- At the end of this course students should have an understanding of the physical structure of WordPress, and understand and implement two different ways to migrate a WordPress site from a local computer or domain, to another online hosting server
- Anyone interested in becoming a WordPress web developer
- People that build WordPress websites for customers
- Anyone interested in exploring and experimenting with WordPress offline
- People that wish to migrate a WordPress site from one domain to another
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With over 25 years experience in the I.T. industry, Jamie has huge experience in many different fields. Originally from England, Jamie moved to the US in 2007 working for an I.T. company in Tennessee. Now a free lance web developer specializing in WordPress, HTML5, CSS3, Joomla and Bootstrap, Jamie also has his own I.T. company near Knoxville in Tennessee, and is keen to pass his skills on to the ever growing web development world.