WordPress For Photographers. Yes, you can be one and use the other. As photographers, we have to seek resources to learn about WordPress and web development. The other option is to hire a company to do it for us. If you’re like me, you’re a hands on, do it yourself person.
With that said, I have been fortunate enough to find a variety of great websites that have taught me a lot. I want to share these websites with you. Please visit the sites, and subscribe to their RSS feeds. You’ll learn a lot, and much of which I hope you find ways to integrate into your own websites.
Amazing WordPress Resources
They are the WordPress photography people, so it makes sense that they’d be one of the best resources for photographers to learn WordPress. Imagely doesn’t just share WordPress content, they share content that hits home with photographers.
They also host the WordPress Photography Podcast, which is 100% free to listen and learn from.
Join the WordPress for Photographers group on Facebook and interact with other photographers wanting to learn.
Learn WordPress… fast! The WP101 video tutorial series is the fastest way to learn how to use WordPress! Who’s got time to read tech books? Our HD-quality “WordPress 101″ tutorial videos will show you how to use WordPress to create and manage your own website in about an hour. Ready to get started?
WPBeginner is a perfect guide for WordPress Beginners. Their articles offer a variety of WordPress tips, tools, themes, and other WordPress resources.
Smashing (WordPress) Magazine
Smashing WordPress is an extended section of Smashing Magazine which has been created to give you more articles on coding WordPress-based sites.
Joost de Valk is a kick-butt developer of many WordPress plugins and an authority on WordPress & website optimization provides SEO tips, WordPress tweaks and more.
WPMail.me is a free WordPress Newsletter, once a week, with a round-up of WordPress news and articles.
So there you have it. Things I have learned from these websites (and many more) have gone into creating customizing my StudioPress driven WordPress website. If you have other suggestions or questions please reach out or comment below.
Thanks for reading and happy blogging,