WordPress isn’t just the next best thing. It is a platform that now covers more than 30% of worldwide websites. So secure and reliable that even the White House uses it! So, it’s only natural that you want to dig deep and learn all there is to it. From development to programming to maintaining websites, these WordPress courses are here to help you learn and improve your skills. What’s good about them is that you can learn in your time and at your own pace.
Maybe you didn’t know about this, but Lynda too has a good amount of WordPress courses. Divided into eight different categories, you can choose from wide range of 86 Courses and 2210 Video Tutorials about WordPress. And, not just for the beginners. Lynda offers you to learn building themes from scratch, WordPress REST API, action and filter hooks and more!
Just sign up for a free month, explore the categories and start mastering your WordPress knowledge!
OSTraining offers various WordPress courses, both from beginners to advanced levels. They have three types of learning methods:
- Video Club for $7 per month
- Book Club for $4 per month
- Everything Club for $10 per month
In case you’re interested, you can choose from quite a few WordPress classes. OSTraining covers everything from The beginner’s guide to Installation to SEO, Theme Development, website safety and more.
As stated on their website, „An entry-level salary for the technologies covered in this track is about $36,000 / yr on average“. If you’re looking to learn all about WordPress development, then this is a course for you. 27 hours of detailed information will guide you through beginners process all the way to the integration of your code to create custom web apps. From PHP to every stage of theme development process to customization and plugin development, you’ll learn in this course. The price is subscription-based and starts at $25 a month, but… There is a seven days trial option, just in case you’re not quite convinced whether to start or not. Who knows, you may get to develop great looking premium quality themes just like ours 🙂
One of the most popular learning platforms has the wide offer of WordPress courses. Whether you want to learn The Complete WordPress Website Business Course, SEO, WordPress Complete Web Design, you’ll find on Udemy.
Some of them are free and some of them you need to buy. But, do not get worried about the high prices! Most often Udemy offers new student discounts, and you can enroll for only a fraction of the cost! Just make yourself a learning plan and choose a course.
If you’re new to WordPress, you might want to start with these WordPress courses. WP101 is one of the most popular WP-related tutorial platforms for learning. Within it, you can find easy video-based WordPress tutorials to master your knowledge. Everything from WordPress basics, to WooCommerce, to Yoast and Jetpack complete guides and more, you can find here. Choose individual topics or buy All-Access Pass for a lower price and enjoy at your own pace. Furthermore, by enrolling the course or subscription, you’ll have access to their forum, where you can ask questions and further develop your WP-related skills.
Something different from the previously stated examples, but equally valuable and useful WordPress.tv is a place where you can find ALL the WP-related lectures from worldwide WordCamps. That means hundreds and hundreds of free video materials, covering all sorts of topics. Blogging, content marketing, web development and design, programming, project management, you name it! And, in case it’s not enough – you don’t have to pay for anything! Sharing is caring policy; all the materials are free 🙂
If you’re looking for beginner’s tips and tricks for WordPress Development, then WPShout is a place for you. It starts as a free word type of course, has plenty of useful advice and then upgrades with the follow up course for intermediate and advanced users. Free version is divided into five sections and, once you finish them, you can choose to take the premium Up and Running course, if you choose to.
Hope this list helps you find new skills or improve the ones you have. Have any more WordPress courses to recommend or discuss? Leave a comment below and let’s chat some more!
Originally published May 01 2018, updated May 05 2018