writer, caregiver, computer repairer, and web designer

Learn Web Design Using WordPress From Paul Wylie

Learn Web Design by using WordPress, and I, Paul Wylie, will teach you how if you live within 50 miles of Arkadelphia, Arkansas. I also teach computer repair. An online course will be available soon.

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You can take expensive courses, or you can sit down on a computer with me for a small fee and become a Web Designer in a small amount of time. I will teach you how to choose, install, and use the best plugins, how to write a post or a page, how to create menus, how to use widgets, plus a whole lot more.

My first web page was written in HTML using Microsoft Notepad back in 2007, but today you honestly don’t need to know any of that to be a good Web Designer. It is so easy to learn web design using WordPress. You can buy themes to use for yourself and clients and learn different functions just by what you learn from me about using WordPress. You can use the dashboard for creating all of your content.

Learn Web Design In As Little As 2 Weeks

I do have education, training, and experience in Web Development, and I have done some programming, scripting, and markup before. Now, I rarely, if at all, have to use any of it. WordPress makes is so simple. You will enjoy it so much that you will want to take on other jobs making websites for people.

In respect to computer repair, I will teach you the basic motherboard layout, how to install components, how to test a motherboard down to basic level, and configure the Basic Input Output System, BIOS. You will be able to install the processor, drives, and drivers. There is a whole lot more I will show you.

Reach out to me if you want to learn web design the right way. My telephone number is 870-260-5576, and my email is paul@paulwylie.net. You won’t regret what you have learned, and it could possibly become the start of a wonderful career for you.

All the best!

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