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How to Make WordPress Multilingual Using a Free Polylang Plugin
 
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I'm going to show you how to make WordPress site multilingual we gonna go ahead and add a plugin called Polylang so let's go to plugins and add new and then in the search box on the right we going to enter Poly lung when the surgery salt is returned click activate the plugin is installed and we see it here in the plugin listing I know we're ready to go ahead and configure so the first step is to set up so the first step is to define which language we would like our website to be presented in so will navigate to the language icon unselected languages from this drop down at the top we'll first pick English and add to the list the we'll search for French. On the table over here the black star shows which is the default language. The message on the top of the screen here is warning us that some posts don’t have a language allocated. This means there's a risk of the viewer not seeing them if a language is selected. We'll click this link to resolve, and allocate them all the default language in our case English. Let’s see how this looks in the post section. There are two new column - one each for the languages i selected. The tick in the column means the post is setup as that language, clicking the + would create a corresponding post in that language As an example let's use the hello world post. It's setup as an English post, and when we click the plus in the French column a new post is created/. We'll add a title and some content. Notice on this side the language is set as English. The translation equivalent post is shown as Hello world. If you were to click the pencil you could select another post to be paired as the translation This language selector menu option is going to solve this problem, select it and add it to the menu. In the options, my preference is to have a drop down, with flag and language name - but you can experiments and see what works for you. We'll click save on the menu and see how that looks. The selector appears, and we can switch between English and French, but nothing changes when we do. The next thing we're going to do is setup a French equivalent menu. Just like we did a moment ago with the hello world post. We'll make a new menu, and in the location manager we’ll define it as the one to display when French is selected. Remember to add the language selector here as well... and then choose the new menu as the French one. Another check on the website, and we're still not getting any closer. The reason here is that the system won’t display a blank - the only thing we have provided a translation for is the hello world post - and that is not part of this page or menu structure. The system cannot find any French equivalents to the English content, so it cannot display anything Let's change this home page temporarily to illustrate this. We'll go to settings then reading. Select your latest posts. Now we see the hello world post on the home page - among several other post on the site. When we change to French, we are now getting somewhere. The system hides all the English posts, and displays the ones that are setup as French. If we switch languages back the English posts are show again as we’d expect. If we open this post, and then switch languages, the system will show the page we indicated was the translated for hello world. This is great if you want your blog posts on your home page, but most people don’t. So let’s set this up for pages now as well. On the pages grid we see the same two columns - a tick indicates the language, and the + allows you to create a linked translation page. When a page has an association you'll see a pencil icon here, like we did on the posts grid. When we started, the website was setup to use this home page as the homepage. Let's click on the + to create a French translation page. Returning to the website, we see the home page is restored, but when we change language, we only see this line of text, not the fully featured page Unfortunately there is now some real work required. Let's take a look at the setup of this home page. It's made up of sections and text blocks and headings and a bunch of other elements and objects. All we entered in the French equivalent was that one sentence. You will need to create the home pages, and all the other pages, in French -ensuring each is linked to an English counterpart as we have seen. That's about if for this demonstration of poly Lang and the principles for setting up your website to be multi lingual. As a final comment, I will mention WordPress Multilingual - WPML. If you don’t mind paying for this plugin you may find it event more flexible and functional that polylang or other free plugins out there. WPML compatible themes: https://colorlib.com/wp/wpml-compatible-wordpress-themes/ - premium https://colorlib.com/wp/free-wordpress-themes/ - free
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Basic seo ( search engine optimization ) principles for Wordpress
 
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all you need to know about seo for wordpress
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Wordpress Web Design: User Experience Optimization (UX Design) in these 6 Steps
 
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Steal my top converting web designs here: http://bit.ly/webblueprints. User Experience Optimization or UXO is the process of making your website a more engaging. This is where viewers are actually clicking, scrolling, and participating in the content on the page. I'll outline a few simple tactics in this video. ************************************ Wanna hire me? We build websites and create high-converting video marketing campaigns: http://bit.ly/hireVideospot1 ************************************ Subscribe to my life: http://bit.ly/vsvlog Get Socialistic ************************** My website: http://thevideospot.net Facebook: http://Facebook.com/yourvideospot Twitter: http://Twitter.com/owenhemsath Instagram: http://instagram.com/owenhemsath Snapchat: owenhemsath Video Notes: --------------------------- UXO or User Experience Optimization can include a lot of really cool or non traditional techniques that you build into your page in order to engage with your website visitors. Google wants to see that your visitors are actually a part of the content experience and therefore is ranking pages more often based on the ability to keep a viewer on your page. Here are some user experience optimization techniques that I cover in this video: Read More links- add a read more link or dropdown to your pages in order to entice your readers to stay more engaged. This process can be set up and managed in your Google analytics. Infographics- taller images especially are valuable for user experience as tall images require the user to continuously scroll through your page in order to read their content. List post example- Go beyond the top 10 list Studies show that the larger your list the longer you’ll keep the viewer on the page. Experiment with 25 things, 37 ideas, etc. Here’s an example of a list post I did about SEO: http://bit.ly/1BTzGqz Rating Widget Link- this is a great technique for getting click in the SERPs. With this tactic, your web page will display with a Yelp-like rating and entice more viewers to click. Here’s an example I use: https://wordpress.org/plugins/rating-widget/ PS- I don’t use this anymore bc it conflicts with my theme. Arrow button- use an arrow button at the fold of your page in order to keep users reading and scrolling, then reading and scrolling. Video and Video Playlists- this is a favorite technique of mine and one that we’ll be using a lot of with the new Facebook video embed feature. Watching a video obviously keeps them on the page longer and playlists can be combined with list posts as well. Don’t forget to like us on Facebook! http://bit.ly/vsFacebook
Views: 2620 Owen Video
SEO Training 2018: How To Drive 10X FREE Traffic + WordPress : The Principles
 
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Single responsibility principle in WordPress plugins
 
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While writing my code, I try to stick to the SOLID principles and to the Single Responsibility principle in particular. In this video I'm demonstrating how you can find single responsibility violations in your code and how you can quickly refactor your code.
Views: 206 Coen Does Dev
How to use WordPress - Navigating the WordPress Dashboard
 
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How to Launch a Self-Hosted WordPress Blog in 20 Minutes or Less
 
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Set up your own self-hosted Wordpress blog in 20 minutes with this free tutorial! Bestselling author and entrepreneur Michael Hyatt walks you through the process in this easy-to-follow video and screencast. He recommends Bluehost as a hosting provider (to get a special discount, request a PDF of these instructions on Michael’s blog at http://michaelhyatt.com/ez-wordpress-setup.html ), but the basic principles will work with any provider you choose. Self-hosting your blog gives you more freedom to customize and optimize your online space. For more great resources on building an online platform and increasing your influence, visit http://michaelhyatt.com/.
Views: 35603 Michael Hyatt
How To Make A Beautiful Online Course Website With WordPress ( NEW 2018 VERSION )
 
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In this detailed video tutorial, I will teach you how to build beautiful online course website, step by step, using WordPress, the Astra Theme, and LifterLMS. More details are coming to this description, including a full table of contents. Some links: Hosting: https://OrderNewHosting.com Astra: https://www.wpcrafter.com/astra Elementor: https://www.wpcrafter.com/elementor Custom CSS: https://www.dropbox.com/s/g0brp6baopl0lmr/LifterLMS%20CSS.txt?dl=0 Sales Page Template: https://www.dropbox.com/s/vk0f70nr0ns63g1/elementor-184-2018-03-06.json?dl=0 Table of contents: 00:00:00 Website overview 00:06:25 Tutorial overview 00:09:45 Choose the right hosting (important) 00:20:08 Ecommerce hosts 00:26:52 Order domain and hosting account 00:36:35 Setup SSL certificate 00:40:21 Check PHP version 00:41:48 Create email account 00:46:56 WordPress FastPass tutorial 00:58:44 WordPress general settings 01:00:24 Set permalinks 01:01:18 User accounts 01:04:00 WordPress themes 01:05:34 WordPress plugins 01:08:27 WordPress customizer 01:09:43 WordPress menus 01:10:42 WordPress widgets 01:13:11 Install Astra theme 01:14:26 Install plugins 01:18:08 Configure SSL for WordPress 01:18:36 Choose site design 01:24:55 Choosing a color palette 01:30:59 Choosing a font pair 01:36:00 Get a logo 01:52:03 Exploring the theme options 02:10:37 Look at Astra Pro 02:21:54 Elementor Fastpass tutorial 02:30:36 Elementor backend settings 02:39:00 Elementor editor 03:15:20 Elementor pro 03:22:07 Edit page layouts with Elementor 03:30:44 LifterLMS FastPass 03:32:37 LifterLMS Features 03:38:02 LifterLMS How to Sell Courses 03:43:23 LifterLMS Pros & Cons 03:53:55 LifterLMS Next Steps 03:55:02 LifterLMS Install & Onboard Process 03:58:06 LifterLMS Create First Course 04:14:02 LifterLMS Create A Membership 04:19:14 LifterLMS Payment Gateways 04:20:38 LifterLMS Settings 04:31:51 LifterLMS Payment Settings 04:38:29 LifterLMS Reporting 04:38:47 LifterLMS Access Plans 04:45:55 LifterLMS Vouchers 04:48:01 Astra LifterLMS Setting ( make things pretty ) 04:56:12 Astra Pro LifterLMS Setting ( make things prettier ) 05:04:40 LifterLMS Custom Sales Pages ( amazing ) 05:17:26 LifterLMS How To Register & Redeem Voucher 05:18:18 Wrap up (links below) LifterLMS resource links: Documentation https://lifterlms.com/docs/ Leave A Review https://wordpress.org/plugins/lifterlms/ Facebook Group https://www.facebook.com/groups/lifterlmsvip/ 15% Off Coupon: crafter Wrapup links: WooCommerce: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CWSb-aWovqE Backups: https://www.wpcrafter.com/backup-wordpress-website-offsite-automated/ Security: https://www.wpcrafter.com/ithemes-security-review-tutorial/ SEO (updated version coming soon): https://www.wpcrafter.com/use-yoast-seo-optimize-wordpress-website/ __________ More TOC links are on the way ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ All of my opinions in this video are my own, I was not paid to make this video. Whenever there is a link in any of my videos, if there is an affiliate program available, it's safe to assume that you are clicking on an affiliate link. Please check my website for any associated bonus I may be offering, for supporting me, or ask in the comments below. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Configuring Webpack in WordPress for the First Time
 
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Learn how to configure Webpack in WordPress for the first time. Article: https://www.ibenic.com/configuring-webpack-wordpress/ If you have any recommendations to improve it, comment below!
Views: 1590 Igor Benic
How To Make And Create A Wordpress Website From Scratch 2018
 
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Get Hostgator biggest deals here - https://goo.gl/pYFdjR Hostgator code: WPBESTOFFER Read the written tutorial here: https://wproyalty.com/how-to-make-a-wordpress-website-from-scratch/ Get Sydney Pro here https://goo.gl/yQ9ZoW This step by step tutorial will show you how to make, build and create a Wordpress website or a landing page from scratch using the Elementor page builder. This is by far the easiest and the quickest method available. Everyone can build a wordpress site even without technical knowledge. I put a lot of time and effort thinking what and which design and features to include in this make a wordpress website tutorial. I took examples from many successful companies to bring you the best design possible. During this hour and forty minutes you will learn the principles, the cores and the steps to create a beautiful and converting wordpress website and landing page as well. I will get a small commission if you will sign to hostgator through my link. this commission helping me with the cost of my site and also the option to provide you with more great free tutorials. So please use the link and thank you a lot! This tutorial will fit anyone who is looking to build an amazing wordpress website without spending a lot of money to a web developer. With only small investment you will be able to create a stunning wordpress website for your business, your product, your service or a blog from scratch. In just a short time you will learn everything that you'll need to know about wordpress and websites. Just follow this tutorial and you'll be good to go. Please like the video, share it and subscribe to my channel because there is more great content on the way. If you have any questions please leave a comment in the comment box below and I will do my best to answer you. Website walk-through 3:40 Domain and hosting 8:08 Register a domain with Hostgator 8:45 Enter Hostgator coupon "WP1PENNY" 12:00 Check your email address 14:25 Login to Hostgator 14:55 Install Wordpress 15:35 Login to Wordpress 16:40 Install a new theme 19:00 Install plugins 21:10 Step 4: Create a child theme 24:15 Steps 5 + 6: Create pages and blog posts 25:34 Step 7: Permalinks settings 32:45 Start designing the website 34:40 Step 8: Site title/tagline/logo 35:10 Create a website logo and favicon 35:30 Step 9: Header area 38:10 Step 10: Blog options 41:30 Step 11: Footer options 42:30 Step 12: Colors 42:37 Step 13: Menu 43:35 Step 14: Custom CSS 45:05 Get the custom CSS code from the written manual here http://www.wpfromscratch.com/how-to-make-a-wordpress-website-from-scratch/ Step 15: Building the wordpress website 46:05 Step 16: About us section 46:22 Step 17: Image gallery 56:20 Step 18: Testimonials section 1:03:38 Step 19: Bullet points section 1:15:25 Step 20: Footer 1:22:30 Step 21: About us page 1:26:45 Step 22: Contact us page 1:35:55 Step 23: Blog page 1:41:35
Views: 16913 WPRoyalty
WP MR Principles
 
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09 AQHA/APHA Gelding QH Fancy Deluxe X MS Principles Great all around prospect!! OFFERED FOR SALE-please email me at [email protected] with any questions. *Cassie*
Views: 619 Cassie Wills
Design principles for using CMSs in academic research - WPCampus 2018 - WordPress in Higher Ed
 
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Higher-education and research are synonymous: educating the next genius and engineering the future. However, the two areas in universities are, in many campuses, leagues apart in how they create, consume, and distribute web applications. Research utilizing web applications, from custom PHP applications to content management system customizations and plugins, are commonly built as stand-alone, narrow applications gate-walled from the rest of the world. These one-off web projects dilute the community knowledge for our researchers, our students and faculty, and even ourselves. Let’s consider a field of study ripe with web application development: educational technology. I’ll discuss the ‘state of the field’ for reusability and development design, and where we as web experts in higher-education can break the mold and engineer design principles and best-practices for everyone working with the web. It’s not just code - it’s building community, documentation, inclusive environments, and above all - collaborating. It’s the dare to share, from faculty to staff—assistants to vendors—project to project. I'll discuss what makes an inclusive web environment for extending into research, and help craft a map to meeting this need. You can learn more about this session on the WPCampus 2018 website at https://2018.wpcampus.org/schedule/lightning-talks/design-principles-for-using-cms-in-academic-research/. Speaker: Eric Sembrat What is WPCampus? WPCampus 2018 was the third annual in-person conference for the WPCampus community, a gathering of web professionals, educators and people dedicated to the confluence of WordPress in higher education. The event took place July 12-14 on the campus of Washington University in St. Louis. Learn more about the event at https://2018.wpcampus.org.
Functional Programming for WordPress Developers
 
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Dave Ross - Learn the basics of functional programming and how to apply its principles & techniques to WordPress code. Referential Transparency, pure functions, first-class functions, currying, and partial application will be explained clearly, without unnecessary buzzwords. Examples in PHP code will show how small, well-tested units of code combine to make powerful functions. Find out more at: http://meetup.bostonwp.org http://bostonwp.org/
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Inclusive Design Principles for WordPress - WordCamp Sydney 2012
 
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A talk I gave at WordCamp Sydney, July 21, 2012, about Inclusive design and accessibility. Incorporating inclusive design principles into a WordPress site is not as difficult as it sounds not does it require much technical wizardry. A good first step would be to understand what Inclusive Design means, add a few easy actions into your everyday activities, and expand on that solid grounding by continuing your education with some of the resources and links supplied. If you want to follow along, the slides are on Slideshare: http://www.slideshare.net/wheelyweb/inclusive-design-principles-for-word-press-slideshare.
Views: 61 Joe Ortenzi
How does WordPress 5 impact freelancing?
 
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WordPress 5 will ship with the very powerful Gutenberg Editor. Gutenberg is the WordPress community''s response to web builders like Wix and Squarespace. WordPress 5 could have a big impact on the millions of small business, who use WordPress to power their websites. Freelancers who happen to be WordPress professionals, will likely see a big impact when WordPress 5 is released. WordPress 5 links: https://make.wordpress.org/core/5-0/ https://wordpress.org/about/roadmap/ https://github.com/WordPress/gutenberg/issues/7107 My popular courses: Learn web development fast: https://shop.killervideostore.com/ Learn Python 3 fast: http://www.killervideostore.com/python/ My business courses: Complete Freelancer: https://www.killervideostore.com/freelancer Complete Entrepreneur Course: https://goo.gl/kpVUD2 My social links: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/stefanmischook/?hl=en Twitter: https://twitter.com/killersites Thanks! Stef #wordpress5 #freelancing
Views: 36116 Stefan Mischook
Talk to me: 10 Principles
 
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Activity Alliance (formerly EFDS) has developed 10 principles that can help sport providers to deliver more appealing and inclusive opportunities for disabled people. The principles are based on research published in our 'Talk to Me' report in October 2014. Find out more about the 10 Principles and our work at www.activityalliance.org.uk.
Views: 1040 Activity Alliance
3 Easy Steps to Customize WordPress Theme
 
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3 simple, effective steps to customize WordPress theme & make it uniquely yours. CLICK Here for more info: https://coolhacks.hubskills.com/?p=2671 When you use the same WordPress theme as thousands do, it is natural to think what you can do to make your website unique. While this is not a difficult job for experienced developers, many new users may feel they cannot do this for lack of experience. Fortunately, it is not difficult to know how to customize WordPress theme. I’m going to explain 3 easy steps to make this possible. Once you know the steps, you can use the same basic principles to easily customize any WordPress theme going forward. I’ll walk you through the exact actions to take, and you’ll be a confident WordPress developer before you know it. ---- Tools and Materials Used in This Video ---- 1. Free 2016 theme by WordPress.org 2. Video made with slides created in PowerPoint, screen recording by Camtasia, and voice recording by Audacity. ---- Also Check out: ---- Resource #1: https://wordpress.org/themes/twentysixteen/ for Twenty Sixteen theme Resource #2: https://coolhacks.hubskills.com/wordpress-tips/create-a-child-theme-in-wordpress for Step-by-Step Guide to Create a Child Theme for WordPress ---- And Follow Us At: ---- Website: https://hubskills.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/parthabha Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HubSkills/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/parthabha/
Views: 387 Partha Bhattacharya
MrMikeKoper.wordpress Intro
 
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This site is dedicated to advancing engineering, maintenance, and management principles that are designed to provide you with the skills to tackle challenging problems.
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DrupalCon Nashville 2018: What's possible with WordPress 5.0
 
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SLIDES: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/11PEgmoaKUFMWw7d4OwTBsYlVVeUaq2TgyBKqgYu9srY/edit?usp=sharing Drupal has a sibling CMS. WordPress runs on the LAMP with a mix of code written yesterday and code written in the early 2000s. WordPress is currently undergoing a major modernization of the code that controls the editorial experience. The WordPress community's angst and excitement over the upcoming WordPress 5.0 release and its React-based Gutenberg editor feel a lot like the build up to Drupal 8. Drupal and WordPress are similar enough that they face the same technical and cultural questions. Yet WordPress is also different enough so as to challenge our assumptions about how we answer them: Will a large and diverse community of PHP-centric developers embrace React? Can contrib code keep up with drastic changes to an admin UI? Would the ability to schedule deployments of config changes help site owners? What are the repercussions of supporting older versions of PHP? How much modernization can a toolchain take while still claiming backwards compatibility?
Views: 2035 Drupal Association
Design Principles for WordPress
 
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I created this video with the YouTube Video Editor (https://www.youtube.com/editor)
Views: 9 MAWALI
How to make a blog on Wordpress step by step for beginners (2018)
 
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✅ BONUS: Get our $77 video course (for FREE) if you use this 2018 step-by-step beginner's guide teaching you how to make a blog on Wordpress! ✅ Start here: https://SeedTime.com/HG There are TONS of guides on how to start a blog. But, let me show you how to start a money-making blog! In this video, you will learn how to start a blog {tutorial for beginners} in 2018 using self-hosted Wordpress. ⬇️ Links mentioned below ⬇️ I've been making a full-time living blogging for nearly a decade. And in this guide, you'll get 10 years of my blogging experience and knowledge passed on to you. Learn from my mistakes! This guide is what I wish I would've had when I started my first blog. 1️⃣► HOSTING THRU HOSTGATOR (2:06) I've used 6 different website hosts and HostGator is my favorite host for new bloggers. They offer the best value in terms of the price you're paying as well as the customer support you'll get. Start here: https://SeedTime.com/HG (affiliate link) 2️⃣► CHOOSING A DOMAIN NAME (03:48) Your blog's name is known as it's Domain Name. If you do not have a name picked out, I recommend the website Domize. Search Domize until you find a domain name that is available (blue ones are open, red ones are taken). This is my favorite place to find Domain Names that are available! Start here: http://domize.com/ 3️⃣► SETTING UP YOUR HOSTING ACCOUNT AND WORDPRESS (07:55) After signing up at HostGator, you'll be receiving e-mails from them. Once you have your account login info e-mail, begin to install WordPress (9:20). As a blogger, you will be spending most of your time in WordPress. So, it is important to set-up Word Press on your blog! 4️⃣► LOGIN TO WORDPRESS (11:30) Be sure to bookmark the link to your WordPress login page! You'll need to come back to this page often. Every time you write a new blog post, you'll have to login here! Now that you are logged in to WordPress you can begin making changes to your site and publish your first post! Start here: http://www.yourdomain.com/wp-admin ("yourdomain" will be replaced by the domain name you purchsed) 5️⃣► TYPES OF USERNAMES AND PASSWORDS (11:56) 1- Billing for HostGator - first email received and this will manage all your billing. 2- CPANEL - this is the server for your hosting package (I rarely need to access this). 3- WordPress - this is where I spend most of my time, and you will too as a blogger! 6️⃣►BACKEND OF YOUR WORDPRESS (12:41) This is where you will create all of your blog's pages and posts. It is also where you'll upload any and all videos or audio to your blog. 7️⃣►START YOUR BLOG VIDEO COURSE (12:57) Our course will teach you everything you will need to know about WordPress and how to use your blog. To get access to the course, forward one of the emails HostGator has sent you, to: LAUREN @ SEEDTIME.COM When your information is received, we'll in turn send you a coupon code to get the course for FREE! 8️⃣►BEGINNING TIPS TO MAKE MONEY FROM YOUR BLOG (13:22) ►Publish 10 Blog Posts ►Sign up for Google's AdSense ✅ BONUS: Get our $77 video course 100% FREE if you use this step-by-step beginner's guide! Start here: https://SeedTime.com/HG ✅ If you'd like my FREE blogging eBook, check out: ►https://EfficientBlogging.com/free-book/ ✅ Want tips to help you put more money in your pocket and Biblical principles on how to handle it? Be sure to subscribe to our channel here: https://www.youtube.com/c/seedtime?sub_confirmation=1 ✅ FIND ME HERE: Blog ► https://seedtime.com Podcast ️► https://seedtime.com/podcast Twitter ► @seedtime Instagram ️► @ManagingMoneyGodsWay Facebook  ► /seedtimeblog
Views: 16064 SeedTime Money
WordPress development – how we do it at JustCoded
 
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In this short video, we describe our approach for developing websites with WordPress: main principles, landing, single, and archive pages. If you have any questions or would like to learn more, please contact us at [email protected]
Views: 52 JustCoded
Atomic Design with Gutenberg WordPress Blocks
 
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Michelle Schulp will discuss the principles of Atomic Design, how to stop thinking of your content as “pages” and “posts” in favor of the concept of “building blocks,” Gutenberg WordPress blocks.
Views: 24 High Tech Gardener
WordPress to Episerver publishing
 
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This video shows how a WordPress plugin is used to integrate WordPress with EPiServer CMS 6. Similiar principles could be applied to modern Episerver versions as well. The video demonstrates how posts can be created, updated, and deleted in WordPress even though they're in fact being stored and published in EPiServer CMS. More information: http://tedgustaf.com/en/blog/2011/4/episerver-wordpress-integration/
Views: 1302 Ted & Gustaf AB
How to install the Proof pixel on Wordpress | Useproof
 
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Grab your 14-Day Free Trial for Proof here: http://funnel-secrets.org/useproof In this video we'll walk you through how to install the proof pixel on your wordpress site. Useproof.com is a social proof software that lets you use the power of social proof to increase opt-ins, conversions, and sales by simply showing potential customers your previous visitors actions. Check out this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2ZTogSWwHLU to understand why and how Social Proof is so effective. Regardless if you're using Proof for a landing page or with woocommerce, you can easily install it across your whole website following the instructions in the video above. A simple way to help your conversion optimization by utilizing social proof principles advocated by Dr. Robert Cialdini with a simple software and quick install of the pixel. I answer the question how to increase conversion rate with social proof in the video linked just above in the description. Grab your 14-Day Free Trial for Proof here: http://funnel-secrets.org/useproof -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Clickfunnels VS Builderall Affiliate Program Review" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pcAtFNS_2uk -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
Views: 1329 Funnel Secrets
Improving WordPress Performance
 
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Presented at WordPress St. Petersburg Meetup by John Biddle. We'll be covering some high level tuning options for making your WordPress site run more optimally. Some topics we'll be covering: - Basic principles behind WP performance tuning - What to measure, how to measure & how to understand the results - PHP 7 - Caching (page, object, browser) - Image Optimization (types, sizes, compression, lazy loading) - Additional things for you to look at & resources to help you further Guest Speaker: John Biddle was the original creator of Tampa Bay WordPress and we're so glad to have him back speaking again at WordPress St. Petersburg. John has an MBA in Finance and spent 20 years in the IT side of several major banks, the last being JPMorganChase.
Build a Grid Layout for WordPress Using WP_Query
 
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In this episode, you'll learn how to build a grid layout in WordPress using a custom query with WP_Query. Here's the special discount link for Rob's course: http://www.johnmorrisonline.com/coupon-code-for-the-complete-web-developer-course-on-udemy/?utm_campaign=ytMF0egfd5LwU Get the source code in the Code Snippets section here: http://www.johnmorrisonline.com/web-developer-resources/ Training Center: http://www.johnmorrisonline.com/training Subscribe on YouTube: http://youtube.com/johnmorrisonline Subscribe on SoundCloud: http://soundcloud.com/johnmorrisonline Subscribe on iTunes: http://goo.gl/RggnXW -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Ryan Carson: How to Get an IT Job WITHOUT a College Degree" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wxetW3hmPd0 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
Views: 16659 John Morris
Outline of a WordPress Blog Post
 
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10 Steps in Outlining A Blog Post Prepare Images Write A Headline Add Content Post Excerpt Categories & Tags Set Post Template Snippet Featured Image Publish Share https://novobarn.io/the-principles-of-a-blog-post/
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Charlie Reisinger: Teaching The Next Generation of WordPress Bloggers and Hackers
 
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WordPress and open source software have powered Penn Manor School District’s websites for 7 years. But can WordPress, and open source principles, help teachers transform classrooms and inspire kids to build remarkable learning communities? The answer may surprise you. Discover how our schools use WordPress, open source software, and a unique student technology apprenticeship program to prepare the next generation of writers and hackers for careers, college, and beyond.
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Which is Better for SEO Wordpress, Squarespace or Showit? | SEO Tips For Photographers
 
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Read the full post here: https://turnerwebservices.com/blog/squareapace-vs-wordpress-vs-showit-which-is-better-for-seo/ I want to address a common question I get on almost a daily basis: What website is better for Search Engine Optimization? Squarespace, WordPress, Showit, PhotoBiz, SmugMug? Which of these is going to be the best platform to host my photography website that is going to yield the greatest SEO opportunities? There is not a definite answer to this question, but there are different things you might want to consider when trying to decide which platform to go with. First of all, it’s good to know that Google is “platform agnostic”—they don’t care what content management platform you’re using. Basically, Google’s algorithm won’t change based on what site you’re using. You won’t receive better rankings due to being on WordPress over Squarespace or vice versa. What is important to Google is the structure of the site & the user experience. This means you’ll want to use a website that gives the best hierarchal structure in your creation, utilizes the best & most clean code, gives you the ability to adjust certain elements of the site (page titles, meta descriptions, alt text, canonical tags), as well as the ability to grow a site. These things are all that go into the SEO of a website & this is what’s most important. Ultimately it’s up to these general principles & how you feel toward them individually & professionally: Your “tolerance of tech” Security needs How much time you want to devote to upkeep & maintenance How much money you have to spend for the initial design of your site What are your goals? World domination or ranking in a smaller, not-so-saturated area?
Views: 3152 Benjamin Turner
Unlock the awesome power of WordPress through mu-plugins - Mikel King
 
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WordPress NYC Meetup on April 21 2015 http://www.meetup.com/WordPressNYC/events/221810635/ At this month's meetup, we demonstrated the basic principles of extending WordPress, through the use of mechanisms like mu-plugins and other customizable elements. Have you ever wanted to write a plugin but felt intimidated by PHP? Are you a backend developer who is aesthetically challenged or do you wish to comprehend the mysteries of the mu-plugin? This talk offers something for everyone by explaining concepts through code and other demonstrable examples. Attendees will come away with a greater understanding of WordPress's extensible systems. PRESENTER: Mikel King Mikel King is a 20+yr Technology Leader, Public Speaker, Columnist, USCG Veteran, Brewer of beer, Coffee Evangelist - Director of WordPress Development at Reader's Digest. SLIDES: http://www.slideshare.net/MikelKing/power-of-mu-plugins More videos: http://wpnyc.org/video/ Help us caption & translate this video! http://amara.org/v/Ggjn/
Views: 419 WordPressNYC
Add a Responsive Lightbox to Your WordPress Theme - Wptuts+
 
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We're going to be using the incredible fancyBox jQuery plugin (script) to demonstrate the implementation of the lightbox, but the same principles can apply to most lightbox scripts. This tutorial is going to be primarily taught through a 15-minute screencast, but I've also included some brief written instructions too.
What is WordPress?
 
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Learn WordPress with our #1 Best-selling WordPress course: https://onemonth.com/courses/wordpress Takeaways from the video * At its core, WordPress is really just an easy way for you to make updates to your website. You can update text and images, and create new pages without touching a line of code. * WordPress is actually two things: WordPress.com and WordPress.org. * WordPress.com is for non-developers. It’s where you go to launch a cat blog or a portfolio site. You can’t do much customization over there. * WordPress.org is for developers. With WordPress.org, you’ll get complete customization over your site. WordPress.com is currently being used by CNN, Time, TED, and millions of other people. Learn why WordPress is the easiest and most powerful content management system (CMS) for building blogs and websites.
Views: 1773 One Month
WordPress SEO plugin tutorial: Adding SEO info for posts and pages | lynda.com
 
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All in One SEO Pack is a WordPress plugin that helps make your website search-engine friendly. In this tutorial, learn how to add SEO information using All in One SEO Pack whenever you post or publish content. Watch more at http://www.lynda.com/WordPress-tutorials/WordPress-Plugins-SEO/140779-2.html?utm_campaign=RL-ZFhwPdZU&utm_medium=viral&utm_source=youtube. This tutorial is a single movie from the WordPress Plugins: SEO course presented by lynda.com author Morten Rand-Hendriksen. The complete course is 1 hour and 14 minutes and shows how to drive visitors to your WordPress site by performing search engine optimization, or SEO, with the help of two powerful plugins. Introduction 1. Basic SEO and Social Sharing principles 2. Using All In One SEO Pack 3. Using WordPress SEO by Yoast Conclusion
Views: 4945 LinkedIn Learning
Designing for WordPress and Web Design: Bridging the Gap Between Design and Development.
 
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Presented at WordCamp Lancaster in July 2013. Ngaire Ackerley talks about how we can design with users in mind, also covers some key design principles and how you can to implement these in WordPress and Web Design. Ngaire rounds this off with some 'top tips' for both designers and developers and some useful resources.
Views: 82 Ngaire Ackerley
WordPress Page Generator Pro Plugin - Demonstration / Quick Start
 
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This video is a quick demonstration / quick start guide to using Page Generator Pro for WordPress: https://www.wpzinc.com/plugins/page-generator-pro/ Full Video: https://youtu.be/LqQgK_KsD8s Documentation: https://www.wpzinc.com/documentation/page-generator-pro/ -- Page Generator Pro allows you to generate multiple Pages, each with their own variation of a base content template. Variations can be produced by using keywords, which contain multiple words or phrases that are then cycled through for each Page that is generated.
Views: 7567 Tim Carr
Wordpress for eLearning 01-01 - Clean installation of Wordpress
 
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N.B.: Since this course was made there have been some big changes in Sensei. The principles of how to get Sensei to work together with eMember and eStore are still valid, but you will have to adapt some details to take account of the newer version of Sensei. "Build your own Online Learning Platform with Wordpress" Chapter 1, Lesson 1 - Clean Installation of Wordpress You may be very familiar with installing WordPress, but for the sake of completeness and to accommodate those who are not, I will take you from the very beginning – performing a clean installation of WordPress, which you download from http://wordpress.org. For one-to-one support in setting up your online learning platform using Woothemes Sensei, WP eMember and WP eStore, enrol on the course at http://webinaction.co.uk.
Views: 6939 Richard Stibbard
Mario Peshev - Code Architecture With WordPress
 
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Mario Peshev is the Founder and WordPress Architect at DevriX. He has been building software solutions for the past 10 years in PHP, Java and Python. Mario is a technical trainer at universities and large international corporations, and he is a co-organizer for WordCamp Europe. Being zealous about Open Source and distributed work, he usually spends his days in Coffices - reviewing internal SaaS projects or plugin frameworks.
How to Create an Advanced WordPress Theme
 
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Course Name::::: ------------------------------------- Learn To Create WordPress Themes By Building 10 Projects ------------------------------------------- @ In This Video, You can Learn: 1.Project Intro 2. HTML Template Part A 3 HTML Template Part B 4.Theme Setup Navbar Header 5.Displaying Blog Posts Part A 6.Displaying Blog Posts Part B 7.Archive Search Results 8.Post Formats Part A 9.Post Formats Part B 10.Pages Custom Templates Sub Navigation 11.Theme Widgets 12.Custom Homepage 13.Comment Functionality First Part:: Course Introduction https://youtu.be/XwYix3mktgA Second Part:: How to create a Simple WordPress theme https://youtu.be/GX0aSqlqF5k 3rd Part:: How to Create an Advanced WordPress Theme https://youtu.be/jrBuH8JOiYM 4th Part:: How to Create a Photo Gallery Theme https://youtu.be/3MGMStmtRlI @ Playlist or full course:: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLtWFKsi6UPwKWTnm_8NU0SFPg9mGyAxkS Download Source File and Template: http://dev-the-treasury.pantheonsite.io/how-to-create-an-advanced-wordpress-theme/ @ Requirements: Basic knowledge of HTML, CSS, WordPress and PHP @ Description: WordPress has revolutionized the way we build websites. No more tedious long coding practices, but rather you can now select or unselect the items you want on your website. The more complex the website, the simpler the codes. Although creating a website in today’s day and age has become easier, making it unique and different has become even more difficult. If you don’t want your website to become lost in the sea of websites, you will have to make it stand out. WordPress Themes are one way you can do that, the more interactive and interesting your website is, the more attention it will garner. WordPress websites are currently some of the most popular websites on the internet. If you have a basic idea of how to code or know how write in PHP, HTML5 and CSS, well then this course can definitely get you started on your road to creating fantastic new themes for your next website. Do you want to learn WordPress Themes? The course will combine your basic knowledge of HTML 5, CSS and PHP and will show you how you use the different APIs and widgets from WordPress to create awesome new themes. The WP Themes course will cover functions such as PostLoop, Hook/Actions, Widgets, WP_Query, Theme Customizer API, and WordPress Frameworks such as Bootstrap, Foundation, Ink, Gridism and W3. Not only will you learn the theory behind the technology, but you will also build 10 different responsive website themes also with the instructor including bootstrap websites. He will break down the each theme step by step, and will help you learn how to incorporate the different WordPress functions into your website to make it shine. The 10 different projects will include: Simple Theme, Advance Theme, Photo Gallery, Wordstrap, Ecommerce Theme, Business Theme, Cleancut Theme, WPNews, FourCorners, and Dynamo Theme. The first theme will cover the basic fundamentals such as how to write the syntax and create the file structure. Every theme after that will include more complex design principles and will use the functions mentioned above. No more boring theory based learning, no lectures that drone on. Here’s a comprehensive lecture that will make learning fun again. You will not only learn, but actually have fun while learning. With these themes under your belt, you can become a WordPress theme master in no time! @ Who is the target audience? Students who want to learn WordPress theme creation will find this course as a wonderful resource.
Views: 155 The Treasury
Tips for choosing a WordPress Themes - SKT Themes
 
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Picking the best theme is not something you should rush into. Take time to evaluate the themes you are considering keenly. You should stay true to the following principles when choosing themes: versatility, reliable support, clean code with great short-codes, and essential plugins.
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WordPress - Creating and Uploading Custom Header and Backgrounds.mov
 
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WordPress tutorial outlining design principles in creating custom elements for a WordPress site and how to upload them. Customising your WordPress site - making it yours. In this tutorial I make some large custom grounds that are a bit slow to load, and some very small ones that load very quickly. The header image is uploaded and trimmed to size also - it's about making your site more about your look than that of the template. Video by David SMouha, smoutube.com
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The Case Against WordPress
 
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WordPress powers 26.4% of the web... which makes it the web development tool everyone loves to hate (but still use). So, let's tackle the case against WordPress and find out if you should use it or not. Get all the perks on Patreon: http://www.johnmorrisonline.com/patreon Show notes page for this episode: http://www.johnmorrisonline.com/98 Join the Top 3% of Developers On TopTal: http://www.johnmorrisonline.com/toptal Subscribe on YouTube: http://youtube.com/johnmorrisonline Subscribe on Google Play Music: https://johnmorrisonline.com/android Subscribe on iTunes: http://goo.gl/RggnXW -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Ryan Carson: How to Get an IT Job WITHOUT a College Degree" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wxetW3hmPd0 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- #php #webdev
Views: 2271 John Morris
WordPress Content Marketing Power Course
 
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http://WordPressContentMarketingPower.com - An overview of the new course, "WordPress Content Marketing Power", with Scott Frangos. This is the only course that combines Content Marketing Principles with advanced WordPress features and tactics.
Views: 153 Scott Frangos
Migrating A Massive Legacy CMS To WordPress Without Losing Your Mind
 
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This video was originally recorded in March 2011. Hey Honey, the server's down again! That's the phrase I hear all too often, because our home-grown ZENPRESS CMS (which I've been building since 1997) lives on top of an older engine that simply can't handle a 13 years worth of data. Last year, I decided to move to a more future-proof system. Because ZENPRESS has 53,238 articles encoded with our own custom editorial markup language and a boatload of custom features, I've been writing a Web framework and a series of plug-ins that move our custom ZENPRESS CMS feature stack into WordPress. This presentation is the story of the first programming year of that migration, why I chose WordPress, some of the design principles that were set out, tricks and lessons I've learned, a tour of some of the cool plug-ins I've developed so far, and tips and hints for anyone else who might want to try migrating a large, custom system while still retaining some shred of sanity. Special thanks to Mason James at WPMU Dev for filming this video.
Views: 2191 Advanced Geekery
The what and why of WordPress security - WPCampus 2018 - WordPress in Higher Education
 
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I'm sure you've read at least one "Guide to WordPress Security" or "Top Ten Tips to Keep Your WordPress Site Safe" articles. Maybe you even implemented a few, or all, of the suggestions. But did you understand why certain items were suggested, or what exactly they accomplished? In this session will discuss the most common security suggestions for WordPress: - Why they are suggested - What they accomplish - When you should apply them (and when you shouldn't) - How they tie back to core security principles - How we can augment these suggestions to build an even more robust security posture You can learn more about this session on the WPCampus 2018 website at https://2018.wpcampus.org/schedule/security-chat-for-everyone/. Speaker: Paul Gilzow What is WPCampus? WPCampus 2018 was the third annual in-person conference for the WPCampus community, a gathering of web professionals, educators and people dedicated to the confluence of WordPress in higher education. The event took place July 12-14 on the campus of Washington University in St. Louis. Learn more about the event at https://2018.wpcampus.org.
5 ways that your WordPress website can be a cybersecurity risk for your business
 
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When used properly, WordPress is an extremely secure web content management system. In this video, Pragmatic's founder, David Lockie, looks at five ways that your WordPress-powered website can become a cybersecurity risk for your business. Most of these principles apply to any website software, but we're WordPress specialists so we're going to focus on WordPress specifically. We should emphasise, again, that used properly, WordPress is very secure. This video explores some of the ways that if your website does get hacked, the cybersecurity implications could be far worse for your organisation than just common attacks like the pharma hack[footnote]which injects spammy links into your site[/footnote]. http://youtu.be/beLSgwe5gVs If you found this video interesting, or are worried about the cybersecurity risks from your website, please do take our WordPress Cybersecurity Healthcheck questionnaire and we'll get in touch quickly: https://www.pragmatic-web.co.uk/wordpress-cybersecurity-health-check/ Thanks for watching.
Views: 101 Pragmatic
#298 WP-Tonic Round-Table Show Friday 1st of June 2018
 
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This Week’s Discussion Stories 1 - The First Release of WordPress Turns 15 Years Old https://wptavern.com/the-first-release-of-wordpress-turns-15-years-old 2 - 061- Reciprocate https://nathanallotey.com/tv/061-reciprocate/ 3 - Those internet trends? It's bad news if you're not Amazon, basically https://www.theregister.co.uk/2018/05/31/meeker_internet_trends_2018/ 4 - It’s Time to Rethink What People Need to Learn https://chrisbrogan.com/rethink-learning/ 5 - YouTube is the preferred platform of today’s teens https://www.theverge.com/2018/5/31/17382058/youtube-teens-preferred-platform 6 - 7 UX Principles for Creating a Great Website https://www.webdesignerdepot.com/2018/05/7-ux-principles-for-creating-a-great-website/
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Create a WordPress Child Theme using DreamWeaver
 
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This walkthrough provides a step-by-step guide for creating a child theme in WordPress. Child themes provide a quick and efficient way of customizing WordPress themes while keeping the original theme intact and as a starting point. Although DreamWeaver is used in this video, the principles apply to any FTP client and text editor.
Views: 8944 Steve M.
WordPress SEO plugin tut: Config site-wide titles and meta descriptions | lynda.com
 
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In this tutorial, learn how to set site-wide titles and meta descriptions using the WordPress SEO plugin, by Yoast. Watch more at http://www.lynda.com/WordPress-tutorials/WordPress-Plugins-SEO/140779-2.html?utm_campaign=w176QQpTY-A&utm_medium=viral&utm_source=youtube. This tutorial is a single movie from the WordPress Plugins: SEO course presented by lynda.com author Morten Rand-Hendriksen. The complete course is 1 hour and 14 minutes and shows how to drive visitors to your WordPress site by performing search engine optimization, or SEO, with the help of two powerful plugins. Introduction 1. Basic SEO and Social Sharing principles 2. Using All In One SEO Pack 3. Using WordPress SEO by Yoast Conclusion
Views: 1373 LinkedIn Learning