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Ebuka Val
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Do you wish to become a WordPress Developer?

Wordpress is a free and open-source content management system (CMS) that is used to create blogs, websites, and web applications.

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Wordpress developers can work for various companies as freelancers or full-time employees. They can also start their own web development company that offers services such as designing, hosting, and maintaining websites.

The skillset required to become a Wordpress developer includes coding in PHP and JavaScript with an understanding of HTML5, CSS3, and jQuery.

Here are a few resources that'll guide you if you wish to become a WordPress Developer.

  1. FreeCodeCamp 1hr Course:- Learning Path for Newbies in WordPress Development.

  2. LearnWebCode's 3hr Course:- Becoming a WordPress Developer: Unlocking the Power of Code.

  3. Web Monkey's 1hr Course:- PHP Basics for WordPress.

  4. DonTheDev's YouTube Video:- How to Become a WordPress Developer in 2022.

I hope these resources help you kickstart your career as a WordPress Developer.

WordPress is a leading CMS platform that powers over 31% of all websites. The reason for its popularity is the ease of use and its affordability. WordPress developers are in high demand, but their salaries vary depending on the country they work in.

The average salary for a wordpress developer is $55,000 per year. However, this figure can vary from one country to another, depending on different factors such as cost of living and average salary across industries. In India, the average salary for a wordpress developer is $17,000 per year while it's $87,000 in Norway.

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Top comments (2)

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Stephen Michael

Hi, just wanted to inform you that your title is wrong, change it to somthing else

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