A grand tour of the Dashboard, the first thing you see when you log into WordPress.
Before you start building your WordPress website, you need a place to put it. For that, you’ll need a web hosting account. This screencast gives you the lowdown on what to look for and decrypts the sometimes confusing jargon used by web hosting companies.
Part of managing your content is, well, managing it. This screencast shows you how to manage (and edit) your posts.
It’s easy to complain about unwanted SPAM (is any SPAM really wanted?), it’s another matter entirely to do something about it. This lesson shows you how to stop comment SPAM in it’s tracks.
This in-depth lesson teaches you everything you could ever want to know about creating a post.
This lesson teaches you not only about comments, moderation, and discussion settings, but you’ll also learn a thing or two about trackbacks and pingbacks. As usual, WordPress makes it all painless and easy.
User roles are a powerful WordPress feature that allows you to create complex editorial workflows. The key is in understanding what they are and how they work. This lesson introduces you to the core WordPress user roles and explains when you should use each.
All of the media you upload to WordPress ends up in the media library. This lesson gives you the knowledge you need to effectively manage your media library.
You won’t believe how easy it is to add videos to your website. Well, you will after you see this lesson.
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.
No matter what kind of website you’re creating, there’s a good chance that photos will be a big part of it. This detailed video shows you how to add photos to your posts and walks you through some useful photo editing features buried beneath the surface in WordPress.
An overview of the tools used to manage pages, with an emphasis on how the process differs from managing posts.