WordPress: How to Set Up a Responsive Website or Blog

Tim Carter, Too much of a tech geek for my own good!

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6 Videos (43m)
    • Introduction

    • Install WordPress

    • Basic WordPress preparation

    • Setting up the content

    • Setting up the theme

    • Design continued


About This Class

In this world of "Mobile First" design, it is important that you are staying with or pulling ahead of the trend. creating a site with responsive design makes it look great on any device, and makes you look professional. It's easier than you think. We will use free resources. no design knowledge needed!

You probably already know this because you are likely doing it yourself. It has come increasingly common for people to check whatever they need to check, or do their web tasks on their mobile devices. There is no getting around it anymore; you must have a website that is optimized for mobile devices as well as desktops / laptops.

Fortunately it is not as hard as you think!

Imagine creating one website that looks great on any device that takes absolutely no extra work than if you were just creating it for a personal computer. Well it is possible, and even quite easy. The great thing is somebody already did the hard work for us. They made the themes with built in responsive design. All we have to do is add our own content and tweak them a bit.

We will be using Wordpress and certain themes, as well as performing some tweaks to get the site looking the way we want.

There is no reason for you to be creating sites without responsive design any longer. All you have to do is follow my instructions.

Here is just some of what you will learn:

  • How to install Wordpress
  • How to prepare the site
  • Choosing a template
  • Customizing your logo
  • Adding your content
  • Tweaking the CSS to obtain the look you want
  • and lots more...

This video series is going to show you everything you need to know about creating websites with responsive design using all free resources and tools.





Tim Carter

Too much of a tech geek for my own good!