WordPress is an open source project — meaning there is not one individual, entity, or company that maintains it. Instead, a community of people around the world contribute to WordPress and make it better every day. The WordPress community invites you to contribute as well. It doesn’t matter whether you are a developer, designer, writer, teacher, or just a user: You can be an absolute beginner or a seasoned veteran. If you want to get involved, there are many ways you can contribute. You can visit the wordpress.org website, which outlines all the ways you can help out. Just click here. Below, I’ve summarized the different ways you can help in the WordPress project and included links so you can get started today. 1. Contribute to the WordPress core software Help to make the WordPress software better by writing additional code, fixing bugs, and just helping with development in general. While it may seem daunting to begin contributing to the WordPress software, the WordPress core team invites people of all experience levels to get involved — from those just learning how to code to expert PHP developers. If you’d like to contribute to the Core, you should start by reading through their handbook.
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