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  1. Keith Davis

    Hi Sarah

    “…a lot of folks are more interested in being WordPress power users than they are at being developers.”

    That makes sense to me.

    I use premade Genesis themes to provide small business websites and I customise with plugins and custom CSS.
    I’ve never really been interested in getting into PHP.

    Like most people I learnt what I know about WordPress via internet posts and videos and help from the Genesis community but I can understand that there is a big demand for more formal WordPress courses.

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  2. Ivan Juras

    One of the things that makes WordPress so good is the fact that there are so many good frameworks out there which make front-end development a breeze. For example, I’ve been using Headway for ages now, and I simply can’t go back to manual coding any more.

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    • Keith Davis

      I’m with you Ivan – the various frameworks are fantastic.
      I use Genesis themes most of the time but recently I’ve fallen in love with Divi, the latest theme from Elegant Themes.

      Not sure which I like most!

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  3. Treehouse Expands WordPress Education to Include BuddyPress Beginners Course

    […] one month after launching its WordPress beginner’s course, Treehouse has added BuddyPress education to its collection of interactive learning resources. The […]

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