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WordPress 3.9 Crash Course – Part 24 – Understanding WordPress Page Settings

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The next thing we're going to take a look at in this WordPress 3.9 Crash Course are the Page Settings. We're going to start on this page and the way we're going to get to that is from the edit page button here on the top of the admin bar. Just click Edit Page. This

Create a Magazine Style Blog Site with Thesis 2 – Part 8 – Reorganize Pages

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Now we're going to come over to pages and organize them. We've got a shorter page list to work with now. Notice there’s 1st Trimester, 2nd Trimester and 3rd Trimester and then we come down here to Pregnancy. Really, 1st Trimester ought to be under Pregnancy and these ought to be on the 1st Trimester.

Create a Magazine Style Blog Site with Thesis 2 – Part 4 – Organizing Content in WordPress

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If you have a page that you want to display all of your posts of a given category, that page is called a Category Archive page and we're going to be spending essentially all of our time looking at styling and organizing Category Archive pages but that's what that Category page is, it's called a

Lesson 12 – Part 2 – Organizing Content in WordPress

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WordPress has some inherent organization. There’s organization that is automatically built in to WordPress that is going to be there no matter what you do. And you see that in the first place with pages. Pages are automatically hierarchical and no typical WordPress taxonomies apply. That means pages are not organized by date. Pages aren’t

Lesson 7 – Part 3 – Using WordPress Tools to Organize the Site

WordPress gives you a couple of sets of tools to help you organize your site. You don’t just have to organize this on your own. There are some mechanisms inside of WordPress that you can employ to get this organization set up. And really, principally, there are two sets of tools. It’s important that you

What’s Wrong with Using In-line Styles?

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In this session, we discuss why it is bad practice to use inline styles. If you frequently use inline styles, you may find yourself at a place where you want them all changed to another style. This can be difficult because you need to go through all the elements where ever you have placed them

The Difference between Post and Pages

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In this beginner series we are exploring all the aspects of the WordPress and Thesis interface. In this video we explain the difference between Posts and Pages in WordPress. A post is content that you can categorize and tag and then sort through by categories, tags and dates. A page is content that does not

How Pagination Works

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We look at the WordPress pagination system and how the next and previous links work in order of pages. By default posts are displayed with the latest post first. Pagination appears to operate backwards with page 1 showing the most recent post, page 2 showing earlier posts and so on. You could set up your

Lesson 2 – Part 2 Using Page Order to Organize your Pages

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In this part of the lesson we’re going to discuss why WordPress Page Order is a very useful tool in helping you organize your e-commerce pages so that you can find them later. I’m going to show you from our demonstration e-commerce website exactly what I’m talking about. If you log into your Dashboard you