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Using Pages

Create the Pages

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Now that you know how pages and posts matter for site structure, we're are going to begin by creating pages. We will get to adding blog functionality a bit later in this process of creating a Professional Services Website. We've got an outline of our pages that we just looked at. This is the website

Lesson 3 – Part 6 – Configuring WordPress to be Like a Traditional Website

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We just finished talking about the 3 Different Ways to Use WordPress and now we’re going to look at one of those ways, using WordPress as a traditional or static website, in depth. In order to use WordPress as a static site for a small business you have to set some configurations because as I

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

Lesson 7 – Part 5 – Create the Pages

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WordPress Categories What we're going to talk about next is how to create these pages in WordPress. Kim notes that she thinks one of the most difficult things to do is to figure out how to use categories. We are going to talk about categories in a couple of weeks in several sessions when we

Lesson 2 – Part 3 – Membership Website, Create the Initial Pages

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Now we’re going to talk about setting up the initial pages. And just to remind you we are creating this membership site that sells access to individual courses for a fee. Its courses are going to have a set fee, they are going to have a limited duration of access, and then continued access is

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

Lesson 2 – Part 3 Creating the Main Pages of our E-Commerce Site

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In the third part of this lesson we will create all of our main pages for our WordPress and Thesis based e-commerce website. We will be creating our Home, Catalog, a couple of Product type pages, a Customer Support, About , Blog and then a couple of hidden pages, Thank You and a Download page.

Lesson 2 – Creating the Pages and Posts for Our E-Commerce Website

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Please note that this course has been replaced with the new "Sell Your Digital Products with WP eStore" In this video tutorial we will create all of the pages and posts in WordPress and Thesis to create an e-commerce website.  We will be using pages for catalogs and product types as well as for our