Andy McIlwain: Putting WordPress to Work in Under an Hour

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December 1, 2017

What can you do with WordPress if you aren’t a developer (or aren’t inclined to set up a development environment and get “into the weeds”)?
Quite a bit, actually!
This session walks through my standard flow for getting a new WordPress site up and running. I’ll walk through each step: domain registration, WordPress installation, installing a theme & plugins, even connecting to Google Search Console and Google Tag Manager.
We won’t touch any code along the way. (I promise!)
If you’re new to WordPress, this is a crash-course walkthrough that’ll give you an idea of how quickly a site can be built.
If you’re an experienced WordPress user and want to start building sites for others, this is a good opportunity to see how you can get a foundation in place for a client without breaking a sweat.
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WordCamp Rochester 2017 18

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Andy McIlwain 5

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Create Website 1
WordPress installation 1

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English 6587

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