For students who know the WordPress basics, this class covers plugins that can really enhance your site.
First we cover WP e-Commerce, one of the most powerful shopping carts available for WordPress:
Next we show you how to use BuddyPress, the key social networking plugin for WordPress:
Finally, we show you two plugins to speed up your site and optimize it for search engines:
Sam has been designing websites since 1996, and in 2004 it was love at first site when he discovered content management systems like WordPress. He lives near Portland, Oregon where he is a part of the team at Marah Creative, a full-service marketing & creative agency. He's passionate about design work, not stopping at W3C compliance when coding but raising the bar a notch with best practices and code optimization. Before going into web design, Sam spent his time working for a non-profit group as a full-time lecturer and trainer.
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