6 Places to Get WordPress Help


It is not rare to be perplexed and even discouraged when building or using a WordPress website. Also, seasoned WordPress experts need assistance from time to time! Fortunately, there are various resources available to assist you in finding the solution to your dilemma. And if you’re always scratching your head on how to repair your site, some amazing resources provide WordPress-specific assistance.

1. WordPress.org Support


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WordPress.org is the most obvious choice when finding help in WordPress development. This forum is a great place to begin when you have WordPress issues, especially for newbies. It is moderated by volunteers worldwide who are experts in WordPress.

2. Stackexchange.com


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This platform is free and you don’t have to sign-up for an account. It is suited for more advanced questions which are rated by using votes. The top-rated answers will get you to the top and marked as the best answers. Since it is more advance, the questions involve are all about pure coding.

Stack Exchange involves a lot of friendly developers that are willing to help each other to build great websites.

3. Facebook Groups


Facebook groups are a great source of help also for WordPress. One of them is the Advanced WordPress Facebook Group which is the best place to meet other WordPress developers to share ideas, tips and tricks, and many more. They cater to both newbie and advance WordPress questions. They have friendly administrators, too.

4. Wpmudev.com Support


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They do not only answer only about WPMU itself but they also entertain other WordPress-related questions. The care team answers over 3,000 WordPress-related questions per month – and responds to most of them in less than an hour. Since the team has team members based all over the world, there is always someone on hand to answer your live chat, support forum, or email questions 24/7.

One of the great things about volunteering in the WPMU DEV support forums is that when you help out other members, you can earn scores towards a free lifetime membership.

5. The WPMRR Podcast


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If you are into podcasts, there are a lot of website development podcasts that we can listen to. One of the examples is WPMRR Podcast. It is a great way to stay up-to-date with what’s happening in website development that is focusing more on WordPress.

The downside with it is you can’t ask questions during a podcast unless it’s presented live but the great the cool side of it is you can listen to it while driving or doing other stuff.

6. Stackoverflow


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Who doesn’t know Stackoverflow? It is the most popular forum that has a lot of communities. From programming questions to design development, they are kind enough to answer the newbie’s questions.

The downside of it is some answers are outdated though some are still working.

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