WordPress is a hugely popular blogging content management system, or CMS. This video offers a walkthrough of designing for WordPress. In part one, you will be downloading and installing WordPress. Then you will install the "Starkers" theme by Elliot Jay Stocks to start with a completely fresh slate for our new design. No sense starting with the default theme; it's more trouble than it's worth! In part two, you will go over the theory behind designing for WordPress and how it's much like "work...
Seems like everybody's blogging on the web these days. If you don't want to be the last one to the party, CNET shows you how you can get started with your own blog. If you know how to use a web browser, you should have no problem! Most bloggers use blogging services like Blogger or WordPress. Other sites like MySpace also let you blog. Or if you want, you can set up a blog on your own server. Learn all about getting started.
Blogging can be a fun way to express yourself by exploring your passions and interests. It can also be lucrative, if you know how to blog and monetize your blog correctly. This video shares a number of strategies for monetizing your blog, so that you can make money online!
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There is a up and coming website which seems to be creating quite a stir in the internet world, more specifically in the bloggers world. While WonderHowTo is a good website to get paid to blog on How To articles, there are other great websites that offer the same service. I routinely mention them here on WonderHowTo and some can be found in the links section, but this website is different. Most Blog-and-Pay websites use the Google Adsense program, such as WHT, but some people will actually pa...
Blogger is Google's blogging platform and this video shows how to signup, create, setup and start blogging on Blogger. You are given a run-through of going to blogger.com and signing up to create a blog, creating your account, naming your blog, selecting your template and finally creating the blog. After that you can go ahead and create your first post, format it, preview it and finally after everything is complete publish it on the web for everyone to see!
INTRODUCTION If you are a part-time blogger and owns a blog which is hosted on blogger, then the first thing which you could want to do is to convert your blog layout to a professional looking website. You can either edit the XML file yourself or you could choose to use a template designed by others. If you have no idea of XML editing and neither you want to use a template created by other, then hopefully there's a way to convert your blog into a website.
Start blogging directly from Micrsoft Word! Use spellcheck, and never worry about your browser eating your post. You can write your own perfectly formatted blog posts using Word 2007. And when you're done, you can even publish the post directly from the program to your Word-compatible blog on the web.
Flickr is the most known and dependable photo sharing website to date, so if you haven't made an account yet, you better now, if you want to share your precious photos with family, friends, and even the whole world! Flickr allows you to store digital photographs online and share them with other people.
One of the coolest feature of the 3G iPhone is the high speed, always on, Internet connection. Having a constant connection to the Internet is pretty much a must have for any dot com mogul. The main problem with the iPhone is the screen is too small to do any serious Web surfing. Yes, it’s great for Twitter or checking up on emails but blogging from it is an exercise in frustration. Fortunately, there is a way to extend that 3G connection onto your laptop by turning your iPhone into a wireles...
Jim Kukral with Ask the Blogger demonstrates how to make money off of your blog and how to, in essence, become a professional blogger. Making money off of your blog takes a lot of up front knowledge and a lot of learning. Use the service Six Figure Blogging because it is a complete blueprint for your blogging success. Six Figure Blogging is a training guide to teach you everything you really need to know about blogging. If you want to learn about blogging quickly from professional bloggers ch...
In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to start and set up a free blog. Viewers will learn how to setup a free blog for a charity, make a blog entry, edit and customize a blog and share a blog with their network. A blog is a online journal that provides the reader with regular posts on various topics. Three of the most popular blogging sites are: Blogger, Word Press and Live Journal. When creating a blog, keep the posts short and meaningful. Try to engage the reader. Update your blog regul...
Need some help choosing between the various free blogging platforms available? Well, you're in luck, as this video is designed specifically to help you to do just that. For specifics, and to get on your way to creating your own personal blog, watch this helpful video guide from the folks at Mahalo.
Once you've started a WordPress blog, it gives you your very first blog post, which says "Hello World". In this video, Cindy will walk you through how to change this very first post into an original work of your own. Make your very first splash onto the online world of blogging!
You’ve been blogging your fingers off for a few years now, and despite the ego rush of watching your hits soar, you’re wondering what’s the point—or, rather, how do I make some cold hard cash from this thing? Learn how to make money off of a personal blog by watching this video tutorial.
It's one thing to write in a given blog and another to author a blog itself. This video demonstration will teach you how to create a bare-bones blogging application using Ruby on Rails and version 6 of the NetBeans IDE. This example highlights NetBean's Ruby support.
WordPress started in 2003 with a single bit of code to enhance the typography of everyday writing and with fewer users than you can count on your fingers and toes. Since then it has grown to be the largest self-hosted blogging tool in the world, used on millions of sites and seen by tens of millions of people every day.
Sometimes I actually search Google Images for things other than GIFs and pictures of athletes' extremely hot wives. Google Images has helped me with school projects, work, and proving my friends wrong on numerous occasions. Unless you're strictly using it for the latter, you're going to have to be aware of copyrights.
Air New Zealand is looking for a spokesperson for the Antarctica: No Ordinary Place, No Ordinary Assignment project, a two-week adventure in Antarctica, where the chosen candidate will join National Geographic photographer Jason Edwards to document environmental issues and important research being conducted by research teams sponsored by Air New Zealand and Antarctica New Zealand.
Search Engine Optimization is important for every successful SEO or blogging campaign. Therefore it is required to be implemented in the correct manner. Google consider many factors while ranking a webpage and it keeps on changing. Some of the common SEO mistakes which you must avoid are as follows:
Believe it or not, the 2012 Presidential Election is (finally) almost over. While most of us are breathing a collective sigh of relief (no more political ads!), it still seems like it hasn't been that long since the last election results were announced. This time, though, one of the biggest differences is how people will watch. Since traditional cable is on its way out, and mobile devices are getting more popular every day, a lot of people will be watching this year's election results online ...
IFTTT (short for If This, Then That) is an amazing piece of software that automagically links actions on your phone with online services and real-world objects. For example, an applet could read: "if you come home, then turn on Wi-Fi." IFTTT goes further than just using simple smartphone functions, though — thanks to applets, it's fully configurable with a ton of smartphone apps.
Since it first launched in 2003, WordPress has dominated the internet. The free, open-source content management system (CMS) is used by over 60 million websites. Wordpress is undeniably one of the most popular CMS solutions in the world.
You can never replace the skills and expertise of a professional graphic designer, but Canva comes pretty damn close. It's ridiculously easy to use the drag-and-drop design tool for both professionals and people like me who don't have the need (or knowledge required) to use more advanced graphic design software.
WordPress did not become what is arguably the most popular blogging and CMS platform on the planet because it was difficult to use. Rather, its user-friendly and rich feature set led to it finding a home on somewhere north of 70 million websites—and that's just counting blogs hosted on WordPress.com.
Welcome back, my greenhorn hackers! As hackers, we often take for granted that nearly all of our hacking tools and operating system are free and open source. I think it's important to examine a bit of background on how we arrived at this intriguing juncture in the history of computer software. After all, we pay for nearly all of our other software (Microsoft, Adobe, etc.) and nearly everything else we use in life, so how is it that Linux and all our hacking tools are free?
How to set up and manage an online video blog; learn more about blogging and podcasting in this free instructional video series.
Getting your own blog is easier than what you can imagine. Thanks to WordPress. One need not be a techie to follow the steps mentioned below (though certain stages might require third-party advice).
Business owners and marketeers are diverting from traditional marketing techniques, including billboards, radio and TV advertising, brochures, and any other outdoor promotions, to cheaper but effective Internet marketing strategies. Under the new arrangement, business owners reach out to the final consumers through advertising on the World Wide Web.
To create an elegant WordPress blog or website from scratch without being noticed that you're a complete beginner, you need that drive and pairs of eyes and ears. It may seem difficult at first but it can truly be fun and exciting.
Want to know how to start your own vlog? Starting a video blog is simple... Get a camera!
The trend of online video sharing came to the mainstream with popularization of YouTube, which let users view, submit and share video clips. YouTube started off in the year 2005, and quickly became one of the most visited websites on the internet. Sensing the emerging trend, large companies like Google joined the trail and launched their own video sharing sites (Google later bought YouTube).
All great things of this world have a beginning. In the hopes that this will be one of those things, we here begin.
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Ok, so perhaps V.I.K.T.O.R. won’t replace Walter Murch or Thelma Schoonmaker anytime soon, but this app that automatically assembles clips and photos from your iPhone and transforms them into mini-movies is another viable example of software-assisted creativity.
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Creating your own video tutorials - part 2. In this second part of our tutorial series on how to create your own video tutorial for free we will go into editing your video using Windows Movie Maker, which is provided free with all new versions of Windows. Read the first article on video capture by clicking here!
Fact is, among many ways to make money online working from home such as blogging and Google AdSense, taking paid surveys, becoming a self-employed online writer... Affiliate Marketing stands out as the best choice to start with. It's highly recommended by many online marketers to people who want to create another steady stream of income. They stated that this online business has many advantages over other methods:
The Apple iPad hits the streets today and fans have been lining up to purchase the much hyped product since last night (and for some, even earlier - see 5th video below).
Microsoft just revealed the preview of its latest incarnation of Webmail, Outlook.com. One particular Outlook.com feature worth noting, is its support of multiple e-mail aliases. They're a great way to protect your primary e-mail address. And because you can't log in to your Outlook.com account with an alias, it adds another level of security. How To Add an alias