Press Release: October 24, 2012
WordPress: The Missing Manual--New from O'Reilly Media: Answers Found Here!
Sebastopol, CA—Whether you're a budding blogger or web development professional, WordPress is a brilliant tool for creating websites—if you know how to tap its impressive features. WordPress: The Missing Manual ($29.99, O'Reilly Media) by Matthew MacDonald shows you how to use WordPress and its themes, plug-ins, and widgets to build just about any website you can imagine, from a classy blog to a basic e-commerce site.
The important stuff you need to know:
- Create a blog. Get a free WordPress.com account, choose the right theme, and start publishing content.
- Build a website. Produce a professional-looking business site by customizing a WordPress theme.
- Add features. Choose from thousands of WordPress widgets and plug-ins to extend your site's features.
- Mix in multimedia. Include slideshows, video clips, webcasts, podcasts, and music players.
- Involve your readers. Let readers leave comments, contribute to your site, and carry on a dialog.
- Build an audience. Learn search-engine optimization, measure your reader's favorite pages, and publicize your site.
- Create a community. Use social media tools such as "Like" and sharing buttons, and provide RSS feeds of your posts.
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