Learn WordPress – Tutorials for Beginners

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Rewind just a few short years. To the days when I’d tell people “learning WordPress is easy”. I don’t say that anymore because learning WordPress simply isn’t as easy as it used to be. It just isn’t.

So, if you’re struggling with WordPress, rest assured, you’re not alone. Even people with many years of experience struggle to make WordPress do the things they want it to do.

Anyway. You’ll find links down below to all our published articles on WordPress. I hope the tutorials, guides and whatever else soften your learning curve. NB: Some articles appear in multiple categories so there may be a small degree of repetition.

This is a self-updating page using a handy little plugin called List Category Posts.


Official WordPress platforms

  • Learn WordPress – The official platform for learning WordPress. You’ll find all sorts of content here aimed at people with different ability levels and who use WordPress for different purposes. There’s content for everyone from bloggers to developers to everyday users.
  • WordPress Codex – Learn about the coding side of WordPress.
  • Support Forum – This is the official community-based support forum for WordPress users. All the content here is generated by users with different levels of experience. Whenever you have a general problem, you can post a question here and you should get a response within a short period of time.
  • WordPress TV – This site contains videos from WordCamp events from around the world. There’s a lot of content mainly aimed at developers and people who run a business based around the WordPress platform such as web designers, support providers, plugin developers, theme authors etc.

Websites and blogs

  • WPBeginner – The go-to site for most new WordPress users. Mostly because of its wealth of content dating back numerous years and its high ranking in Google for many WordPress related search phrases. Whatever question you have about WordPress, you’ll almost certainly find a solution here.
  • WPExplorer – Another site crammed with WordPress tutorials, guides and product reviews.


  • LinkedIn Learning – Here you’ll find a range of video courses covering everything WordPress. The courses aren’t free, but they are put together and presented by people who work with WordPress in a professional capacity.
  • Udemy – Another site offering lots of video courses covering all things WordPress. Prices for these courses vary widely, and you’ll often find special deals, discounts and offers available.