About the course

Kids will master menu creation and navigation, gaining the skills to structure their websites effectively. Media handling will be covered, ensuring students can handle images, videos, and audio, while also learning the importance of website accessibility. We’ll introduce the world of website analytics, delve into contact form creation, and impart best practices for blogging.

Troubleshooting skills will be honed, empowering students to debug common issues. Finally, they’ll embark on personal projects, applying their newfound knowledge in a creative and practical way.


In this lesson kids will understand about Navigation Menus in detail. Kids will also learn about Creating and editing custom menus, Adding pages, posts, and custom links to menus and Customizing menu locations and styles. How these menus  provide a structured way for users to access different sections or pages of a website.

Media handling in WordPress is a crucial aspect of managing digital content on your website. This feature allows users to effortlessly upload, store, and organize various media files, such as images, audio, video, and documents, within the WordPress platform. Media can be seamlessly integrated into posts and pages, enhancing the visual appeal and functionality of your site.

Website analytics in WordPress is a powerful tool for gaining valuable insights into the performance of your website.

By understanding these insights, you can make informed decisions to improve your website’s user experience, content strategy, and overall performance.

Contact forms serve as a convenient and secure way for visitors to get in touch with you, whether it’s for inquiries, feedback, or business inquiries. They also help protect your email address from spam, providing a more efficient means of communication. Having a contact form on the website¬†ensures that your visitors can reach out to you effortlessly, fostering better interaction and establishing a more accessible channel for communication on your site.

A WordPress final project often involves creating a fully functional and customized website, showcasing the student’s proficiency in web design, content creation, and site management.

Successfully completing a WordPress final project not only demonstrates a student’s ability to work independently but also serves as a tangible portfolio piece that can impress potential employers or clients in the field of web development and design, making it a pivotal step towards graduation and a promising career.

Sharing your WordPress website with the world is an exciting step in establishing your online presence. To get started, it’s essential to configure basic privacy settings on your website, ensuring that it’s accessible to the public. This often involves adjusting settings within your WordPress dashboard to allow search engines to index your site, making it discoverable by a global audience.