When it comes time to publish your post you have a surprising number of options. Whether you want to schedule a post to appear some time in the future or hide a post from prying eyes, the publish box gives you control over how and when and who can see your content.
Post Formats are used to apply unique layout and design elements to special types of WordPress posts. For example, if you frequently post quotes to your blog, you can use the Quote Post Format to make those quotes look their best when displayed on your site. Unfortunately there’s a catch. You’re limited to the Post […]
Part of managing your content is, well, managing it. This screencast shows you how to manage (and edit) your posts.
This in-depth lesson teaches you everything you could ever want to know about creating a post.
The most common question new WordPress users ask is “should I create a post or should I create a page?” This screencast explains the difference between the two and provides guidelines on when to use each.
An overview of the tools used to manage pages, with an emphasis on how the process differs from managing posts.
Pages are a lot like posts, but they’re not exactly like posts. This lesson shows you how to create a page with an emphasis on the things that make creating a page different from creating a post.
Have you ever had your browser crash while you were writing a post? Or maybe you just accidentally closed the browser window by mistake. WordPress autosave is designed to protect you from just these situations. In addition to autosave there are a few other WordPress features designed to protect your hard work. This video introduces […]
After you create your posts and pages you want to be sure that people can find your content. This lesson deals with the mysterious subject of search engine optimization (SEO). As you’ll learn, it’s really not so mysterious after all.