Free WordPress Tutorials – Recommended by The WPMU Community

Learn WordPress with these free tutorialsLast week we rounded up a list of 10 free resources for learning WordPress, and asked our faithful readers to help us expand on this with some recommendations of their own.
As expected, we got some great suggestions from our friends in the WPMU community. Thanks to everyone who contributed!

Here are another 5 high quality web resources for learning to use WordPress, all free of charge.

Cats Who Code

Where to learn WordPressThis imaginatively-titled site is run by a couple of French/Belgian web developers, and provides a vast knowledge base for coders and designers. They’ve got a heavy preference for WordPress, but publish plenty of general development stuff too. Highly recommended. Visit Site.

Featured Plugin - WordPress Facebook Plugin

Would you like to add Facebook comments, registration, 'Like' buttons and autoposting to your WP site? Well, The Ultimate Facebook plugin has got that all covered!
Find out more

WP Recipes

How to use WordPressThis is an offshoot of the main Cats Who Code site, run by the same guy Jean-Baptiste Jung, and focuses exclusively on WordPress tips and tutorials. Lots of great stuff for various WP skill levels. Visit Site.

WP Tuts

WordPress tips and tutorialsWP Tuts is part of the Envato empire, and it’s definitely one of the more professional WordPress resources out there. The site design pleases the eye, and they’ve got a well-organized content structure that covers pretty much all the important aspects of WordPress. Well worth checking out if you haven’t already. Visit Site.

Digging Into WordPress

WordPress guides and tutorialsLots of tutorials and ideas for developers and more advanced WordPress users. There’s also a decent selection of stuff for non-coders, but this site caters primarily to a more WordPress-experienced demographic. Visit Site.

Featured Plugin - WordPress Google Maps Plugin

Simply insert google maps into posts, sidebars and pages - show directions, streetview, provide image overlays and do it all from a simple button and comprehensive widget.
Find out more

WP Hacks

How to learn WordPress for freeFeatures a wide range of info on themes, plugins and WordPress code snippets. WP Hacks has around 15 authors contributing articles and there’s a diverse range of knowledge to be found here. Visit Site.

The list goes on?

If you’ve got anything to add to the conversation, please leave us a comment below this article. We’re always interested to hear about the tools and resources that people use to improve their own WordPress experience. If you didn’t catch the first article in this series, check it out here.

Thanks for the photos: Leo Reynolds, Andrew Neilsen, rgusick and holeymoon.

Comments (2)

Participate