WordPress Start - 2020
Category: Student
Level: I
Subject: Information Systems
Test questions: in Russian
Payment: 36000 KZT - per participant
= 36000 KZT
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This course takes place at the Educational Center of the Institute of Intelligent Technologies

As a result of this training course, students will be able to independently create Internet resources based on the WordPress content management system.
Thanks to its intuitive interface, the use of WordPress does not require knowledge of programming languages, which contributes to the development of the interests of a novice programmer.
In the tutorial, theoretical and practical issues of creating a website from start to finish are disclosed in sufficient detail. Students will be trained in domain name registration, choosing and purchasing hosting, installing and configuring a site content management system, selecting a design, installing plugins, publishing new materials and content management of the Internet resource.

CONTENT
CHAPTER 1. INTRODUCTION TO WORDPRESS

  • Content management system
  • Open source
  • PHP programming language
  • MySQL
  • What is WordPress?
  • Capabilities
  • Websites built with WordPress

CHAPTER 2. CHOOSING A DOMAIN NAME AND HOSTING

  • What is a domain?

CHAPTER 3. INSTALLATION AND CONFIGURATION OF WORDPRESS

  • Preparing for installation
  • The famous 5 minute install
  • Installation in detail
  • Step 1: Download and Unpack
  • Step 2: Create Database and User
  • Working with Plesk
  • Working with phpMyAdmin
  • Working with MySQL client
  • Step 3: Setting up the wp-config.php file
  • Step 4: Placing Files
  • Step 5: start installation
  • Common installation problems

CHAPTER 4. PREPARATION AND PUBLICATION OF MATERIALS
CHAPTER 5. CONTENT MANAGEMENT
CHAPTER 6. SITE DESIGN
CHAPTER 7. WORKING WITH WORDPRESS PLUGINS

A COMMON LANGUAGE FOR ACADEMIC RECOGNITION

The European Community promotes study abroad as a means of improving the quality of academic cooperation bringing benefits to students and higher education institutions.

Studying abroad can be a particularly valuable experience. It is not only the best way to learn about other countries, ideas, languages and cultures; increasingly, it is an important part of professional and academic career development.

Students envisaging a study abroad will be looking for:

  • study programmes which are relevant to their final degree,
  • full academic recognition which ensures that they will not lose time in completing their degree by studying abroad.

To help students make the most from their study abroad, the European Commission has developed a European Credit Transfer System, which provides a way of measuring and comparing learning achievements, and transferring them from one institution to another.

ECTS helps higher education institutions to enhance their cooperation with other institutions by:

  • improving access to information on foreign curricula,
  • providing common procedures for academic recognition.

ECTS can also be used within one institution or between institutions within one country.

Within the framework of the improvement course, 1 credit is equal to 12 academic hours, which includes independent participation in an international seminar, a republican contest, a conference and an olympiad, as well as video lectures on the subject of the course. To ensure self-participation in training, video content is posted on the public page of the course publication.

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