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In the beginning it was scary because I was not sure I understood what I was doing and why. I was a bit overwhelmed but followed directions and chipped away. As I hung in there, over time, the process got easier and I started understanding. This book is a manuel to help you in setting up your site. Very thorough and I suggest that you just do it...one step at a time. I feel empowered and am looking forward to when I publish my site. I will keep you posted. Sometimes, I read the sections and underline and mark things before I start putting them into practice. I have not finished yet but I think I am 3/4ths of the book. Thank you Andy Williams.
Bought a WordPress for Dummies book, and though it offered a lot of good technical info, I was unable to form a mental picture of how to migrate an existing site of 'static pages" into WordPress.
This book does an excellent job of leading you through the process of starting a WordPress site and it has helped understand the concept of presenting "categories" of information in the form "posts" instead of stand alone pages. The ability to change the overall Theme of the site is really great too. The old way of changing the look of a site across multiple pages is tedious and prone to errors. With WordPress, it will be easy to change the theme on all pages at once.
I'm still in the process of learning what I need to do to convert all my "static pages" into WordPress "posts" but after reading "Wordpress for Beginners 2017", I feel just about ready to begin the work of transferring the content.
webmaster - BobsPlans.com
By the end of the book I had my website up and running and understand how to customize any WP theme I choose in the future.
I would recommend this book to anyone starting a website or using Wordpress. It made something I knew nothing about easy to learn and do.
Note that while this book has a few pages on SEO, marketing your site, etc, this is not really the focus of the book, so if this is what interests you, you should probably look elsewhere.