Build Your First WordPress Website

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Webgyrlz Code is excited to host this virtual event for adults.  The workshop will be conducted by web developer, Shambi Broome. The workshop’s goal is to introduce web design to those with no experience in building websites. Learn the basics of developing a website with a content management system (WordPress) and use this experience as a stepping stone to a career in technology.

What Will You Learn?

  1. Learn what a content management system is & how to sign up for a WordPress account.
  2. How to start customizing your website name and pick your website theme.
  3. Create your first post or page and add basic content.
  4. Search Engine Optimization: How to make sure your website content is optimized for Google.
  5. Plugins: How to use plugins to add features like social media posting to your website.

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Meet the Instructor Shambi Broome:

Shambi is a full-stack web developer with over 15 years of professional experience. She is the owner of JMB Designs, LLC, a web design and Internet marketing company and is the founder on non-profit, Webgyrlz Code.

About Webgyrlz Code

We are a 501(c)(3) nonprofit that focuses on computer science training for girls and women. Training includes web development using HTML & CSS, introduction to animation and game development with Scratch programming, and introduction to mobile app development.  As a community organization we also recognize the need to allow people of all demographics to have a chance to learn about the opportunities in computer science. We consistently work with local school districts, community organizations, and sponsor events that give STEM-based learning opportunities to anyone in our community willing to learn.

Michael Bailey, a trailblazer in the field of photojournalism and a profound political writer, possesses the exceptional ability to distill complex political issues into accessible narratives that resonate with readers of all backgrounds. As the vanguard of the editorial team, Michael not only serves as a new media correspondent but also showcases his distinct talent as a photojournalist. His portfolio is a testament to his expertise in crafting news stories and intimate profiles that vividly portray the cultural, social, economic, and political journeys of minorities, both in South Carolina and beyond. With a rich tapestry of experience spanning media, business, and politics, Michael has emerged as a highly regarded voice and a sought-after commentator, offering invaluable insights into the challenges faced by people of color.

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