I originally created this training video for one of my clients, it was used to train their IT department – I decided to upload it here because I figured there may be others out there that can benefit from this technique. In this video, I show how to create a landing page that can be customized and used for pages. I set up Multisite to show how the landing page can be used for each sub-site.
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In this video I install the new public beta of WP-eCommerce ( getshopped.org ). I will continue this video series through full product setup for a downloadable item, but will point out features for tangible items that are to be shipped
In this tutorial I am going to be showing you how to install WordPress themes on your WordPress Blog! Your Going To want to go to the appearance Section And you upload the theme in the upload Part. Make Sure They Are in a .zip Archive! Links You need: www.free-premium-wordpress-themes.com www.free-premium-wordpress-themes.com Also Check Out My Brand New Website! www.billygfx.com
This tutorial is continued with full written instructions at WordPressVideos.TV In this video, we’re gonna take a look at how to edit your WordPress themes. Now I understand that there are literally hundreds and hundreds of different WordPress themes out there, and I also understand that no matter how good a WordPress theme is, you may always have the need to customize your theme; for example, perhaps to change the font size, to change the type of font, or even to change certain colors on your WordPress theme itself. So in this video, I’m going to show you how to edit the CSS of the default WordPress theme only. Using an FTP program like FileZilla, you need to enter your hostname, username, and password and connect to your web hosting account. And when that’s done, you need to click on to the public_html folder, and click to wp-content, go inside the themes folder, and you need to go into the specific folder of the theme that you want to edit. So I’m going to click on the default theme, and you’ll see a lot of files here, but what you really need to look out for is a file called style.css. In some cases, if you’re using a different WordPress theme, they may have chosen to name the stylesheet differently, but the extension is always .css. So I’m going to right-click on this file; I’m going to select file permissions; I’m gonna change this to “777.” And of course, you can also check or uncheck the boxes here or you can just type in “777” and click on OK. When that’s done …
This quick tutorial will teach you how to put together a video complete with titles, transitions and effects! It’s easy to learn the basics of video editing, especially in Linux! The program I used is called Kdenlive, It’s like Sony Vegas, except it’s free and open-source! www.kdenlive.org
Still having trouble deciding on open source? Watch this video as this is a good explanation.
You don’t have to be a geek to want to save your money and download programs for free. Here are 5 of my quick picks for open source software. My site – www.nixiepixel.com You may be wondering; What is Open Source? Open source generally refers to software that is released with open source code and no restrictions on downloading, modifying or advertising the work. An open source program usually starts when developers publish their code where other developers can learn about it, download it, and play with it. Where do you come in? You can reap all the benefits of course by using the application for no cost to you. Here is where you can download the programs mentioned in the video (in order) Firefox: www.mozilla.com openoffice: www.openoffice.org GIMP: www.gimp.org Pidgin: www.pidgin.im Video Editing Software: kdenlive: www.kdenlive.org (for Linux) Avidemux: fixounet.free.fr (for Windows) Thanks and hope you enjoyed! Music: “Blondie” by Speedsound www.jamendo.com (used with CCL 3.0)