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The publication of a new WordPress manual has been announced for today. It is the 1076-page work WordPress 5: The Comprehensive Guide by Richard Eisenmenger, which will appear in the 2019 edition of the renowned Rheinwerk Verlag. From the WP installation to the maintenance and security of your own website to SEO and plugin development, all possible topics for beginners, advanced users and professionals are covered. So if you want to create a website, a blog, a shop or the like with the globally popular CMS or improve your existing site, then this compendium might be of interest to you;)
WordPress version 8 has been in use since May 2019, 5.2. Among other things, the Gutenberg editor with its blocks is an integral part of this. As you deactivated Gutenberg, I have you guys in this manual shown. You can also find a lot of posts on some WordPress plugins, search engine optimization and more here in the blog. Everything in one place, completely structured and illustrated, you have the WordPress theory with the new book from Rheinwerk Verlag. It explains WordPress from the ground up, showing themes, plugins, the website's blog function, and help and tips for many other topics. On the Amazon product page you can take a look at the book for free.
The cover of the book reads “inkl. Gutenberg Editor ". This is not entirely unimportant, because the creation of a post differs with this means from the classic "text" and "visual" display. As someone who has been using WordPress for several years, I find the latter more pleasant. Beginners might see it differently, however. In addition to the editor for the CMS backend, the book also contains help and tips on the following topics: installing and using WordPress, adapting and expanding the website, optimizing and maintaining WordPress, and WordPress for developers. These four parts are divided into a total of 23 chapters. Newsletters, data protection and cookies are also addressed.
From the first article on the specially set up website to details such as plugins, cookies, etc. as well as including Gutenberg, text and other editors, everything is included in the presented WordPress manual. Future authors, webmasters and site operators get the latest knowledge here - and that for € 39,90 at a pleasant price (as of June 24, 2019). Is the comprehensive WordPress 5 manual something for you or do you prefer quick help and free advice articles from the web? Feel free to leave a comment with your thoughts and your WP experience;)
Jens has been running the blog since 2012. He appears as Sir Apfelot for his readers and helps them with problems of a technical nature. In his free time he drives electric unicycles, takes photos (preferably with his iPhone, of course), climbs around in the Hessian mountains or hikes with the family. His articles deal with Apple products, news from the world of drones or solutions for current bugs.
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