WordPress How-To Videos: Part 15 – Adding New Users

Posted on: 01.19.2012 By: Brian McNitt Leave a Comment
WordPress How-To Videos: Part 15 - Users

Take control. In the fifteenth video in our WordPress how-to series you’ll learn how to manage site access via User roles and permissions, make use of the Contributor and Editor roles to establish publishing workflows, add new site users, and customize the WordPress admin display for each user.

TED: Defend our freedom to share (or why SOPA is a bad idea)

Posted on: 01.19.2012 By: Brian McNitt Leave a Comment
TED: Defend our freedom to share (or why SOPA is a bad idea)

Learn the history and basics of SOPA and PIPA/PROTECT-IP from this TED Talk, learn which members of Congress support Internet censorship, learn three simple ways you can take action now.

Nice “Stop SOPA” WordPress Plugin

Posted on: 01.18.2012 By: Brian McNitt Leave a Comment
“Stop SOPA!” WordPress Plugin

Here’s a nice, simple “Stop SOPA!” plugin for WordPress that’s easy to install. The plugin adds a small tab to the righthand side of your website that expands when clicked and includes text that in-turn links to the Stop American Censorship website. If you think SOPA is a bad idea, consider installing this plugin on your WordPress based site today.

WordPress How-To Videos: Part 14 – Installing Plugins

Posted on: 01.17.2012 By: Brian McNitt Leave a Comment
WordPress How-To Videos: Part 14 – Installing Plugins

Welcome to the fourteenth video in our WordPress how-to series. In this video, you’ll learn how to add new site features and functions via plugins, view plugins currently installed on your WordPress site, setup and activate the Akismet spam protection plugin, search for new plugins via the WordPress Plugin Directory, and add a sample Twitter plugin to your sidebar.

WordPress How-To Videos: Part 13 – Building Custom Menus

Posted on: 11.07.2011 By: Brian McNitt Leave a Comment
WordPress How-To Videos: Part 13 - Building Custom Menus

In the thirteenth video in our WordPress how-to series you’ll learn how to create a custom WordPress menu (supported on some themes), order and reorder menu items, update menu title text, create submenus and use the Custom Menu widget.