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How to Use the Forum – Part 4 – Add a Follow Up Question or Comment to an Existing Topic

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This is the forth part of How to Use the Forum tutorial series. In this session, we discuss how to add a follow-up question or comment to an existing topic. If you find a topic that you are interested in and feel that you need to ask a follow-up question, add comment or suggestion, you

How to Use the Forum – Part 3 – How to Post a Question to the Forum

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This is the third part of How to Use the Forum tutorial series. In this session, we discuss how to post your question on the forum. In short, to post you simply select the forum title where you want to place your question and add a topic. Give your post a title and descriptive name

How to Use the Forum – Part 2 – Figuring Out Where to Post your Question

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This is the second part of How to Use the Forum tutorial series. In this session, we discuss where to place a post or a question. Our forum is organized in several groups: Lessons Questions & Comments, BYOB Thesis Plugins, WordPress, Thesis, Search Engines and Marketing, Members and Site Support. How to Use the Forum

How to Use the Forum – Part 1 – Configure your Forum Profile

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This is the first part of How to Use the Forum tutorial series. In this session, we discuss how to configure your forum profile. When logged in to the forum the first time, you will be redirected to your profile and since the forum is a community it is very beneficial to add some basic

Lesson 11 – Part 4 – Add Member’s Forum Posts

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Okay, so the next thing we’re going to do then is… we’re going to add personalized forum options here. In particular, what we’re going to do is display forum posts as they apply to a specific individual. So for example, on the dashboard, I’m going to have it set to display all of my posts

Lesson 11 – Part 1 – Add Member Profile

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Today we’re going to talk about how to personalize the user experience. In particular, we’ll talk about how to make user specific information on the dashboard and on other pages, and then how to have content specific information on the content pages so that the content matches the location of the person that is viewing

Lesson 8 – Part 7 – Configure Simple:Press Forum Other Settings

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So then we have a few other settings that we want to address. The first one is under Configuration, and in particular Code and Query Optimizations. So the thing here is that you can reduce the amount of Javascript that is loaded and increase the speed of your site if you turn off the things

Lesson 8 – Part 6 – Configure Simple:Press Forum Profiles

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Profile Settings Then we have forum profiles. If we come down here to profiles and look at our options, I think you should let members choose their display name. You want to choose what their profile links to. I like having it linked to their avatar although it could link to an icon or to

Lesson 8 – Part 4 – Configure Simple:Press Forum Options

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Welcome back, everybody. We have finished some of the hard part, or intellectually challenging part, of configuring all of these things so they work together. The rest of this is going to be quite a bit simpler. Simple:Press Forum has literally hundreds of settings and we are not going to look at all of them,

Lesson 8 – Part 3 – Configure Simple:Press Forum Permissions – Permissions

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Now if we come over here to permissions and we look at Manage Permissions, you can see we have already established six sets of permissions. “No Access”, “Read Only Access”, “Limited Access”, “Standard Access”, “Full Access”, and “Moderator Access”. Create a Membership Website – Simple:Press Forum Permission Sets “No Access” means that forum group is

Lesson 8 – Part 2 – Configure Simple:Press Forum Permissions – User Roles

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We are going to configure the Simple:Press Forum permissions based upon their user roles. So the first thing to do there is to look at User Groups. Let’s just take a look at forums for a moment. Create a Membership Website – Configure Simple:Press Forum User Groups On this forum I have created two user

Lesson 8 – Part 1 – User Configuration

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Good morning everybody and welcome to this, our eighth week of “How to Make a Membership Website” live class. We are rearranging the schedule just a little bit. Since I started the installation of Simple:Press last week, we are going to do what I originally had scheduled for Week 9 today, in Week 8. We

Lesson 8 – Configure Simple:Press Forum

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In this eighth lesson, Configure Simple:Press Forum, of our How to Create a Membership Website course we go through all of the settings and components of the plugin and show how to configure them. We begin with user configuration discussing how WordPress user roles, WP eMember membership levels and Simple:Press user groups work together. Then

Lesson 7 – Part 3 – Install Simple:Press Forum

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This is really a brand new big subject, How to Install Simple:Press Forum. If you go to the site you’ll see under Week 7 Resources I have Simple:Press Forum Instructions form. And I encourage you before you do anything else to go ahead and download this and look it over. This is actually the Read