I’m always excited when the latest version of one of my favorite WordPress resources, Easy WP Guide, is released.
The helpful guide for managing WordPress content has been a go-to resource for me for years.
Given the interface changes in the WordPress 5.4 release, all screenshots in Easy WP Guide have been updated.
That’s an incredible amount of work!
Kudos to Anthony Hortin, the author of Easy WP Guide, for his diligence and care in providing an excellent resource for managing WordPress content.
It’s one of the five resources I include in my online resources for learning WordPress post.
What You’ll Find in Easy WP Guide
Why am I such a fan of Easy WP Guide?
It’s written in plain language that is easy to understand with annotated screenshots to highlight concepts.
Hortin has taken care to think about his audience and skillfully explains the details and steps for managing content in WordPress.
The guide is organized by main topics—Dashboard, Categories, Media Library, etc.—which you can drill down into for more details.
As he has in the past, Hortin provides information for both the Classic Editor.
Here’s a partial listing of the Table of Contents:
- Adding Your Site Content
- Media Library
- Keeping Your Site Updated
Note: Easy WP Guide is a guide for managing content on your website. It’s not a resource for developing /modifying themes or plugins.
Developers will also want to check out the developer documentation for the Block Editor.
Download Easy WP Guide
You have your choice of different formats for Easy WP Guide:
- Online guide
- PDF format (free!)
- Mobile format in ePub and MobiPocket formats with adjustable fonts for easy reading, at $9.00 (Australian dollars)
- Brandable Microsoft Word format, at $13.00 (Australian dollars)
If you’re a consultant or agency, you can easily edit the brandable Easy WP Guide version (Word format). Note: the brandable version can be distributed to 20 clients.
If you need to distribute it to more than 20 clients, you’ll need to purchase an additional $13 license for each 20-client block.
Discounts for the brandable version are available for multiple languages.
I’ve been a fan of Easy WP Guide for years. The well-organized guide, table of contents, and annotated screenshots will help you manage your WordPress content with ease.
I appreciate all the tips and helpful advice Hortin has in the guide, including the change in the Block Editor to default full-screen editor mode. (I also wrote about the WordPress 5.4 Block Editor full-screen editor change.)
If you’re looking for a well-written, organized guide for managing and updating content on your WordPress site, Easy WP Guide is the resource for you!