Have you ever wanted to be a code monkey for WordPress? Then Professional WordPress Design and Development is a valuable resource you should check out.
I received my review copy a couple of weeks ago and at first I was really excited to get it in my hands. I met Brad Williams of WebDevStudios a few years ago at a WordCamp and he definitely knows his stuff. But as I started through Professional WordPress Design and Development it quickly became clear to me that 80% of the book was over my head. I am a designer with enough development knowledge to be dangerous, so all this potentially great information doesn’t make much sense to me. However, the sections I could relate to (Chapters 11-15) were excellent.
Professional WordPress Design and Development is well structured and takes you through a methodical approach of how WordPress works. It includes discussion on theme development, plugin development, and multisite, as well as content aggregation and crafting a User Experience. If I could truly understand the first ten chapters, I’d likely say that you must have this book if you are serious about WordPress development.
Please don’t hesitate to get your own copy of Professional WordPress Design and Development because of my review or lack of code knowledge.
P.S. And if you want a FREE COPY of this book, tell me in the comment section how this book could help you or benefit your WordPress business. I’ll pick one winner and hook you up!
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