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  1. YouTube and build a website. Getting in the trenches is the only way. Find the answers as you hit problems.

    WP is too diverse to give you a roadmap.

    But a good start is an intro to the admin area, web server folder structure/hierarchy, and database as a framework of understanding.

  2. There are a lot of beginner tutorials on Youtube, from installing a theme to consuming external Restful APIs.

    There is a lot of material on the internet that could also help you to get started.

  3. The website WPBeginner was very helpful to me for learning about the basics of WordPress. Other than that exploring a [WordPress.com](https://WordPress.com) blog versus a hosted [WordPress.org](https://WordPress.org) blog can help you understand the differences in features between the two and what features are native WordPress features. Hope this helps!

  4. Install a local host for free and just start with a blog first. Nothing else.
    – Install a theme
    – Add a blog

    See how editor works. Play around it.
    Then Pages would be easier for you.

    You can further install plugins one by one.

    This is the easiest way to get started.

 

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