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Jim Hague

Jim Hague

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Table of Contents

I. Introduction
Overview of WordPress

13m 41s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:14
Sample Blog
1:29
Best Blog on WordPress
1:50
Controllable in Admin Panel: Title of the Blog, a Short Description, Side Bar (About, Recent Comments, Archives)
2:08
What You Have Inside a Blog
2:38
Leave a Reply
3:33
Control the Reply: Approve, Disapprove, Mark as Spam
3:44
Sample Websites
4:23
wordpress.org/showcase
4:42
Important Facts
7:06
8.5% of All Websites Are WordPress
7:25
Two Options for Programmers (.org) and the Average Person (.com)
7:48
Plugins
9:46
Themes: Look-n-Feel
11:11
Interface Evolution
11:59
Admin Panel/ Dashboard
12:17
Notable Sites
12:51
Blog vs. Website

17m 11s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:49
Control and Programming
2:02
Intro
2:32
.com Features
2:46
Less Programming, Some Plug Ins, Interaction, More Use of Pre-Installed Themes
3:26
Blogging and Hosted in WordPress
3:51
Best Blog on Wordpress
4:47
URL Name
5:23
.org Gives You Full Control of How Your Website Looks
5:53
Some Plug Ins, Add Plug Ins, Interaction, Less use of Pre-Installed Themes, More Custom Themes
6:29
For Programmers and Users
8:00
WordPress.com
8:37
WordPress.org
10:25
Browser: WordPress Plugin Directory
12:27
WordPress Widgets
13:39
Tags
14:41
Plugin Forums
15:26
Plugin Directory
16:10
II. Setting up WordPress
Starting a WordPress Blog

48m 39s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:38
Target Audience and Naming
3:31
Complete Domain Name
4:00
Masking
4:33
Keyword Rich Domain Names
5:02
Baseball Musings Blog
5:47
Lottie + Doof Blog
7:09
The Lego Car Blog
8:52
Domain Names Should be Keyword Rich or Purposeful
10:06
Setting Up Account
11:35
WordPress.com
12:28
Sign Up
13:26
Get Another WordPress.com Blog
15:08
Privacy
16:25
Intro to Dashboard
18:32
What You See When You Log In
19:49
Home
20:34
Posts
21:23
Posts Link
21:33
All Posts
22:46
Clicking of Title Goes to Edit Mode
23:28
Preview
23:57
Add a New Blog
24:44
Categories
27:16
Tags
27:26
Media
28:00
The Purpose of Media: Upload Pictures, Videos and Audio
28:09
Media Library
28:58
Upload New Media
29:30
Links
30:04
SEO - Good for Link Exchange
30:10
Links, Add New Links, and Link Categories
30:45
Pages
31:04
Theme
31:15
Edit About Page
31:50
Pages Section is Mostly for Creating Websites
33:03
Comments / Feedback
34:02
Comments Webpage
34:43
Feedbacks
36:00
Appearance
36:16
Manage Themes
36:57
Plugins
39:02
WorPress.com May Not Allow for Plugin
39:25
WordPress.org Does Allow Plugins
39:43
Users
42:01
Users Webpage
42:36
Invite New Users to Your Blog
42:58
Tools
43:29
Import and Export
43:37
Export Webpage
44:46
Install Plugins
44:56
Import Webpage
45:22
Settings
46:41
Installing WordPress

19m 18s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:19
WordPress.com
1:40
Browser: WordPress.com
1:49
WordPress Through LinkedIn
2:00
WordPress.org
3:35
Browser: WordpPress.org
4:06
Download
4:20
Download/ Extract
4:44
Manual Download - Zip File
4:51
Install Files
6:30
Sample Folders
6:37
Sample Php Files
6:54
Linux Based Server
7:09
Manual Install
8:06
WordPress is a Database Driven Web Application
8:21
Stored in MySQL
9:00
GoDaddy
10:09
How-To WordPress Website
11:43
File Manipulation
12:30
File Upload
14:47
Automatic Install
15:49
GoDaddy.com Install Wordpress
16:59
Install Now Button
18:09
Assigning Domain Names

18m 35s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:21
Registrars
1:15
Browser: Best Blog on Wordpress
1:19
Browser: Creative Ad Awards
1:34
Registrars to Get Domain Name
2:36
GoDaddy Search For New Domain Name
3:18
Network Solutions
3:35
Two Most Popular
3:58
Register.com
4:49
WordPress.com
5:36
Browser: WordPress.com
5:53
Sign Up for Free
6:25
Domain Registrar and Hosting
8:07
Points To…
8:39
Hosting
8:44
Server
9:15
Cloud Series and Google Drive
9:46
Domain Name Needs IP Address, DNS Server, and A Name
11:50
GoDaddy Account: Domain Names
14:10
Zone File Editor
14:45
Points
17:06
Index File
17:15
III. Using WordPress
Adding/ Copying Posts

23m 32s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:18
Webtipstv.com
1:52
Adding Posts
2:50
Browser: Posts
3:27
Icons
5:07
Icons Menu
5:46
Demonstration in Browser
8:08
Right Side
17:26
Publish or Save as Draft
17:31
Visibility
18:35
Timing It Is Published
18:57
Demonstration in Browser
19:11
Format
20:45
Standard, Aside, and Gallery
20:53
Categories
22:01
Categories

12m 7s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:24
Category Page
1:25
New Category
1:48
Slug
2:10
Parent
2:48
Categories Demonstration in Browser
3:35
Add New Post
5:28
Edit Category
5:44
Posts
7:57
Category, Description, Slugs
8:46
RSS
9:37
Browser
9:53
Slug Line as Part of URL
10:12
Have These When It Comes to WordPress: Address, category, Slug Line, and Feed
11:05
Tags

8m 9s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:26
Tags
0:51
What Tags Are Associated With
1:12
Popular Tags
2:18
Browser: Tags
2:48
Where Do You Embed Tags
3:18
Add Something, Add Transmedia
4:45
Add New Posts
7:48
Media

23m 55s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:14
When to Add
2:17
Upload Media
2:53
Two Places to Add Media
3:09
Edit Post
3:41
Media Library
5:11
Two Ways of Adding Media
6:47
Shrink Image
8:58
Add Media
13:41
Add From URL
13:46
Media Library
17:00
Browser: Media Library
17:17
YouTube
18:38
Embed Videos
19:44
YouTube Video
20:15
Embed This Video
21:14
WordPress Posts
22:02
Used Content

10m 9s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:42
From Website
2:14
CNN Website
2:34
Visual Mode
3:29
How To Protect Yourself & Your Name as a Writer
4:39
Bullet Points / Links
5:40
What You Should Add in Your Post
6:22
Keywords
6:58
Sample
9:32
Link

24m 23s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:09
Creating Links
2:29
Dashboard
2:47
Posts
3:10
Edit This Item
4:46
Link Word
4:56
Edit Post
8:07
Best Way to Market
12:39
Publish/Update
12:49
Links Page for Widgets
13:11
Links That Appear to Have a Widget
13:26
Links
14:00
Widgets
14:16
Link Exchange
16:01
Go to Widgets
16:51
Add New Link
16:58
Appearance: Widgets
20:46
Sidebar
21:02
Widgets
21:30
Comments

15m 5s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:45
Comments
2:57
Leave a Reply
3:06
Trackback
3:36
Browser Example
4:08
Popularity of Comments
6:09
CNN
6:36
Comments Access
8:17
Approve and Disapprove a Comment
8:24
Comment Management
8:46
IP Address
8:59
Email Address
9:41
Menu
9:55
Difference Between Spam and Trash
11:11
Browser Comments
11:50
Fighting Spam
13:36
Install WordPress Widget
13:42
Most Popular: Askismet.com
13:54
Defensio.com
14:10
Users

8m 2s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:47
Types of Users
1:09
Subscriber
1:24
Administrator
2:33
Editor
3:12
Contributor
3:43
Browser: WordPress Dashboard
4:47
Users
4:56
Profile
6:44
Themes

13m 55s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:41
Browser: Theme Example
1:40
Tools and Widgets That Allow You to Add Functions
2:44
Edit Themes
3:30
Appearance: Themes
3:43
Manage Themes
4:39
Fusion
4:55
Menu
5:43
Browser: Customize Link
5:59
Background Color
7:19
Static Front Page
8:34
Switch Themes
9:59
Browser: Available Themes
10:35
TemplateMonster.com
12:57
Template Monster: WordPress Themes
13:10
Widgets

15m

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:30
Browser: Widgets
2:20
The Widget Page
2:48
Pre-Installs Widgets
3:11
Browser: Widgets
3:56
Browser: Recent Posts, Archives, Meta, Blog roll
4:22
Need a Side to Use Widget
6:54
Browser: Theme Options
8:05
WordPress Dashboard: Click on Widgets
9:46
Dragging
10:07
Drag and Drop
14:17
Installing Widgets

17m

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:31
Header/ Footer Widget
1:20
Change the Header and Footer to the Same on Every Page
1:32
Browser Example
2:05
Google Search
3:54
How to Find Widgets
4:16
Download Wordpress.org/extend/plugins
5:12
Browser: Plug-Ins
6:09
WordPress Plugins Page
7:20
Browser: PlugIn Directory
8:25
Download
9:30
Upload into WordPress After You Download
10:11
Filezilla
10:22
You Have to Host Your WordPress Software
11:08
After You Download Filezilla, You Need to Know Your FTP
11:58
Upload into WP-Content/Plugins Folder
12:33
Activate
12:57
Dashboard
13:38
PlugIns
13:49
Previous Created Plugins
14:01
Widgets
15:07
The Menu

19m 53s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:14
On the Right Side
2:58
Things to Create
3:11
Browser
3:38
Menu
4:26
Browser: Dashboard>Appearance>Menu
4:40
Create a Menu
5:00
Step 1: Name the Menu
5:09
Step 2 and 3: Different Links and Custom Links
5:23
Creating the Menu
7:36
Doesn't Work Yet Because It's Not Added to the Right Side
11:12
Need to Create Something Like Posts and Categories
12:23
Name the Menu
15:59
Review the Steps
16:04
Decide What the Links Are
16:11
Add to Menu
16:51
Label
16:57
Browser: Navigation Label
17:08
Back to Widget Page
18:24
Browser: Widgets Page
18:40
Header

10m 26s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:10
Live Browser Examples
0:37
Top Section and Different Controls Based on Themes
2:02
On the Right Side
2:36
Appearance > Header
2:47
Browser Example
3:15
Browser: Header
3:48
Where is the Header Link?
4:25
Sometimes You Don't Have an Option and Have to Use the Theme Option Itself
4:32
Browser Example
4:46
Installed Plugins
6:34
Browser: Control Panel
7:15
Browser: Control Header and Footer
7:53
Demo
8:18
Theme Options

10m 33s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:46
Nav Control
2:05
Browser
2:34
Makes Reference to Other Websites That Allow You to Make Your Own Theme
3:20
FlexiThemes
4:14
Theme Warrior
4:57
Google WordPress Theme Free Generator
5:19
WordPress> Themes
8:05
Feature Filter
8:21
Drop Down Menu

12m 15s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:19
Create Page
2:12
Browser: WordPress Pages
2:34
Add New Page
3:07
Quick Edit for Pages
6:56
Move Current Page to Appear Under Another Page
8:56
Drop Down Menu From a Widget or Plugins
10:24
Creating the Theme

25m 47s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:13
Create or Borrow?
4:36
Browser: Google WordPress Themes
5:12
PHP
7:01
Index
7:15
Header
7:32
Footer
7:42
Sidebar
7:54
Functions
8:01
Style
8:19
What You Really Need and What is Optional
9:04
Illustration of the Six Files
9:29
Download Structure.php
10:10
Text Editor: Example of Structure
10:39
Style.CSS
13:26
Name Your Theme
14:02
URI: Where the Theme is Located
14:20
Text Editor: Style.css
14:41
Header.php
16:57
Text Editor: Header.php
17:41
Footer.php
19:11
Text Editor: Footer.php
19:24
Many Themes Do Not Have a Footer
19:35
Browser
19:51
Text Editor: Footer.php
21:37
Index.php
22:27
Purpose is to Call Other PHP Files
22:32
Content/Container
22:53
Sidebar.php
23:14
Text Editor: Sidebar
23:21
Categories
23:53
Theme Generators
24:10
They Create Codes For You
24:22
Browser Example
24:47
HTML > WordPress

18m 9s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:21
Use HTML Tab
1:18
Browser
1:42
Control + A on PC ; Command + A on Mac
2:08
Add the Site in a New Post
3:18
Preview
3:51
HTML Tab
4:10
Alternate Option to Copy & Paste HTML
5:26
Theme Generators
6:32
Template is Provided
7:08
You Can Change Layout, Colors, Pictures
7:32
You Can Download the Files
7:50
Upload to WordPress (Themes Folder)
8:00
Browser: Wordpress>Appearance>Themes
8:37
Download TripWire Magazine
9:48
Browser: Artisteer
10:30
Browser: ThemeSchock
12:29
Come Up With Your Own Design
13:52
HTML to WP (as Plugins)
14:11
Browser Examples
14:27
Get HTML 2 WP
16:50
Editing WP Files

9m 56s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:41
Use Editor Tab
1:45
Different Forms of Editing: WordPress Editor and Text Editor
2:08
Back-Up All Files
2:50
Browser: Appearance > Editor
4:26
Browser: Sidebar
8:07
Why Editor Is Not Listed Under Appearance
8:32
Tools

13m 9s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:26
Available Tools
1:11
Browser
1:46
Press This
2:00
Another Example
3:32
Categories and Tags
5:54
Export
6:14
Moving Files
7:14
Browser: Export
8:51
Download Export File
9:42
Downloads as .XML File
11:01
Import
11:32
Browser: Import
12:18
Import from WordPress
12:38
Settings, Part 1

10m

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:21
Settings
0:52
My Hosted WordPress Account vs. WordPress Hosted Account
0:58
Widgets (Add-On)
1:50
General
2:08
Browser: Settings> General
2:41
Writing Settings
4:42
Reading Settings
6:51
Settings, Part 2

13m 33s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:13
Settings
0:22
Plugins
0:44
Discussion Settings
1:07
Media Settings
5:23
Privacy Settings
7:31
Poll Settings
10:09
Text Messaging Settings
10:58
Header and Setter Settings
11:53
iTunes Loopup Widget Options
12:03
Sharing Settings
12:18
Syndicating Your Content

20m 5s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:19
Jet Pack
3:01
What is Jet Pack?
3:10
Sharing
3:38
Browser: Jet Pack
4:05
Posts > Edit Posts > Sharing
5:04
Sharing Links Icons
6:05
Plugin Search
8:07
Browser: Plugins
8:20
Sharing Settings
10:10
Difference Between Sharing
11:35
Domain Names
13:28
Domain Names & Web Search is Bolded
13:40
Important Facts
14:56
Browser: Permalink Settings
15:02
All Posts
16:21
Important Facts
17:27
Post Name
17:35
Face Book
18:04
Browser: Embed Plugin into Facebook
18:14
Polls & Ratings

13m 23s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
1:04
Plugin Search
2:52
Browser: WordPress Plugin Directory
3:08
Jetpack Plugin Ratings
3:36
Plugins: Sharing
4:35
Plugin Search
5:09
Install Polls
5:22
Where to Find the Plugin After You Installed It
6:30
Browser: Preview Poll/ Plugin
7:32
Widget
8:21
Manage Poll
9:39
Plugin Search > Add New
10:31
Add to Side Bar
11:06
Ratings
11:12
Rating-Widget Settings
12:14
Embed YouTube

10m 18s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:16
HTML Tag
0:59
Concept of iFrames
1:20
Example Code Talks About iFrame
2:48
Embed Code
3:41
Src = Source
3:49
Frameborder
4:28
Generate Code
4:47
YouTube
5:06
Browser: Embedded YouTube Video
5:18
WordPress Posts
6:09
Edit Post: Visual vs. HTML
6:34
YouTube Share Button
7:57
Embed YouTube Video
8:26
Creating Forms

17m 21s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:11
Form Icon
1:11
Make Sure Jetpack is Installed
1:23
Add New Page/Post
2:26
Add a Custom Form
2:51
Enlarged Version of the Icon
3:04
Form Builder
3:51
Email Notifications
5:15
Appearance > Widgets
8:30
Plugin Search
8:57
Browser: Form Maker
9:06
Would Not Suggest Using This Form
10:06
IFrame
10:30
Form Communicate with a Database
10:40
Complex Form
11:01
Edit Form
11:30
Form Builder: Only Adds a Field
12:04
Checkbox
12:37
Page Created Outside of WordPress
13:18
Create a Form Using iFrame
13:43
First Look for iFrame Code, Then Embed URL f the Form
14:07
Finding Help

8m 32s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:19
WordPress Help
1:15
Developers
1:30
Browser: Themes Directory
1:55
Support Forums
3:02
Theme That's Not a Part of WordPress
3:06
Browser: Manage Themes > Theme ID
4:02
WordPress: Other Theme Example
5:09
Google
5:56
Previous Responsive Theme
6:05
Keyword Search: Type in the Name of Theme, WordPress, and Question
6:42
Backing Up

11m 49s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:38
Backup Content
1:54
Export When Backing Up
2:12
Browser: Tools > Export
2:56
Places to Download: Hard Drive, External Hard Drive, and iCloud Drive
4:13
Database
5:39
Store Information Regarding Users, Authors, Commentators
5:43
Backup Icon
7:22
Google
8:00
Themes Download as a Zip File
8:04
Browser: WordPress Install Themes
8:41
You Can Edit if You Install Themes
10:46
RSS Feeds

15m 53s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:46
RSS
1:10
Real Simple Syndication
1:16
Example: Blog Where You Write the Article Completely
2:38
Share
3:28
Access Feeds from Site
3:39
This Blog Uses Meta Box for Site Admin, Log Out, Entries RSS
3:49
Browser: Meta
4:28
Dashboard > Appearance > Widgets
5:09
If You Don't Want It There, Just Drag It Away
5:45
How Do You Find RSS Feeds
6:17
Wed Addresses to Find Feeds
6:27
Example of What a Regular Feed Looks Like
8:19
If You Want to Have a Category
9:07
Tech News
11:16
How to Create a Feed
12:31
Need to Have Web Address of Feed
12:49
First Step: Click on Build
12:58
Questions: Do You Want to Show the Channel, Number of Items to Display, etc
13:22
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Last reply by: Professor Jim Hague
Fri Dec 2, 2016 5:46 PM

Post by Kishor Pant on November 26, 2016

Hi Jim,
After logout from wordpress.com  or any hosted wordpress sites (wordpress.org), I got following errors. While I am logged in as a user, I can see any pages and posts. Please help me find the solution.

Not Found
Apologies, but the page you requested could not be found. Perhaps searching will help.

Thanks,
Kishor

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