New to WordPress? Check out WordPress.TV
If you’re new to WordPress, you may feel like you are climbing uphill as you learn the basics. However, you can learn many of the fundamental tasks simply by watching videos from the free resource: WordPress.TV.
Videos posted to the site include presentations from WordCamp events across the country and even the world. At the Charleston WordPress Meetup we recently viewed a video on how to choose plugins which was given at WordCamp Raleigh in 2016 by Andrea Ferguson.
Want to know how to moderate or manage comments? Need to understand how to use the Dashboard? How do you update your version of WordPress? There are many, many videos covering all the basics and event complicated topics. We’ve selectedten videos which we think are great for you if you’re new to WordPress and need to understand where to start.
For people just getting going, here is a list of WordPress.TV videos which will help bring you up to speed.
- WordPress Dashboard
- WordPress General Settings
- WordPress Discussion Settings
- WordPress Reading Settings
- WordPress Categories
- WordPress Comment
- WordPress Add a New User
- WordPress Post Tags
- WordPress All Users Screen
- WordPress Update
Do you have a WordPress problem or issue you need help with? Give us a call at 843-628-6434 or simply submit a ticket to our help system.
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