As we get older our eyesight is one of the first indications. Fortunately, there are a few tricks on a computer that trumps paper. Although this video is out of sequence, I feel it’s an important topic in order to make working on a computer more enjoyable.
Let’s face it… everything is more enjoyable if you can actually see what’s going on.
Watch this tutorial for three different ways to increase the size of text and images on your computer letting you focus on you job, instead of what the computer (or other website) is trying to tell you.
Writing your first WordPress post is one of the most exciting elements of running a website. Once you understand how easy it is to publish your thoughts it’ll become second nature to you.
In this video, we learn the proper way to use headings, or at least the way that your article stands the best chance at being found, and a few more basics in publishing using the WordPress platform.
Formatting text for the web is as easy as using the built-in buttons to select the desired effect just like your typical word processor. However, the full toolbar is initially hidden from view.
In this video, we expand the formatting toolbar and look at what the various buttons do and how to use them. Among formatting options we also look at adding links to other pages within your site, links to other sites and proper net-etiquette and keeping the synopsis short using the continue reading button.
Yes, it’s basic, but surprisingly can confuse nearly anyone.
This tutorial runs you through how to properly log in and log out of a WordPress site. It provides tips for moving between fields and what happens when you make a mistake… it happens to all of us.
Furthermore, it includes a Crib Sheet for your use after you’ve viewed the video.
Welcome to my video series on writing for blogs.
As mentioned elsewhere on this topic, the videos are intended for folks who have little to no computer experience. I intend to publish a link to the video that’s also available on YouTube, however on this site, I’ll include (where possible) written instructions re-enforcing the content of the video.
We’re pleased to announce that we’re in the process of producing a series of videos aimed directly at blog writers, more specifically, WordPress blog writers. This series is unique in the sense that backend knowledge — as in administrative knowledge — of running a site is not required, nor does extensive understanding of computer lingo and procedures. They are written specifically with the “computer illiterate” in mind.
This doesn’t mean that complex situations won’t be covered — well, complex for the computer — it simply means that they’re presented in such a way as to maximize writing time and computer strengths and minimize frustrations.
These videos will be available through this website in a coherent collection and on YouTube.
We hope that you find them useful and look forward to your comments and suggestions for future episodes.