An overview of the tools used to manage pages, with an emphasis on how the process differs from managing posts.
Menus are the ultimate tool for creating user-friendly navigation on your blog or website. This lesson shows you how they work.
Tags are an auxiliary mode of classification in WordPress. But that doesn’t mean they’re not important. In fact, search engines are quite fond of tags — and, if you use them properly, your site visitors will be too.
Categories are the primary mode of classification and organization in WordPress. In fact, WordPress requires that you use categories on each and every post. This lesson shows you how to work with categories, and provides guidance on setting up the default category.
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.
As with posts and pages, quite a few WordPress users are confounded by the difference between categories an tags. This lesson sorts out those differences and provides guidance on when, and how, to use each.
There are many ways to install WordPress. In this lesson you’ll see three. Two super easy and one that’s just plain easy.
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 […]