercial Plugins
  • Chapter 8 Finding and Installing WordPress Themes
  • Getting Started with Free Themes
  • Finding free themes
  • Avoiding unsafe themes
  • Previewing themes in the Theme Directory
  • Installing a Theme
  • Browsing the free themes
  • Previewing and activating a theme
  • Exploring Premium Theme Options
  • Examining the Default Theme: Twenty Seventeen
  • Exploring the layout and structure
  • Customizing the header media
  • Customizing the colors
  • Including custom navigation menus
  • Enhancing Your Theme with Widgets
  • Adding widgets to your sidebar
  • Using the Text widget
  • Using the RSS widget
  • Part 4 Customizing WordPress
  • Chapter 9 Understanding Themes and Templates
  • Using WordPress Themes: The Basics
  • Understanding theme structure
  • Connecting templates
  • Contemplating the Structure of a WordPress Website
  • Examining the Anatomy of a Template Tag
  • Getting Familiar with the Four Main Templates
  • The Header template
  • The Main Index template
  • The Sidebar template
  • The Footer template
  • Other templates
  • Putting a Theme Together
  • Connecting the templates
  • Using additional stylesheets
  • Customizing Your Posts with Template Tags
  • Using Tags with Parameters for Sidebars
  • The calendar
  • List pages
  • Post archives
  • Categories
  • Getting widgetized
  • Chapter 10 Tweaking WordPress Themes
  • Styling with CSS: The Basics
  • CSS selectors
  • Classes and IDs
  • CSS properties and values
  • Changing the Background Graphics with CSS
  • Uploading an image for background use
  • Positioning, repeating, and attaching images
  • Using Your Own Header Image
  • Customizing Colors in Twenty Seventeen
  • Creating Custom Navigation Menus
  • Adding the Custom Menu feature to your theme
  • Building custom navigation menus
  • Displaying custom menus with widgets
  • Changing Font Family, Color, and Size
  • Changing font color
  • Changing font size
  • Adding borders
  • Understanding Basic HTML Techniques
  • Inserting images
  • Inserting hyperlinks
  • Inserting lists
  • Chapter 11 Understanding Parent and Child Themes
  • Customizing Theme Style with Child Themes
  • Loading a parent theme's style
  • Customizing the parent theme's styling
  • Using images in child theme designs
  • Modifying Theme Structure with Child Themes
  • Overriding parent template files
  • Adding new template files
  • Removing template files
  • Modifying the functions.php file
  • Preparing a Parent Theme
  • Chapter 12 WordPress As a Content Management System
  • Creating Different Page Views Using WordPress Templates
  • Uploading the template
  • Assigning the template to a static page
  • Creating a Template for Each Post Category
  • Using Sidebar Templates
  • Creating Custom Styles for Sticky, Category, and Tag Posts
  • Working with Custom Post Types
  • Adding Support for Post Formats
  • Adding post formats to a theme
  • Using template tags for post formats
  • Adding Support for Post Thumbnails
  • Adding the post thumbnails to a theme
  • Adding custom image sizes for post thumbnails
  • Exploring the Custom Fields Interface
  • Adding Custom Fields to your template file
  • Entering the code in the template file
  • Getting WordPress to check for your Custom Field
  • Exploring different uses for Custom Fields
  • Optimizing Your WordPress Site
  • Planting keywords on your website
  • Optimizing your post titles for search engine success
  • Writing content with readers in mind
  • Creating categories that attract search engines
  • Using the tag for images
  • Chapter 13 Hosting Multiple Sites with WordPress
  • Deciding When to Use the Multisite Feature
  • Understanding the Difference between Sites and Blogs
  • Considering Web-Hosting Services
  • Enabling the WordPress Network Feature
  • DNS
  • Apache mod_rewrite
  • Virtual host
  • PHP
  • Installing the Network on Your Site
  • Exploring the Network Admin Dashboard Menu
  • Managing Your Network
  • Settings
  • Sites
  • Users
  • Themes
  • Plugins
  • Updates
  • Stopping Spam Signups and Splogs
  • Diverting sploggers with settings and code
  • Preventing spam with plugins
  • Chapter 14 Upgrading, Backing Up, and Migrating
  • Getting Notified of an Available Upgrade
  • Backing Up Your Database
  • Upgrading WordPress Automatically
  • Upgrading WordPress Manually
  • Migrating Your Existing Site to WordPress
  • Movin' on up
  • Preparing for the big move
  • Converting templates
  • Moving your website to WordPress
  • Importing from Blogger
  • Importing from LiveJournal
  • Importing from Movable Type and TypePad
  • Importing from Tumblr
  • Importing from WordPress
  • Importing from an RSS feed
  • Finding other import resources
  • Moving Your Website to a Different Host
  • Creating a backup and moving manually
  • Using a plugin to back up and move to a new host
  • Part 5 The Part of Tens
  • Chapter 15 Ten Popular WordPress Plugins
  • AppPresser
  • Jetpack
  • Subscribe to Comments
  • Facebook
  • All in One SEO Pack
  • BackupBuddy
  • WP Super Cache
  • WooCommerce
  • Google XML Sitemaps
  • Sucuri Security
  • Chapter 16 Ten Free WordPress Themes
  • Hybrid Core
  • Hestia
  • Responsive
  • P2
  • Annotum Base
  • Blackbird
  • iTheme2
  • Esquire
  • Nisarg
  • Optics
  • Index
  • EULA

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