Archive for October, 2011

WordPress How-To Videos: Part 5 – Creating, Editing Pages

Posted on: 10.21.2011 By: Brian McNitt Leave a Comment
WordPress How-To Videos: Part 5 – Creating and Editing Pages

In the fifth video in our WordPress how-to series, you’ll learn about how Pages differ from Posts, how to create pages and subpages in WordPress, how to select a page template, how pages are ordered, how to bulk edit pages and more.

Video: What Is Search Engine Optimization – SEO In 3 Minutes

Posted on: 10.19.2011 By: Brian McNitt Leave a Comment
Video: What Is Search Engine Optimization / SEO In 3 Minutes

Learn about the basic ingredients of search engine optimization in this three minute video. Key points: keywords matter, page titles matter, links between sites matter, words in links matter, reputation matters. Sites with a consistent record of fresh, engaging content and a growing number of quality incoming links do best.

WordPress How-To Videos: Part 4 – Categories and Tags

Posted on: 10.18.2011 By: Brian McNitt Leave a Comment
WordPress How-To Guide: Using Categories and Tags

Welcome to the forth video in our WordPress how-to series. In this video, you’ll learn how to organize WordPress posts using categories and tags (keywords), the difference between categories and tags, how WordPress archive pages work, how to add/edit/delete WordPress categories and subcategories, and learn about post slugs and tag clouds.

WordPress How-To Videos: Part 3 – Edit an Existing Post

Posted on: 10.18.2011 By: Brian McNitt Leave a Comment
WordPress How-To Guide: Edit an Existing Post

Welcome to the third video in our WordPress how-to series. In this video, you’ll learn: How to edit WordPress posts, make a post private (password-protect a WordPress post), add tags, enable comments and trackbacks, create sticky posts, edit multiple posts at once, delete and restore posts.

Thank You, Steve Jobs

Posted on: 10.06.2011 By: Brian McNitt Leave a Comment
Steve Jobs - Think Different

Steve, Just want to thank you for all of the innovations you pioneered in the computer industry and beyond. My very first computer was an Apple IIe. I remember the excitement of opening the boxes, connecting the 80 column video card to the Apple monochrome display, connecting the dual 5.25 inch external floppy disk drives, […]