- Choosing a domain
- Choosing a theme and plugins
- Managing media
- Defining a child theme
- Testing a child theme
- Building a custom site
- Creating multiple environments
- Syncing content
- Testing and publishing the client site
- Automated testing
- Static site generators for WordPress
Skill Level Advanced
- If you've taken any of our WordPress courses, you'll know you get value in the skills you acquire. But you may be wondering how to put all of those skills into a cohesive workflow to build out your projects for you or your clients. When you're starting a WordPress project, whether it's a personal blog or a complex client site, there are several components you need to manage. From hosting in a domain to your development tools, we'll look at four key areas of working with WordPress. Creating a WordPress site, building a child theme, developing a client site, and advanced tools. And we'll go over what you should know and how you should approach each project. And how you can learn more. Hi, I'm Joe Casabona. I'm a front end developer and WordPress educator. So join me in my LinkedIn learning course covering the many WordPress Workflows.
1. Building Your First WordPress Site
2. Building Your First Child Theme
3. Developing a Site for a Client
4. Advanced Build Tools and Workflows
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