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Create a WordPress Website from an HTML Design (Developer Training)


Create a WordPress Website from an HTML Design (Developer Training)

Cost

750$

Duration

Starting date

Ending date


Whether you want a front-end or backend developer, our Phoenix solution can make it as easy as possible for you to create a website. Indeed, Thanks to our approach which combines ACF Pro automation and the Gutenberg editor, creating a site has never been easier. We therefore offer you a two-month training course which will allow you to master the creation of a WordPress website using HTML design.

Formation's goal

This training aims to explain step by step how to transform an HTML design into a functional WordPress website using Phoenix Forge Technologies to automate much of the process.

Training duration

  • Total : 2 months
  • Frequency : 1 session per week
  • Number of sessions : 8

Training program

Week 1: Introduction and Preparations

  1. Introduction to WordPress and Phoenix Forge Technologies
    • WordPress Overview: Features and Benefits
    • Introduction to Phoenix Forge Technologies: Automation and Productivity Gains
    • Installing and Configuring Phoenix Forge
  2. Technical Preparations
    • Prerequisites: Development environment, necessary tools (PHP, MySQL, Apache/Nginx, etc.)
    • Installing WordPress locally and on a server
    • Configuration of versioning tools (Git, GitHub/GitLab)

Week 2: Importing HTML Design

  1. HTML Design Analysis and Preparation
    • Analysis of HTML structure
    • Organization of files and assets (images, CSS, JS)
    • Adaptation of the HTML design for optimal integration
  2. Import into Phoenix Forge Technologies
    • Import Process: Detailed Steps
    • Asset management in Phoenix
    • Post-import verification and adjustment

Week 3: Generation of WordPress Components

  1. Creation of Basic Templates
    • Creation of WordPress templates (header.php, footer.php, index.php, etc.)
    • Automatic generation of components with Phoenix
  2. Customizing Components
    • Customization of generated templates
    • Using WordPress functions (the_title, the_content, etc.)
    • Integration of CSS and JS into templates

Week 4: Dynamization of Sections with Twig and ACF Pro

  1. Introduction to Twig and ACF Pro
    • Twig overview: Syntax and usage
    • Introduction to ACF Pro: Custom Fields and Options
  2. Transformation of Static Sections into Dynamic Sections
    • Using Twig for templates
    • Creating and using ACF fields to boost content
    • Practical example: Creating a dynamic home page

Week 5: Integration of Advanced Features

  1. Adding Custom Features
    • Integration of essential plugins (SEO, security, performance)
    • Custom plugin development
    • Managing shortcodes and widgets
  2. Back-End Customization
    • Creation of Custom Post Types and Taxonomies
    • Customization of the administration interface
    • Managing roles and permissions

Week 6: Optimization and Security of the Site

  1. Performance Optimization
    • Code optimization: Minification, concatenation
    • Using caching tools (WP Super Cache, W3 Total Cache)
    • Optimizing images and static assets
  2. Securing the Website
    • WordPress Security Best Practices
    • Installation and configuration of security plugins
    • Securing the server and databases

Week 7: Testing and Deployment

  1. Testing and Validation
    • Unit testing and integration testing
    • Automated testing tools (PHPUnit, Selenium)
    • Validation of the site according to quality standards
  2. Deployment on the Server
    • Preparing the site for deployment
    • Continuous deployment process with Git
    • Configuring DNS and putting the site online

Week 8: Maintenance and Update

  1. Website Maintenance
    • Best practices for ongoing maintenance
    • Managing WordPress updates, plugins and themes
    • Performance and security monitoring
  2. Practical Workshop and Q&A
    • Realization of a complete practical project
    • Q&A session
    • Feedback and continuous improvement

Materials and Resources Provided

  • Complete documentation on WordPress and Phoenix Forge Technologies
  • Access to tutorial videos and practical guides
  • Dedicated technical support throughout the duration of the training
  • Access to a GitHub/GitLab repository for practical exercises

Conclusion

At the end of this training, participants will be able to transform an HTML design into a complete and functional WordPress website, while using modern automation techniques to optimize their workflow.

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