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Learning More About WordPress1:39 with Zac Gordon
The more you work with WordPress, the more you will find there is to know and is to do. In addition to watching more WordPress videos on Treehouse there are a number of other things you could be doing to continue your WordPress education. Some of these things involve reading or watching videos, while others involve meeting actual people who work with WordPress as website owners or website builders.
[Zac Gordon] Congratulations on making it through your WordPress for website owner's course.
At this point, you should feel much more comfortable managing your site and using it to improve your business.
After completing this course, you may feel overwhelmed and likely not retain all of the information we covered.
Don't worry--This course is meant as a reference for you to come back to
again and again when you forget how to do something
or you may feel excited to learn even more about WordPress.
In this case, you should check out some of our other content on how to build websites with WordPress.
These will help you begin to customize and add new features to your site without having to hire someone else.
Either way, I highly recommend you look up WordCamps in your area.
WordCamps are small local annual conferences geared towards website owners, designers, and developers.
There, you'll make great connection to other website owners as well as developers you could potentially work with.
In addition to WordCamps, you may also find smaller or local regular meet ups with people working with WordPress.
If you ever need help with your site or just have general questions about WordPress,
post your questions up to the Treehouse forums.
There, you'll not only find answers from myself but from lost of other knowledgeable Treehouse students.
So, until next time. Keep on learning.
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