One of my recommended resources for learning WordPress, Easy WP Guide WordPress Manual was released last week, updated with all the new features in the WordPress 4.9 version.
The manual includes 149 pages describing how you can update and manage your blog or website.
What’s Inside Easy WP Guide
From logging in to adding content to selecting themes, you’ll find easy-to-understand language to help you manage your WordPress site.
The guide is intended for anyone who needs to update content—pages, posts, images, menus, themes, etc.— of their website or blog.
Whenever our Metro Detroit WordPress meetup members ask me for a resource they can read to help them understand how to use WordPress features on their site, Easy WP Guide is where I point them.
Here are a few of the topics from the Table of Contents:
- Selecting Your Theme
- Posts versus Pages
- Adding a New Menu
- Viewing a File in the Media Library
- Fullscreen Editing
- Replying to a Comment
- Editing Existing Content
- Keeping Your Site Updates
Note: Easy WP Guide is not a guide for developing or modifying themes or plugins.
How You Can Get Easy WP Guide
One of the reason I love Easy WP Guide: Horton’s guide is available in a several formats.
He understands some people prefer to read online, others on mobile, while some prefer a downloadable file.
In addition to reading the manual online, you can get Easy WP Guide for:
- PDF (free!)
- Mobile versions, at $5.00 (Australian dollars)
- Brandable Word document, at $9.00 (Australian dollars)
You can download Easy WP Guide 4.9 (PDF: 38 MB) version for free for your personal use. It’s available in English and Spanish languages (as of December 18, 2017).
The mobile version of Easy WP Guide WP4.9 can be purchased in ePub and MobiPocket formats.
In addition, consultants can buy the brandable Easy WP Guide 4.9 version (Word format) that is completely editable. Customize it for client training.
Note: the brandable version is $9 for one block of 20 clients. Purchase additional $9 licenses for each block of 20 clients.
Thanks to Anthony Horton for continuously updating Easy WP Guide for each major WordPress version. It’s an excellent resource for managing content on WordPress sites.