How to Use WordPress | WordPress Tutorial for Beginners [2018]

In this video, we’ll show you how to use WordPress in 2018. We’ll provide you with an introduction and help get you familiar with the fundamentals you need to know.

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This WordPress tutorial for beginners, will cover what WordPress is, how you are able to use it, the process of installing WordPress, as well as the practical aspects of creating and managing content.

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In our how to use WordPress tutorial, we’ll cover:
00:00 | Introduction
01:30 | What is WordPress?
03:23 | How to install WordPress
13:00 | Overview of the WordPress dashboard
17:10 | Understanding the WordPress settings
22:52 | How to create and manage users in WordPress
26:34 | How to amend the appearance of a WordPress website or blog
29:00 | How to add additional functionality, and
30:07 | How to create and manage content in WordPress
44:56 | Summary & resources

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9 Responses

  1. Alan Wainwright

    Just signed up to WordPress. My layout looks quite different. Is this an old version in the video? Eg. My 'Settings' only has – General, Writing, Discussion and Traffic options.

  2. Joanne O'Reilly

    You saved me $$ and time – because of you I am launching my business early – you gave me the confidence to stumble around WordPress and make it happen – thank you.