I am the WordPress Traveller

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Learn to take control of your own WordPress site so that you don’t have to rely on outside help for site changes and maintenance. Learn the tools and tricks of the trade that developers don’t know or won’t teach you. You can learn to manage all aspects of your WordPress project so that you can be the one in control.

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My goal for 2019 is to teach WordPress in all the 50 US states.

Howdy, My name is Elle Gamboa. I’m a web developer & SEO consultant from Los Angeles. I loved building sites and I build them with WordPress. I blog about the web, SEO, and WordPress around here. I teach people around the world ( well not just yet ) how to blog and create their own websites. My goal is to teach people WordPress in all 50 states of the USA. So far I have taught WP in about 12 different cities ( NYC, New Orleans, Nashville, Atlanta, San Francisco, Philadelphia, Sta. Fe, NM, San Diego, etc). If you want to schedule a WordPress training session in your city, my contact link is here.

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Visit my WordPress blogs or workshops on this links.



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WordCamp Central

Learn how to use the Gutenberg Page Builder

I will be headed for the cities of Charlotte, Raleigh, Charleston, & Savannah next. Get more details here.

Matt Mullenweg describes WordPress 5.0 as “WordPress 4.9.8 + Gutenberg.” Naturally, Gutenberg finally replacing the classic editor (and relegating it to a plugin) is the big news here. Get ready for Gutenberg Blocks.