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Learn WordPress

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This book is for people who want to use WordPress. It’s for web designers who’d like to get to know
WordPress a little better—or a lot better. It’s for writ ers who have been asked to contribute content to a
WordPress site, but haven’t been shown how to use the software. It’s for server administrators who’d like
to know more about this little CMS that users are always asking them to install. It’s for Drupal developers
who suddenly need to write a WordPress plugin for a client this week.
If you’re familiar with PHP or MySQL, or if you’ve used another open source content management
system in the past, great! This book will take you from novice to professional. By the end, you’ll know not
only how to manage and customize your own site, but
how to contribute your innovations back to the
community by submitting plugins and themes to the central repository at wordpress.org.
If you’ve never touched PHP before, that’s OK. Understanding arrays, for example, might be
necessary if you want to write your own plugin, but not if you want to install the software and configure
your site with plugins and themes. And if you do want to learn more about code, WordPress is a great
place to start.
Of course, if you have questions for me, you can contact me via my own website, sillybean.net.
However, WordPress is a vast, sprawling project, and there are many other places to find help.
The Forum (wordpress.org/support) is the best place to tap the collected knowledge of the entire
WordPress community. If you have questions about installing WordPress with your server’s
configuration, or you need to know why you’re seeing a particular error message, or you want to report a
problem with a plugin, the Forum is the place to go.
For real-time help, you can jump in to the WordPress IRC channel, #wordpress on the
irc.freenode.net server. There’s usually at least one person who can answer your question or direct you
to the appropriate page in the Codex.
The Codex (codex.wordpress.org) is the central source of documentation. It’s a wiki, so it’s a work
that’s perpetually in progress. If you find something missing, feel free to contribute! The Codex is huge,
but there are a few pages I return to over and over again, and you’ll see them referenced throughout this

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