What you'll learn

  • Understand how websites work
  • Set up your domain and hosting and create your own portfolio website
  • Create professional business websitesBuild eCommerce websites for your clients where they can sell their products/services
  • Build eCommerce websites for your clients where they can sell their products/services
  • Create blogging websites
  • Get maintenance and bug fixing jobs for existing Wordpress websites

Requirements

  • Computer and an internet connection (This course cannot be learned on a mobile device because you will not be able to edit the Wordpress website efficiently)
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Instructor
Anik Hossain
Anik is a top rated freelancer on Upwork with over 8 years of experience and has successfully worked with more than 150 clients from 20 countries all over the world. He is experienced in Wordpress, Graphic Design, Front-End Web Development, Digital Marketing, and Video Editing. He is an E-learning manager and an online mentor in Coderstrust Global. Under his guidance, the Coderstrust students have obtained skills and secured jobs from Upwork and Fiverr with many earning over $500 per month.

Course Description

Are you a beginner who is looking forward to learning how to create websites without needing to code? Do you want to learn something easy, yet highly demanded in the digital freelance marketplace? Then this is the perfect course for you. We will guide you through the entire process: from how to install Wordpress and start creating basic websites to actually creating industry-standard websites for clients that will get you paid.

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Course Curriculum

7 Chapters · 72 Lessons · 10218 11694 9604 1155 1627 3155 0
  • Chapter 11: Create your own portfolio website

    • C11. 01 - Portfolio Website Overview

    • C11.02 - Choosing an appropriate Theme and Demo

    • C11.03 - Setting up the Demo

    • C11.04 - Header, Logo and Navigation

    • C11.05 - Top Banner - Part 1

    • C11.06 - Top Banner - Part 2

    • C11. 07 - About Me Section- Part 1

    • C11.08- About Me Section- Part 2

    • C11.09 - Skills Section

    • C11.10- Services Section

    • C11.11 - Portfolio Section - Part 1

    • C11.12 - Portfolio Section - Part 2

    • C11.13 -Testimonials Section

    • C11.14 - Contact Section - Part 1

    • C11.15 - Contact Section - Part 2

    • C11.16 - Footer

    • Chapter 11: Portfolio Website Assignment

    • Assignment Form (Don't Forget to Press Submit)

  • Chapter 12: Create a Corporate Website

    • C12.01 - Setting up Wordpress on a Domain and Hosting

    • C12.02 - Setting up the theme

    • C12.03 - Header, Logo and Navigation Menu

    • C12.04 - Slider - Part 1

    • C12.05 - Slider - Part 2

    • C12.06 - 2nd Section

    • C12.07 - 3rd Section

    • C12.08 - 4th Section - Part 1

    • C12.09 - 4th Section - Part 2

    • C12.10 - 5th Section - Part 1

    • C12.11 - 5th Section - Part 2

    • C12.12 - 6th Section

    • C12.13 - Footer - Part 1

    • C12.14 - Footer - Part 2

    • C12.15 - Fixing the Slider - Part 1

    • C12.16 - Fixing the Slider - Part 2

    • C12.17 - Final Edits - Part 1

    • C12.18 - Final Edits - Part 2

    • Chapter 12: Assignment

    • Assignment Form (Don't Forget to Press Submit)

  • Chapter 13: Create an eCommerce website

    • C13.01 - Choosing an appropriate theme for an Ecommerce website

    • C13.02 - Installing a theme manually

    • C13.03 - Elementor Header - Part 1

    • C13.04 - Elementor Header - Part 2

    • C13.05 - Top Banner - Part 1

    • C13.06 - Top Banner - Part 2

    • C13.07 - Second Section - Part 1

    • C13.08 - Second Section - Part 2

    • C13.09 - Second Section - Part 3

    • C13.10 - Third Section

    • C13.11 - Fourth Section

    • C13.12 - Products Section - Part 1

    • C13.13 - Products Section - Part 2

    • C13.14 - Blog Section

    • C13.15 - Specific Category Pages

    • C13.16 - Woocommerce Settings

    • C13.17 - Footer Assignment Overview

    • Chapter 13: Assignment

    • Assignment Form (Don't Forget to Press Submit)

  • Chapter 14: Speed and Optimization

    • C14.01 - GTMetrix Overview

    • C14.02 - Serving Scaled Images

    • C 14.03 - Optimizing Images

    • C14.04 - Wordpress Caching Plugins

    • C14. 05 - Image Optimization using Smush plugin

  • Chapter 15: Wordpress Hosting, Backup, Clone, and Transfer

    • C15. 01 - Preparing the files and database

    • C15.02 - Setting up the files

    • C15.03 - Setting up and connecting the database

  • Chapter 16: Wordpress Security and Maintenance

    • C16.01 - Wordfence Overview

    • C16.02 - Removing Malwares - Part 1

    • C16.03 - Removing Malwares - Part 2

    • C16.04 - Removing Malwares - Part 3

    • C16.05 - Setting up SSL

    • C16.06 - Common Errors in Wordpress and how to fix them

  • Chapter 17: Conclusion

    • One Last Step: Verification