January 10, 2022 — List View helps you navigate between layers of content and nested blocks. When you want to select and arrange blocks in Post and Page Editor, or even in Appearance > Editor, see what the List View can do.
January 10, 2022 — After you’ve selected a theme, you’ll want to create your own unique look to your site. In Block Themes, you can customize the Styles to reflect your preferred typography, colors, and more for your entire site, or to override just a few blocks.
December 12, 2021 — Join the WordPress Training team in this talk to learn about upcoming changes to Learn WordPress. Find out how your support can make an impact.
October 3, 2021 — Lesson plans on Learn.WordPress.org are available for Meetups, educators, and trainers to present the material. This video will demonstrate how a lesson plan goes from idea to published on Learn.WordPress.org
July 22, 2021 — Through contributing to Learn WordPress, you can help give those new or already using WordPress a roadmap for their learning journey.
Learn WordPress connects multiple WordPress Make teams, business owners, professionals, and individual users with ways to navigate their journey through WordPress the software and WordPress, the open-source project.
Join us if you would like to take part in planning the content that will helps others take the next step in learning about the WordPress platform and its community. Learn WordPress contributors come from a variety of backgrounds. We are content creators, project managers, technical writers, designers, developers, trainers, and teachers.
March 22, 2021 — In this video, Community and Training contributors discuss how Learn WordPress can help Meetup organizers. The video also talks about how Meetup and WordCamp organizers can contribute to the Learn WordPress initiative.
December 17, 2015 — Getting the graphics and content into your website are just the beginning. There are a lot of other things to set up and configure for your site to really get found and work as it should. Get an overview of what else you need to do: *Accessibility *Measuring your traffic *What is schema code or rich snippets? Why and how can you implement it? *Determining how links to your site look and work when previewed on social media sites *Does your site look good on mobile? Do your links help your mobile visitors? *Performance, Speed, Backup, & Security
November 21, 2015 — If you are a more visual thinker, building your own theme without needing to first know how to code can really make all the difference.
Get a preview of the Headway theme. Headway is among the original WordPress Drag & Drop theme frameworks and has a solid code base behind it. Headway will allow you to build your site how you envision it without a bloated code base or load time.
If you still love to dive in from a code based approach, Headway works with that as well. Take a quick peak at Headway Hooks and Child Themes.