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The Complete Guide to the Best 200 WordPress Plugins

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** UDEMY BEST SELLING COURSE **

As WordPress users, we all know the incredible power and difference that good plugins can offer our websites. This is why in this course, you will learn how to install and configure over 200 plugins that will boost the functionality and design of any WordPress website.

With nearly 50,000 plugins available to download today, it can be quite a daunting task finding the right plugin for the right job. This course removes that headache and saves you time because I have spent months researching and finding the best plugins for you to use.

Most of the plugins covered in this course are FREE and are well maintained by their developers. They are all updated for the year 2017 and will work with the latest versions of WordPress.

The course is divided into 12 main sections.

CONTENT

The first section covers plugins that are primarily used for creating and editing content as well as plugins that can be used to improve the design of any WordPress website.

STRUCTURE

Section 2 covers plugins that are used for building page structures. You will learn how to use 3 of the best page builder plugins on WordPress and in addition you will learn how to design your own custom 404 page and how to add accordions to your pages.

Instructor Details

My passion is teaching people through online courses in a fun and entertaining manner. I have been teaching online for about 3 years now and during this period, I have created over 25 different courses with more than 50,000 students registered worldwide. What would you like to learn? Would you like to learn how to build and manage your WordPress website? Would you like to learn advanced skills that will make you a true WordPress developer? Would you like to learn how you can establish a successful career as a web developer? Would you like to learn the basics of information and cyber security? If you want to do any of these things, just enroll in the course. You have a 30-day money back guarantee if you don't like it. And I'm always improving my courses so that they stay up to date and the best that they can be. Check them out, and enroll today! MORE ABOUT ALEX: We all have one shot at life and as such, I believe in living life to the fullest. This means constantly stepping out of my comfort zone by visiting new places and trying out new things. My relative success on Udemy has given me both financial freedom and the ability to be location independent. I am currently travelling around the world spending about a month in one city (current location is Chiang Mai, Thailand) before moving on to the next. My hobbies include watching movies, sports and playing chess. I am also a huge Dead by Daylight gamer.

Specification: The Complete Guide to the Best 200 WordPress Plugins

Duration

18 hours

Year

2020

Level

All

Certificate

Yes

Quizzes

No

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  1. Klaas Snater

    Great content and great finds, this saves me hours of research. The instructor explains enough reasons why you would use a certain plugin, is easy to understand and has a upbeat attitude. LOVE IT!

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  2. Jason Gandy

    Wow I didn’t realize how much I didn’t know about plugins. I’ve been trying to build my website, but didn’t know these plugins could do so much. Just installed the Shortcodes Ultimate plugin and it has made my life so much easier! I have taken a few courses from Alex, and he always provides the most up to date information on WordPress. Im still going through the course, but I’m sure I will find plenty of other gems to use for my website. Highly recommended for anyone looking to improve their WordPress site

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  3. Patrick Catthoor

    Nice collection of plugins. Clear explanation what they do and how to use them.

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  4. Heather Murphy

    I have purchased many of courses to help me thru designing and managing a website for a music festival. Every time I go thru his courses, I learn and am able to implement alot of what is in his courses. I find his content is very thorough in detail and process/settings. When I look for more WP tutorials, I first look at Alexanders courses first.

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  5. James Fitzgerald

    Great course. Will be very handy for my WordPress development!

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  6. TrevorJoel Garrity

    As always Alex gives well explained, easy to follow courses with great content. This particular course is great to have as a reference, guide and to give ideas while building WP websites.

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  7. Jen L

    Alex is one of the best Web teachers on Udemy, if not THE best. I have taken all of the courses he has so far and I plan on taking anything new he offers because there is always something to learn with Alex.

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  8. Deborah Zwetsch

    Concise and direct – helps with my web design business.

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  9. Wilson Julianes

    This course is very helpful to a web developer like us. It is informative and shows every features of a plugin he discussed.

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  10. A. B.

    Awesome curation and explanation of the very best WordPress plugins. Not only is the course informative, but you’ll love Alexander’s great sense of humor.

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  11. Charle Hazlehurst

    I think Alexander Oni is one of the best instructors on Udemy. He is extremely knowledgeable, and he covers a lot information. He also doesn’t go too quickly, so you can actually absorb what he is saying. And, on top of that he has a great sense of humor.

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  12. khalid Latif

    Very very helpfull

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  13. Sabina Montgomery–Swan

    Solved something I’ve been struggelling with for a long time – right in the 2nd lecture. Love it! And you use free plug–ins, even better.

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  14. MOHIDUL ISLAM

    good

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  15. Eddie Barrientes

    Awesome Instructor

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  16. Gary Robinson

    super

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  17. Devanshu W

    till now looks good i didn’t watch full tutorial at time of rating. just watched few videos. some plugin tutorials in this course changed there interface so they need updated new tutorials. that‘s why giving 4 star other wise its 5 star course. please update few plugin tutorials as per there new interface example wordfence plugin in security section

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  18. Alhaj islam

    wonder full course

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  19. Ryan Mayne

    Very useful relevant and empowering. In–depth explanations excellently communicated. I received a great overview of some of the best plugins available. Also, the instructor has some useful feedback loops built in to help keep all the course content up–to–date (a mammoth task!)

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  20. Muhammad Shahid

    very good course, Thanks Alex to know the best plugin in between more than 50,000+, your training saves lots of time.

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  21. Helen Jenkins

    Really great and enjoyed all the information.

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  22. Darik James

    Excellent selections of Widgets, their usage & tips.

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  23. Gerrith Will Lassen

    So far the plugins you did show like the calendar has a very wrong concept, where a little programmer think s he or she can make money out of every little effort. A few lines and boxes and a new monthly fee. This is not the way to go. These is leeches and gadfly mentality. A simple Website with just needed functionalities will cost more every year than getting a startup Entrepreneur is able to make. This is not free WP anymore. It s a simple ugly money machine, We should not support. Adobe with all the large tools and programs included takes a moderate monthly fee, or Netflix with all the thousands of expencive movies, or Spotify with all the music on earth, like to have a monthly fee. But now every tiny app or bookmark is requesting the same amount every month. And here even a little plugin we have as service in most pagebuilders today, cost a monthly fee and even small parts of a plugin. This is to me highly unethical and don t deserves any support.

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  24. Jesse miller

    One of those things that needs direction. Maybe too many options is not a great thing. It desperately needs a pros and cons for plugins that do the same thing

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