2012 saw two major releases of WordPress. The latest update by the name of Elvin brought improvements and enhancements including features both for web developers and writers. Still the indivual skill level is dominated by the need to understand older functions and components that have been around eversince. It is only then that you will be able to become a real professional and develop abilities to use the full power of this framework. Generally, acquaintance with WordPress starts with a thorough study of the documentation, but, you are sure to agree, this information is dry as a desert and really hard to be taken in. As a consequence you will soon turn to other educational material, such as tutorials or articles recommended by others. Nevertheless, tutorials are more preferable to those who have a lot of time and can fully enjoy the benefits of them, but if you want to quickly indulge and satisfy the need for knowledge you should definitely stock up yourself with a bunch of infographics that represent at least part of the needed information in a friendly, easily understandable manner.
Data Visualization and WordPress CMS
A large number of various infographics have been created over the period og the last few years in order not only to show statistics in the most appropriate way, but also allow beginners to learn something new and useful. Surfing the web you can find infographics that respond to essential questions, such as advertising or what plugins should be installed in any website, or briefly shown tips and tricks for web developers including basic functions or advanced expertise. There is no limit of diversion.
For starters you can begin with our small but really comprehensive collection of detailed and versatile WordPress infographics.
So, do you have your own beloved infographics dedicated to WordPress? How do they help you? If you want to add something new to our collection tell us in the comments below. Let’s create a large list of WP infographics.
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