We’ve got 5 different user roles in WordPress: Administrator, Editor, Author, Contributor and Subscriber. Each role is allowed to perform a set of tasks.Read more
It’s super easy to insert videos into your WordPress site.
Simply post the URL to the video into the page or post content area.
With creating a coupon code (the code the customer needs to enter to get the discount) you can as crazy as you like. You can pick a random code, based on a customers name or a campaign name. But what about PROMO10?Read more
Managing your WordPress online shop using the WP-Ecommerce plugin. Here’s the quick start guide to get the money flowing.Read more
Managing your gallery in your WordPress website is a breeze. Here’s the NextGen Gallery quick start guide.Read more
At its simplest, creating a post in WordPress requires you to go to Posts > Add New from the left-hand side menu enter a title and some text, and click Publish. And that’s it! Though there are more options available. Here’s an overview of the various post fields.Read more
The ‘Editing Area’ is the blank box where you enter your content you want to display on your site/blog. Now you might think ‘wow that’s a small area…’ But hover with your mouse over the bottom-right corner. See how the cursor changes to an arrow? Now click and drag to re-size…Read more
Hitting ‘enter’ in WordPress will create a paragraph styled with a certain top and bottom margin. But sometimes you just want a single line break. Here’s a little trick if you want to create a carriage return (single line break): hold shift while hitting the ‘enter’ key.Read more