In this session we talk about the difference between the local path and the URL of a file. Both of these are two different kinds of pointers that point to the same place. We discuss what a local path is and give some examples of how it is being used depending upon the hosting environment.
In this beginner series we are exploring all the aspects of the WordPress and Thesis interface. We begin with what the Thesis Site Options are and what they do for your site. In this video we continue to explore the options under Document Head and here we focus on the Canonical URLs. Canonical URLs tell
This is the thirtieth in a series of live lessons on using WordPress and Thesis as a Content Management System (CMS). In this lesson we introduce how to include taxonomy queries in a URL. We’re going to use the native WordPress functionality to add a custom query inside the URLs for the searchable catalog menus.
This is the twenty second in a series of live lessons on using WordPress and Thesis as a Content Management System (CMS). In this lesson we change the permalink structure from the tradition style to a custom structure which allows for semantic URLs (they can be easily read and understood). We make this change because
A member is using the Media Library for uploading and managing PDF files that she is offering for download on her site. Unfortunately she doesn’t like the long and awkward URL that it gets when it is managed by the Media Library. She asks if there is a way to make the URLs shorter and