[wp-hackers] Learning WordPress and Getting Support

Drew xoodrew at gmail.com
Fri Dec 14 22:38:02 UTC 2012


When I started several years ago, I found one of the easiest ways to learn
"the WordPress way" was to help other people in the support forums. I know,
it sounds kinda dumb, learn WordPress by helping people learn WordPress ...
but it works. Usually the biggest problem when getting into something like
WordPress is not knowing which questions to ask. And that's the beauty of
answering support questions in #wordpress (IRC) or in the support forums –
other people ask the questions, you find the answers. And as somebody else
mentioned, the place to *find* the answers is http://codex.wordpress.org .
Answer some questions and read other people's answers it's a great way to


On Fri, Dec 14, 2012 at 3:01 PM, Aero Maxx <aero.maxx.d at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi Guys,
> Whats the best way to learn the wordpress way of doing things and getting
> support when get stuck, as getting limited to no help via this mailing list
> is there something else or another way I should be going about this, how
> did you all get to where you are today and learn the ins and outs of
> wordpress and how to do things within it and its functions.
> I've tried stack exchange generally get no answers there either, and have
> also tried the wordpress support forums, sadly the same there too,
> generally get no meaningful answers.
> Thanks
> Daniel.
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