We’ve just started Lorelle’s WordPress School free online course and you are welcome to join at any time. It is a slow-moving, at-you-own-pace course to learn WordPress from the inside out. As you go through the course, you will need to find more help and resources on WordPress, and this is your starting list.
Below is a table of contents list of links for the various sections in this article.
The list of WordPress resources below serve two key purposes for a WordPress use and participant in this online course. First, to find the help you need, and second, to track and network with WordPress news, techniques, and community.
A WordPress resource, in my mind, is a site focused specifically on WordPress, published by an experienced WordPress user, adhere to WordPress practices, standards, and professionalism, and one that has stood the test of time to consistently provide valuable information and solutions. There are many sites, some young, some old, that declare themselves WordPress experts, but fail to meet the above criteria. There are also many sites available today with WordPress information, so I’ve honed down my list to the ones I feel are the most important and pertinent to the course.
To use this list, you may bookmark this web page, print or save it to your computer files, or add these sites to your feed reader. I will be talking more about feeds and feed readers in this course, but you can start with “Blog Exercises: Feed Readers” to learn more about how they work and how to use them.