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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

Lesson 7 – Part 4 – Create the Pages

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We’re going to start off here by actually creating pages. This is our page outline, right? We’ve got our Finished Projects, our Testimonials, Services, About and Article. Those are our main pages and then inside of some of those main pages, there are subpages. For example, inside of finished projects is West Seattle view home,

Lesson 12 – Part 2 – Organizing Content in WordPress

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The next thing we're going to talk about is organizing content in WordPress. Right now, we have a sense of the terminology of the WordPress Content Management System. Now, we're going to talk about organizing content in WordPress. To start that off, we're going to talk about the inherent organization in WordPress because if you

Lesson 12 – Part 1 – WordPress and Genesis as a Content Management System (CMS)

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Good evening everybody and welcome to this Thursday evening edition of How to Build a Professional Website Using the Genesis theme and WordPress. This is Lesson 12 and tonight, we will be talking about how to add blog functionality to a Genesis theme site. We're going to start off this conversation with terminology that may

How to Identify the Home Page and Blog Page in the Colorway Theme

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In this session we show how to identify the home page and blog page in the ColorWay Theme. We select a template for the page that we want to be the posts page because the theme is configured so that the front page is automatically the home page as soon as widgets are added. Member: 

Lesson 8 – Part 1 – Understanding the Parts of a Genesis/Agency Page

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Good evening everybody and welcome to lesson 8 of the How to Build a Professional Website Using the Genesis theme and WordPress. Tonight what we're going to talk about what a Genesis page is constructed of. What we're going to do is to set up the appearance of our site using Genesis Theme and WordPress

Lesson 12 – Part 2 – Organizing Content in WordPress

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Inherent Organization in WordPress The first part of organizing content in WordPress is the inherent organization that exists in WordPress. By inherent organization what I mean is, organization that exists without you doing anything. WordPress has some organization that is automatic and that is inherent. It also has some organization that requires you to take

Lesson 12 – Add Blog Functionality to the Site

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In Lesson 12 of our Build a Professional Services Website using the Thesis theme and WordPress we show how to add a blog to your small business website. We begin by talking about using WordPress as a Content Management System (CMS). We discuss what a CMS is and go through WordPress terminology for available content

How to Create a Page With No Sidebars

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In this session we show how to turn off sidebars in a page by simply selecting a “No Sidebar” template in the Page Attributes. Okay so next we’ve got Mr. Makowski. Brian, how are you doing? Hey, I’m good Rick. Can you hear me? I can hear you just fine. Let’s see, so you have

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 1 – Part 3 – WordPress Site Structure

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Before we take questions and before we close, I want to talk briefly about the site structure. Now as you probably already know, WordPress has four native structural elements. It has pages, posts, categories, and tags. Create a Membership Website – Pages A page is a piece of static content. So on my site, for

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

Community Library Website

This is a 61 part case study on how to set up a community library website, how to organize materials, display them and style the site. Many intermediate techniques are used in this extensive WordPress and Thesis series.

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.