Over the last six weeks we have released a brand new online tutorial each week. Each tutorial gives you a taste of WordPress, the Content Management System we choose to build our websites on.
In case you missed it all live, here are the videos all in one place. The following videos will give you an overview of some of the key features of our (and the world’s) favourite CMS and also a few hints and tips too.
The Media Library is an often overlooked feature of WordPress. It sits there quietly in the menu whilst everyone uploads all of their media as they create and edit their posts and pages.
We’re gearing up to launch our free 6 part series of Online Tutorials. We’ll be posting them on YouTube and Facebook starting from Thursday 15th June. We’ll be following up each video tutorial with a Q&A each following Tuesday in our Support with WordPress Facebook Group.
With the release of WordPress 4.8 just around the corner (officially WordPress don’t have a release date set yet for 4.8 but we’ve heard from reliable sources that a release in June is likely) I thought I’d go through some of the key features you can expect to see when it lands!
Our past experience selling WordPress themes on ThemeForest (and other marketplaces) has given us some insight into what customers really should be looking for when selecting a theme. It can be a daunting task with so many themes fitting so many niches across all of the marketplaces and it is important you make the right choice.
We have had a number of customers who had purchased one of our themes assuming it had a certain type of functionality, even though it wasn’t advertised as having so. This is frustrating on both sides, for us and the customer.
It is important to find out everything you can about a theme and the theme author before you hit that buy button, not after.
Hi, Jude here. Chris and I have been chatting and we realised that we told you a little bit about ourselves in the intro video for our “Starter” course but we had planned to tell you more. We have been so focused on working on our courses and running our Support with WordPress Facebook group, that we haven’t had the chance to introduce ourselves properly.
It was announced yesterday that WordPress 4.8 will officially no longer be supporting Internet Explorer 8, 9 and 10.