The WordPress Bible is the guide you need for all levels of skill and expertise in WordPress. If you’re just beginning, I give you tricks and tips on how to make use of the WordPress administrative interface, how to install and configure plugins, themes and widgets.
If you’re a theme developer, I give you insight into the variety of template tags, theme hooks and best practices for building a theme that will wow your readers.
For plugin developers, the many APIs and classes that WordPress has to offer are at your fingertips.
The most popular open source Content Management System on the internet!
As of late 2014, WordPress powers over 20% of the internet. Put another way, one out of every five websites you visit on the internet is likely built using WordPress in one way or another. As of this update, WordPress 4.1 1 has been downloaded over 14.1 million times.
There’s a reason why this book was written for you. Don’t get left behind.
(And if you catch me out and about and own the book, I’ll gladly sign it for you!)
- The WordPress Bible was last revised for WordPress 3.1, but almost everything in it still applies ↩