[BA Workbench] WordPress 101
Wednesday, July 24, 2013 from 5:00 PM to 6:30 PM (PDT)
How can I setup a website in 5 minutes?
How can I create a professional portfolio and embed media into my site (photos, videos, audio, gallery)?
If you want to have an awesome site, WordPress will help you get there. WordPress is the most popular publishing platform – in fact, over 20% of new domains registered are running their sites on WordPress. Seriously. Musicians, photographers, creatives, magazine, and small business owners are all running their sites on WordPress – and you can too.
After this class is done, you’ll have your very own kick @$$ WordPress site, hosted on WordPress.com. We can also review how to setup WordPress on your own host, install plugins to extend its functionality, embed video, and setup photo galleries to display your work.
- Choosing a good WordPress hosting partner
- The difference between WordPress.com and WordPress.org
- How to install plugins to extend functionality
- Embed video and add images to your site.
- Review the ecosystem of WordPress: Setup a working site on WordPress.com; Add photos and video to your About Page ; Edit sidebars ; Edit and update your menus.
About Jaki Levy
Founder at Arrow Root Media
Jaki Levy has been teaching classes on WordPress for 5+ years and has helped 300+ individuals launch new WordPress sites. In 2006, he founded Arrow Root Media, a new media production and consulting company based in NYC. Jaki has worked with multiple non-profits and arts organizations, including: Issue Project Room, The Field, Dance/USA, Rockaway Waterfront Alliance, Queens Council on the Arts, DanceBrazil and Soundstreams.
Jaki’s online initiatives with Misnomer Dance Theater helped the company secure over $1.25 million in grants to help develop new initiatives for the arts. He was also the recipient of Cisco’s $25k Digital Incubator grant.
Refund Policy: If you cannot attend, please email us at least one day before the scheduled start time of the class. No refund will be given if we have less than a 24-hour notice.
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