[wp-hackers] Learning WordPress and Getting Support

Aero Maxx aero.maxx.d at gmail.com
Sat Dec 15 08:09:23 UTC 2012

Doing that is very time consuming and looses/shifts focus on doing 
something that someone may need to do, and can significantly lengthen 
development time on what it is your working on.

I know what questions to ask, and I have been able to find somethings 
about what I am trying to do but have had very limited success, I am 
just wanting to have some nice seo friendly urls in a plugin instead of 
the ugly ones with question marks in them, would like my urls to be all 
nice and clean throughout my site.

On 14/12/2012 22:38, Drew wrote:
> Daniel,
> 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
> learn.
> Drew
> 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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