Web Courses Bangkok – WordPress Development Bootcamp

Web Courses Bangkok – WordPress Development Bootcamp

In this course, we learned all the required concepts to work as a WordPress developer. We learned how to build plugins, how to optimise and secure a WordPress site and how to use translation plugins to make your site multilingual.

The biggest focus of the course was on developing a custom theme from scratch using only code. This involved learned concepts such as the WordPress loop, taxonomies, custom post types, how to make queries to the WordPress database and how to create metadata using Advanced Custom Fields.

The full course overview is available on Web Course Bangkok’s website here.

As of the start of 2019, my face is still at the top of their homepage if you look closely.

Below are some screenshots of the project we worked on during the course: Happy Cafe – a fictitious coffee shop somewhere in Bangkok. Their website makes good use of Advanced Custom Fields and at many points during the course became very experimental, with meta queries looped out on the home page and various random APIs being pulled in to display completely irrelevant information.

 

In this course, we learned all the required concepts to work as a WordPress developer. We learned how to build plugins, how to optimise and secure a WordPress site and how to use translation plugins to make your site multilingual.

The biggest focus of the course was on developing a custom theme from scratch using only code. This involved learned concepts such as the WordPress loop, taxonomies, custom post types, how to make queries to the WordPress database and how to create metadata using Advanced Custom Fields.

The full course overview is available on Web Course Bangkok’s website here.

As of the start of 2019, my face is still at the top of their homepage if you look closely.

Below are some screenshots of the project we worked on during the course: Happy Cafe – a fictitious coffee shop somewhere in Bangkok. Their website makes good use of Advanced Custom Fields and at many points during the course became very experimental, with meta queries looped out on the home page and various random APIs being pulled in to display completely irrelevant information.

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