WordPress Video Tutorials – How To Manage Your Site
WordPress Video Tutorials to help you manage your WordPress website, from introduction to the popular Web Publishing platform, to more advance tutorials, of installing a plugin, and creating a Child Theme.
Video Tutorials Chapters 13-24
Video Tutorials includes:- WordPress Post Formats; Creating A Navigation Menu; Managing Comments; Using Media Library; Creating Links in Post Content; Changing the Theme.
WordPress Post Formats
Creating A Navigation Menu
Using Media Library
Creating Links in Post Content
Changing the Theme
Adding & Setting Up Widgets
Install A WP Plugin
Import & Export Feature
WordPress Post FormatsIntroduction to WordPress Post Formats. Post formats act as a different way of grouping posts, allowing you to define the kind of post content you are publishing. Once posts are grouped by format, you can choose to arrange posts together,
Creating A Navigation MenuCreate Navigation menus on your WordPress website. Watch the tutorial to know more.
Managing CommentsYou have full control over what comments appear on site's your posts and pages: you can approve, delete, or edit any comments left on your site. Watch the tutorial to know more.
Using Media LibraryMedia → Library. Media consists of the images, video, recordings, and files that you upload and use in your blog. Media is typically uploaded and inserted into the content when writing a Post or writing a Page.
Creating Links in Post ContentCreating Links in Post Content - inks (hyperlinks) are an important part of your website's content strategy and user experience. You can use internal and external links to guide your readers to relevant and valuable content. This makes discovering your content more comfortable and will help keep your readers engaged in your content.
Changing the ThemeThe beauty of WordPress is that it makes it very easy for users to change themes. It is literally few clicks away.
Adding & Setting Up WidgetsA WordPress Widget is a small block that performs a specific function. You can add these widgets in sidebars also known as widget-ready areas on your web page. WordPress widgets were originally created to provide a simple and easy-to-use way of giving design and structure control of the WordPress theme to the user. Watch the tutorial to know more.
Install A WP PluginThis Video takes you through how you add a plugin to a WordPress page?
Step 2: Log in to your WordPress dashboard. ...
Step 3: Click “Add New” at the top of the page.
Step 4: Find or upload the plugin
Step 5: Click Install Now
Step 6: Activate the plugin
Step 7: If applicable, insert your API key
Step 8: If needed, configure the settings
Step 9: Check the front end of your site
Updating WordPressUpdate your WordPress website to the latest version. The tutorial will go through how you can update to the latest WordPress version and use the new updated features on your website.
Import & Export FeatureImport & Export Feature Learn how to use the import and export features on your WordPress website. It allows you to move:
1. Posts, pages and other custom post types
3. Custom fields and post meta
4. Categories, tags and terms from custom taxonomies Authors
Manage SettingsManage the WordPress settings, as a webmaster, it is important that you know how to manage the settings for your WordPress website. - Watch the tutorial to know more.
Useful ToolsLearn how to use the most important tools on your WordPress website in the above video tutorial.
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
In the video tutorials you will come across tutorials on installing WordPress plugins. WordPress plugins can extend a WordPress website to do almost anything you can imagine. WordPress plugins are optional, based upon what you want your website to do. Plugins 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.