A designer has set up my blog almost to the stage of going live. She is unwell and unable to complete the task. I plan to take over and learn as I go. Is the WP101 tutorial the most sensible and cost effective way? I have competed the first three stages but I need a step-by-step guide on how to lodge/place copy and pics/illustrations. I have tried before and sometimes end up with dual pics etc. Thank you.
Sorry to hear your designer is unable to complete your website. We wish her well.
If you need help completing some coding changes, you might reach out to our friends at Codeable. They’ll connect you with experts who can knock out those tricky tasks that might be beyond what you’re comfortable tackling right away.
Beyond that, I created the WordPress 101 series specifically to help people like you who are new to WordPress get up to speed as quickly as possible, so you can begin managing and creating your own website content.
Obviously, we’re a bit biased. But with our 30-day money back guarantee, what do you have to lose? Sign up for the WordPress 101 course (or buy a membership) and dive in. If you don’t learn what you expected, reach out and I’ll refund every penny.
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Fantastic, mate. I’m spending the weekend listening to the tutes and thoroughly enjoying the production and what I am learning. A question that springs readily to mind is this. Is it possible to attach a sticky single static page to open each category in posts in a blog? If so, how? – as that could resolve an issue of trying to introduce each category in my motor racing blog. Thank you, Shawn, for being so quick to respond. Cheers, Adrian.