WPFAQ.org E-Book, How to easily get more out of WordPress Blog engine


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WPFAQ.org E-Book

My very own mission and the goal of this E-Book is to show you what you can do in WordPress in addition to the obvious things. Explain in plain English without using unnecessary technical jargon how to achieve the effect you want in steps which are simple to follow even with no technical knowledge. In other words the goal is to provide you the tools to easily get more out of WordPress.

In addition to the content of the WPFAQ.org website the WPFAQ.org E-Book also instructions about: Auto-Fading photos slideshow, Random text or images (or random anything else), Floating menu (or float anything else), Sliding image menu, Accordion menu, Background slideshow, Five Star rating system (Bonus Chapter) and much more… which are not discussed on the website.

The book will also save you a lot of time since you don’t have to spend your time searching for a solution on Google and figure out how it works anymore. It’s all there. And if it isn’t you could suggest me to include a chapter about it in a future update.

Table of contents: free .pdf download or open in browser (opens in a new window)

Free sample: free .pdf download or open in browser (opens in a new window)

Current version: 1.5.2 (10/2012) (release history) (get update)

Price: 12$ (Updates are free)



Thank you for buying this E-Book,
Cédric

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Cédric Giger

About Cédric Giger

Cédric Giger was born on September 15th 1986 in the city of Lugano (Switzerland). Since the end of 2006 he's living in Basel. After studying an year of psychology and an year of economics he's looking forward to become a social worker someday. Aside from cycling, photography and good music he has a big passion for languages. His very own mission is to try to make things easier for other people especially for what concerns website building.

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