WordPress Video Tutorials – Introduction & Advanced
33 WordPress video tutorials to help you learn to manage your WordPress website; the video tutorials include tutorials introducing you to the hugely popular web publishing platform, WordPress, to more advance features of installing a plugin, and creating a Child Theme.
Video Tutorials Introduction Chapter 1-12
Video Tutorials includes; WordPress Dashboard; WordPress Posts Vs Pages; WordPress Editor; Creating A WordPress Post.
What Is WordPress?
WordPress.org VS WordPress.com
How To Install WordPress
WordPress Posts Vs Pages
Creating A WordPress Post
Editing WordPress Posts
Creating & Editing WordPress Page
WordPress Creating & Editing Tags
WordPress Adding Images
WordPress Adding Videos
What Is WordPress?Introduction to the popular web publishing platform WordPress, content management system and; demonstrates why it is the most popular web publishing platform today; for creating professional brochure style websites to bespoke e-commerce website and blogs
WordPress.org VS WordPress.comThe major difference between WordPress.com and WordPress.org is who's actually hosting your website. WordPress.org is where you'll find the free WordPress software that you can download and install on your own web server. WordPress.com, on the other hand, takes care of all of the hosting for you.
How To Install WordPressThe best WordPress web hosting companies, have fast unlimited secure bespoke WordPress platforms to host your site, and allows you to install WordPress within few clicks. In most circumstances, installing WordPress is a simple process that takes less than five minutes to complete.
WordPress DashboardVideo introducing you to the dashboard and WordPress content management system(CMS)- to easily manage your own WordPress site pages and posts.
WordPress Posts Vs PagesA WordPress post is what makes up the blog aspect of your site. These are generally news or informational updates about a certain topic or talking point. Posts are listed in reverse chronological order and can be tagged, categorised and even archived on your site.
WordPress EditorUsers with the editor role have the capability to write, edit, publish, and delete posts. This includes posts written by other users. They can also moderate, approve, and delete comments.
Creating A WordPress PostCreating a post is essential for you to know and a key activity which you will do, as well as creating and editing pages on your WordPress website. First you need to log in your site wp-admin panel and go to Posts -> Add New.
Editing WordPress PostsTo edit a post that already exists on your site, go to Posts > All Posts in your WordPress dashboard. Click on the title of the post you want to edit in the list provided. If you have a number of , you can click through each page OR r enter your post's title in the search box.
Creating & Editing WordPress PageCreating a WordPress page is very similar to creating a post in WordPress. But to note, that pages are intended for static content. To edit an existing page, simply click on the relevant Page/Post title, when viewing your list of Pages
WordPress Creating & Editing TagsYou can create new or assign existing tag to your post while adding or editing your post. In your WordPress Dashboard (Administration Panel) go to Posts -> Add new to create a new post or go to Posts -> All Posts to edit one of your existing posts.
WordPress Adding ImagesStep by step tutorial on how to create an image gallery in WordPress.
WordPress Adding VideosStep by step tutorial on how to Add Videos in WordPress Posts
Video Tutorials Chapters:- 1-33
WordPress Video Tutorials : – Chapter 1-12
WordPress Video Tutorials : – Chapter 13-24
WordPress Video Tutorials : – Chapter 25-33
WordPress Plugins Are Optional
WordPress Plugins can extend a WordPress website to do almost anything you can imagine. WordPress plugins are optional, based upon the needs of the user, and they are not incorporated into the core of WordPress. Not all WordPress site users will require plugins, some may need only a few plugins. If you have a blog you will perhaps require plugins to deal with comments, or to customise post listings. But should you require an online store then you would install a plugin such as WP eCommerce alternatively the WooCommerce with other plugins, depending on what your requirements are.