Wordpress Training in Vidyanagar, Anand, Gujarat

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WORDPRESS

WordPress is an open source CMS. It is usually used for blog publishing application powered by PHP and MySQL. It has many features including a plug-in architecture and a template system. WordPress is the worlds most popular CMS software. WordPress is free software so there are no installation costs. You can easily download it from internet. One of major advantages of this software is that different types of plug-ins are easily available. This saves the time of development and maintains the quality standards and of course saves testing time.

MYSQL : What is it?

My SQL is an ORACLE product and usually used in PHP and JAVA. It is used to store, update, delete and retrieve data. It is very powerful software and used in big and small application. It is a free software. MySQL is also used in large application including , Google and Facebook. MySQL is very flexible and its performance is very high.

  • 20+ Practical Tasks
  • Technical Support After Training
  • SMS and Email notification
  • Affordable course fee
  • Dedicated Course Trainer
  • Meaningful Assessments
  • Extensive Teacher’s Guide
  • Classroom Training
  • Introduction of different Web Technology
  • What is WordPress
  • How WordPress Works
  • Summary
  • Installation of server
  • Installation of WordPress
  • Installation of MY SQL
  • Summary
  • Basic of HTML, CSS and JavaScript
  • Summary
  • Introduction to Blogging
  • First Steps With WordPress
  • WordPress Semantics - Learning the Jargon
  • New To WordPress - Where to Start
  • Using Images
  • Wrapping Text Around Images
  • Comments in WordPress
  • Finding WordPress Help
  • Post Formats
  • Linking to Posts, Pages, and Categories
  • Using Smilies
  • Links Manager
  • WordPress Feeds
  • Customizing Feeds
  • How to Use Gravatars in WordPress
  • Writing Code in Your Posts
  • Using Password Protection
  • Developing a Colour Scheme
  • Designing Headers
  • CSS Horizontal Menus
  • Dynamic Menu Highlighting
  • Good Navigation Links
  • Next and Previous Links
  • Styling for Print
  • Designing Your Post Meta Data Section
  • Separating Categories in your Post Meta Data Section
  • Customizing the Read More
  • Formatting Date and Time
  • Styling Lists with CSS
  • Designing Headings
  • Playing With Fonts
  • Using Images
  • Fun Character Entities
  • Comprehensive list of design articles
  • Adding a Favicon
  • WordPress CSS Information and Techniques
  • Finding Your CSS Styles
  • Creating Individual Pages
  • Uploading Files
  • I Make Changes and Nothing Happens
  • WordPress Blog Design and Layout
  • Using WordPress Themes
  • HTML to XHTML
  • Custom Post Types
  • Stepping Into Templates
  • Stepping Into Template Tags
  • Template Hierarchy
  • The WordPress Loop
  • The Loop in Action
  • Anatomy of a Template Tag
  • Theme Functions File Explained
  • Validating a Website
  • Know Your Sources
  • WordPress Housekeeping
  • WordPress Site Maintenance
  • Finding Server Info
  • HTML to XHTML
  • Migrating Multiple Blogs into WordPress 3.0 Multisite
  • Meta Tags in WordPress
  • Search Engine Optimization for WordPress
  • Accessibility

Session 8: MY SQL

  • Introduction about Database, Data Types, DML, DDL, Aggregate functions, Data Time functions, Stored Procedure, Sub query and join
  • MySQL Introduction
  • MySQL Connect
  • MySQL Create
  • MySQL Insert
  • MySQL Select
  • MySQL Where
  • MySQL Order By
  • MySQL Update
  • MySQL Delete
  • About Ajax
  • Setting up and implementing Ajax
  • PHP and AJAX
  • AJAX Intro
  • AJAX PHP
  • AJAX Database
  • AJAX XML
  • AJAX Live Search
  • AJAX RSS Reader
  • AJAX Poll
  • Summary
  • Understanding FTP
  • Setting up FTP Server (Live)
  • Uploading and downloading FTP contents
  • Summary
  • Designing email panel
  • How to send an email to various users
  • Sending auto emails
  • Summary
  • Deploying application on Web Server
  • Implement Word Press Site
  • Troubleshooting the project application after implementation
  • Summary