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WordPress All-In-One For Dummies…Ready to Ship

We are excited to announce that WordPress All-In-One For Dummies is on it’s way to Amazon! If you’ve pre-ordered your copy, you should have already received a notice about delivery time.

If you haven’t pre-ordered, you still can. Or, you can get the Kindle version right now.

In addition to the straightforward instructions and ease of understanding that the “dummies” series is famous for, this particular book is very close to our hearts.

Some of the authors are Lisa Sabin Wilson, one of our close colleagues and joint venture partners, Kevin Palmer, Andrea Rennick, and Michael Torbert …and our very own Cory Miller!

WP All-in-One for Dummies

It’s called “All-in-One” because it’s really like getting 8 books in 1:

  • WordPress Basics
  • Setting Up the WordPress Software
  • Exploring the WordPress Dashboard
  • Publishing Your Site with WordPress
  • Examining SEO and Social Media
  • Customizing the Look of Your Site
  • Using and Developing Plugins
  • Running Multiple Sites with WordPress

But it goes beyond the basics. You’ll also learn…

  • How to get a domain name and hosting account
  • Advice on backing up andrestoring WordPress
  • Help managing multiple authors
  • Blog-writing tips
  • How to use the Dashboard as a hub for analytics
  • All the options for customizing your site
  • What to do with template tags and theme frameworks
  • Directions for developing plugins

You can get your copy at Amazon!

Let us know what you think of it!

Comments

  1. Hi,

    I purchased the Kindle version of “WordPress All-in-One For Dummies” and it is a very good book.

    However, the Kindle version does not include the index. I am using the Kindle for Mac software and bought the Kindle version so I can easily refer to it while working with WordPress. The search capability does not replace the index. It searches for strings not words. Enter “form” and one gets all entries for words beginning with the four letters “form”

    This is clearly an Amazon problem, but, it limits the usefulness of the book as a reference work, which is why I bought it and specifically why I bought the electronic version.

    You guys did well, it is Amazon that is messing up. But it does limit the effectiveness of YOUR book.

    • Hi Jake,
      Thanks so much for letting us know. We’ll let Lisa Sabin Wilson know so she can discuss it with the publisher and Amazon to see if there is a solution.

      Glad you are finding the book valuable!

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