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WordPress

Learning process

Hello World! I did not know in which of topics put in my question. My question is about student learning. Maybe someone can share their experiences, How better to learn the subject matterial. I'm a little distracted, because for example to work as Word Press developer need to know a lot of HTML, CSS, Design, JS, JQ, PHP and the frameworks, libraries and so on. How better to learn training materials? It is good if for example learn CSS and then acquire the next training course, or better to learn a number of educational materials simultaneously. For example a week to study 3 study subjects? I hope you understand me about what I am talking about.

Thanks in advance to anyone Sandis.

1 Answer

Mitchell Springer
Mitchell Springer
2,576 Points

Personally, I'd start with HTML and CSS courses and they are the foundation of any website, including wordpress sites. I think you'll get more out of the material if you go through it one at a time instead of jumping around. After that, I'd suggest starting your own wordpress site and tinkering with the CSS to customize it. You can really change up a wordpress site without really changing any PHP files.

Then it would probably be good to move on to more advanced topics such as Javascript and PHP. But I think you really need that initial HTML and CSS foundation before going on to more advanced wordpress topics.