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    Question Wordpress 3.0 as a CMS - Any good beginner tutorials??

    Hi everyone

    Ive recently introduced myself to wordpress theme dev, using wp 3.0

    I'd like to move on to learning how to manipulate things so that wordpress is more a cms and less of a blog.

    I find all sorts of articles talking about specific tips like custom taxonomies or making a custom page layout for a client to choose, but nothing that encapsulates "how to make wordpress into a cms" from the ground up sort of thing.

    so i wanted to ask - does anyone either know of a good tutorial/reference, OR is the reason i can't find anything for wp specifically 3.0 because not much has changed in the methodology for making wp into a cms than for say, 2.8/2.9?

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    please check the lynda.com. you can have good video tutorials

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    Quote Originally Posted by emmaburge View Post
    Hi everyone

    Ive recently introduced myself to wordpress theme dev, using wp 3.0

    I'd like to move on to learning how to manipulate things so that wordpress is more a cms and less of a blog.

    I find all sorts of articles talking about specific tips like custom taxonomies or making a custom page layout for a client to choose, but nothing that encapsulates "how to make wordpress into a cms" from the ground up sort of thing.

    so i wanted to ask - does anyone either know of a good tutorial/reference, OR is the reason i can't find anything for wp specifically 3.0 because not much has changed in the methodology for making wp into a cms than for say, 2.8/2.9?
    The Head First book for Wordpress is really good for beginners. lynda.com is a great site, but it would at the minimum cost you $25 a month.

    Wordpress' website has tutorials as well.
    Teed

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    there are a lot of video tutoprials on youtube. you can search and learn from there. no need to invest money..

    Amit
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