Posts Tagged ‘WordPress Tutorials’
WordPress is a popular Content Management System and Web Site Creation tool, used by millions of people around the world, including The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Ford, CNN, NASA, Pepsi, and many more. From beginning bloggers to the more experienced ones, WordPress is arguably the best platform to use.
If you’re fall under the first group, you will have an exciting (albeit sometimes difficult) time learning the ins and outs of WordPress. But there’s help for that.
TakeControlofWP.com, a new video tutorial website teaches beginners how to setup, secure, speed-up, and analyze their own business website quickly and easily using WordPress. Read More
WordPress has become the blogging platform of choice for many – individuals and businesses alike. With the host of features integrated, not to mention countless plugins that can be used to customize and enhance the final product, WordPress is certainly not to be ignored (although it has its fair share of naysayers).
If you are starting a WordPress site, or even if you already have one, but you want to take full advantage of what the platform has to offer, then you will want to catch this deal from Cult of Mac. Read More
In this WPShout entry Angela Giese provides the code to use and retrieve the number of your Twitter followers without being hit by the Twitter API restrictions, which popular bloggers can suffer from. This work around is mainly aimed at popular sites not using the Twitter widget.
Once you have added the code to your
functions.php you can easily implement the number of Twitter followers anywhere in your theme or design.
Read the tutorial, completely with copiable code, at WPShout.
A few years ago, the bubble effect that I’m about to show you to create could only be executed using flash animation but thanks to some CSS innovation, the limitations and boundaries to simple yet elegant design are crumbling. For any blogger or website owner, its very important to learn a little HTML and CSS; you will find that you have more control over your blog’s design and will be able to implement simple changes that can make your blog’s design stand out.
Here is a short and simple tutorial to give your buttons a nice bubble up effect that is sure to catch your readers’ attention, using the image swap method in CSS. Read More