WordPress Developers

9 results from Eastern Europe

Wordpress - one of the most popular and widely used Content Management Systems (CMS) in the digital world today, open source and free to use, with a commercial version.

Bogdan M.

UA

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Full time

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CEO | WordPress Developer

While coding I follow WordPress standards and cutting-edge technologies.

I guarantee responsibility in keepeng all the contracts with clients.

Igor S.

UA

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Full time

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Full-stack WordPress Developer

Responsible, communicative, work well individually and in team, willing to travel.

Galina Z.

UA

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Full time

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WordPress Developer

In work and life, I do my best to do my job thoroughly and have an optimistic attitude.

Vitaliy K.

UA

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Full time

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WordPress Developer

A full range of Wordpress development(themes, plugins,wordpress network multisiting, Multilanguage wordpress sites)

Dmytro T.

UA

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Full time

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WordPress Developer

I’m a Wordpress developer with extensive experience in building high quality sites.

Elena Z.

UA

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Full time

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Web Developer

I am detail-oriented WordPress Developer with extensive experience with WordPress plugins and widgets.

Denis M.

UA

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Full time

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Web Developer

I’m a full-stack developer. I’ve been in IT for more than seven years and have an experience working in such a large company

Andrii G.

UA

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Full time

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PHP WordPress Developer

Web development for backend/frontend

Alona M.

UA

Remote job

Full time

Available now

Web developer and designer

5+ years of experience in Web Dev & design

What skills should Wordpress developers have?

In case of WordPress it’s quite easy to hire an over-experienced developer, making them bored at work, and unnecessarily increasing HR costs for project managers.

So it’s important to hire based on the scope of the website that has to be built – a simple landing page won’t require extensive web development experience, but a multi-site system will be much harder to build, and thus require larger experience.

A great WordPress developer knows just how to tweak and fine-tune the system to meet any website’s needs, without compromising security with unnecessary and untrustworthy plugins, and without messing up the back-end.

The necessary skillset of a WordPress developer depends on the requirements of the website that needs to be built. It depends on what functionalities are expected, on how many people will be using the website, on how much control over the content is required, and what type of data the site is going to use.

In some cases, managers might want to hire a front-end developer only to create a custom theme for their WordPress website, however a good way to save costs is to use one the endless readymade WordPress themes (a lot of them are free to use).

WordPress developers should have a deep understanding of CSS (selectors, properties), HTML and best practices for manipulating HTML elements, and experience working with different web development frameworks, libraries and preprocessors like LESS and Bootstrap.

Another great addition to the WordPress developer skillset is experience with JavaScript and AJAX – knowing how JS interacts with HTML and CSS, and what AJAX calls are used for.

At its core, WordPress uses several JS libraries, so knowing libraries like Angular can come in handy for the developer.

Knowledge of PHP, the fundamental language in WordPress, is another important skill. WordPress uses a relational database management system, so knowing SQL and MySQL is key to understanding the WordPress database structure.

Do you need a Wordpress developer for your project?

WordPress is one of the most popular and widely used Content Management Systems (CMS) in the digital world today. It is open source and free to use.

It is available as complete, packaged software for running, customizing and maintaining a functional website. The first version of this system was unveiled in 2003.

It is said that a WordPress website can be effectively deployed even by users without technical knowledge, although since the introduction of the commercial, subscription-based WordPress.com, the open-source version has grown in complexity to a point where it’s hard to manage a WordPress site without the help of a specialised developer.

Developers who have experience with PHP, CSS, Sass, HTML, and JavaScript, are able to build virtually any website project based on WordPress, and non-technical people can still use the administrative panel at the heart of the system, which allows content creation, customization and publishing.

The functionalities of WordPress can be extended with an almost endless choice of plugins, API integrations, widgets, and themes.

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