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Learn to Be a WordPress Developer With Our New Bundle

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Want to get started as a WordPress developer? This bundle gives you everything you need in one convenient place. Across 6 courses with 32 hours of video, you'll learn the fundamentals of website design, HTML, CSS, PHP and JavaScript, plus specific skills on how to develop your own WordPress themes and plugins. 

The best part? It's just $59 (a saving of 60% on the $150 value of included courses). Head to the bundle page to preview the Courses and learn more.

What You'll Learn

  • HTML & CSS essentials
  • PHP fundamentals
  • JavaScript fundamentals
  • WordPress theme & plugin development
  • How to sell your WordPress themes

You may also like to take advantage of these free Tuts+ courses:

Step Up to the Launchpad

So if you're serious about becoming a WordPress developer, step up to the launchpad and get started!

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