WordPress is the most popular website software, behind over 25% the websites on the Internet.
YouTube is a great place to start if you’re looking for tutorials and overviews, and Google allows for a more detailed search.
Entering either “WordPress” or “WP” followed by a space will provide lots of suggestions for either search.
Here are some of our favorite sites:
- WordPress.org – this is the source of WordPress.
- WordPress.com – this is a privately owned commercial site that offers WordPress hosting. However, the owner of WordPress.com wrote the original code for WordPress, and has a lot of influence on the subsequent development of the free version.
- CodeInWP.com ~ this is a hub for WordPress freelancers, bloggers & creators. Their stated goal is to “provide easy-to-digest content that helps understand various aspects” of WordPress.
- WPBeginner.com ~ I follow this site on Twitter. Their claim is “…the largest free WordPress resource site for beginners.”
- WPLeaders.com ~ This is only a blog, mostly of product reviews. The entry that caught my attention is the Top 100+ WordPress Influencers To Follow In 2019
- WPLearningLab.com ~ The link goes to the blog…
- WPLift.com ~ Another site that teaches WP. It shows up on my Twitter feed. Reviews themes and plugins.
- WPShout.com ~ a website about WordPress development.
- WPTavern.com ~ Here is another site that I follow on Twitter.
- WinningWP.com ~ I subscribe to their newsletter. A GREAT resource for keeping up!
Here are some of our favorite YouTube videos:
- A Google Search yields a long list of tutorials for SEO within WordPress (Search Engine Optimization )!
- And if you’re getting hooked on learning more, from Entrepreneur.com: 12 Sites That Will Teach You Coding at a Low Cost, Even Free
PS: I am a huge fan of Tampa Bay WordPress and their Youtube Channel! I discovered Tampa Bay WordPress through Meetup.com searching for “WordPress within 25 miles of my zip code” ~ you should look for a meetup group near you!