In WordPress content can be published as either a post or a page. Both have very different purposes. To set-up and structure your website correctly, it is important that you understand the difference to avoid problems later.
Archives for October 2014
Without plugins WordPress would not be that impressive. Learn how to research, find, and manage plugins for your websites and discover some of the best practices so that you can minimize issues with your website.
Continuing form the previous video about menus, here you will learn about creating sub menus and also learn some best practices for creating the optimal user experience.
WordPress does make customizing menus easy and they do offer many advanced features. In this training you will learn all you need to know to customize your menus and make navigating your site a breeze.
In this WordPress theme video I go over the basics of how themes are customized and what to expect when you install a theme. In general, when you activate a theme, it will have theme options. Some will display under the appearance menu, and some themes will have an expanded menu unique to itself. The […]
Having the correct permalink structure is a must for SEO. In this video you will receive training on how to set them up in WordPress and learn the basics of what make a good URL even better.
Just some basic clean up items after the you install WordPress. None of these are deal breakers but good to know nevertheless.
The WordPress dashboard and admin bar can help give you fast and easy access to different parts of WordPress and also provide valuable assistance in finding additional resources.
FTP is a fancy name for moving or transfer files from one location to another. In this training you will learn how use Filezilla, a free FTP program, to transfer files from your computer to your web hosting account.
If you need to upgrade WordPress to the latest version manually, or if you have been hacked and need to fix your current installation of WordPress, then this video is for you. From start to finish I walk you through downloading the latest version of WordPress from wordpress.org to FTPing the files to the server and I also cover important considerations when doing this advanced procedure.