In February of 2008, WPMU Tutorials blog was created to help pass on information learned about WordPress MU. Focusing on the how-to for both new users and more experienced developers, it quickly became a go-to source for WordPress Multi site information.

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  • 28 easy video tutorials!
  • Includes these 3 courses:
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  • Basic WordPress SEO
  • Theme Customization


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  • All current courses: 117 videos!
  • Includes these 8 courses:
  • WordPress Essential
  • Basic WordPress SEO
  • Theme Customization
  • WordPress Security
  • Content Creation
  • WordPress Speed Optimization
  • WordPress eCommerce
  • Traffic Generation


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  • Includes these future courses:
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  • WordPress Multisite
  • ...and many more!


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