Best Selling Instructor, 70,000 + Students
My passion is teaching people through online courses in a fun and entertaining manner. I have been teaching online for about 3 years now and during this period, I have created over 25 different courses with more than 50,000 students registered worldwide.
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Would you like to learn how you can establish a successful career as a web developer?
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If you want to do any of these things, just enroll in the course and I'm always improving my courses so that they stay up to date and the best that they can be. Check them out, and enroll today!
MORE ABOUT ALEX:
We all have one shot at life and as such, I believe in living life to the fullest. This means constantly stepping out of my comfort zone by visiting new places and trying out new things. My relative success on Udemy has given me both financial freedom and the ability to be location independent. I am currently travelling around the world spending about a month in one city (current location is Chiang Mai, Thailand) before moving on to the next.
My hobbies include watching movies, sports and playing chess. I am also a huge Dead by Daylight gamer.
Good info on using Gutenberg blocks, well presented and without any time wasting.
I tried getting a good understanding of the Gutenberg editor jumping around looking at YouTube videos but it was driving crazy. I found Master the WordPress Gutenberg Editor by Alexander Oni and had my eureka, aha moment. Awesome!
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Thought it about time I 'bit the bullet' and tried Gutenberg. Nice structured way to get into it. Thanks
Michael Stuart Kelly
This has been one of the most useful tutorials I have taken on a Wordpress page builder. I started out with page builders like Elementor, Kadence Blocks and so on, but I kept bumping up into stupid problems. Even though I will keep using such page builders, they all sit on top of Gutenberg. So knowing the basic beginner stuff about Gutenberg solved about 99% of my problems with them.
Mr. Oni is a great teacher. He takes time to explain what a thing is and shows you what it looks like, but also how to get the same result elsewhere (like when there are three different buttons for the same thing). He also teaches you how to "think" in blocks for page building, if that makes sense. What I mean is that after this course, it is easy to go through a tutorial for another page builder like Elementor without thinking you are in the middle of a Kafka universe.
On the downside, I wish he would use a mouse cursor enhancer when he clicks on something. Often I found myself looking hard at the changes on a page and not at the controls over on the right. Then when he would say, "Click this," and the image would change, I wouldn't see what he clicked. So I would have to go back. A large bubble or something right before he clicks would call attention to my eyes. A zoom-in, also, would be awesome. But that's just a small quibble.
A bigger one (but still a quibble, not a complaint) is that the whole first half is a beginner tutorial on the web hosting company Siteground, which he pitches pretty hard. Siteground is a good company among many good companies, so just skip that part of the tutorial if you use another. That's what I did.
As to getting your feet wet with Gutenberg editor, I recommend this course highly. Right now, as I write this, it's in the middle of 2020. I found this course to be just as relevant as if it were made today. I can pick up what is missing elsewhere. Especially now that I can "think" in blocks (meaning I know what to look for).
Have watched about a third of the course. First course with the webmonkey. I like it a lot. Great course. Not a wasted minute.
it was awesome. i love this course.