Written by Michał Krawczyk ,
Learn WordPress with MDW
WordPress is a modern, semantic, personal CMS platform focused on utility and aesthetics.
A simplicity of usage and countless ways of personalisation made WordPress truly successful. Millions of users confirm its position as one of the most popular CMS system worldwide. This accomplishment won't be possible without the engagement of the WP community, which every day help developers improving the platform.
You may wonder - what CMS is?
Content Management System is an application, which contains web administration panel, which allows you to create and change the content without programming skills.The most popular CMSs, like WordPress, usually contains also free widgets, which can extend the website functionalities.
So, why use WordPress?
1. Intuitive dashboard with user-friendly interface
2. Countless useful widgets with advanced customization
3. Supportive and open community, ready to help with any problem
Our “WordPress Tutorial” will be your guide in the WordPress world. Don't be afraid even if you are a total beginner. You will start with the very basics.
We divided it into three parts: beginner, intermediate, and advance. In every chapter, you will learn a particular procedure. If you already know some of the procedures, skip them and go to the next tutorial or chapter.
Every single tutorial contains step-by-step operations. You will be told what you should click, which option select, which bracket fill with the text and in which order.
Each lesson is based on our MDW theme, therefore, to receive the same results, you have to use it either.
If you haven't downloaded our MDW theme so far, do it now, and start your WordPress journey! If you want to get more information about Material Design for WordPress, click the button below:About MDW
…or you may find out by starting the first lesson of our tutorial right now!
Start your journey here
WordPress installation and theme activation
Chapter I - Installation
Chapter II - WP Basics
3. Categories4. Front Page
Chapter III - Navigation
Chapter IV - Configuration
3. Icons list
5. Child Theme
Chapter V - Widgets
1. Default WP
2. MDW widgets
Chapter VI - Shortcodes
Chapter VII - Integration
2. Yoast SEO
6. Social login