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WordPress Basics – Editing the Home Page

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AIS Solutions Group presents the first in a series of tutorials designed to introduce beginners to the WordPress content management system.
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Responsive WordPress Theme Editing Home Page Widgets 1, 2 and 3 w/BONUS tutorial

Responsive WordPress Theme Editing Home Page Widget-1, 2 and 3 with Bonus tutorial included for editing Main Content and Featured Content areas as well as ed…
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  • phpwebbies
    July 2, 2014

    By Allan WHitney

  • Mai Donaldso
    July 2, 2014

    Mind blowing tips and i just love to visit premieressay com because i get
    many tips on writing and lots of expert here for help

  • Matthew Peters
    July 2, 2014

    how do I get rid of the big hashtag that pops up called “responsive?” I
    want to replace it with other text… 

  • Gail Jackson
    July 2, 2014

    Just added my like to your views. I installed this theme today and now I
    know how to use those widgets. Good tutorial. Thanks.

  • Craig Childers
    July 2, 2014

    I appreciate the patient way in which you present your tutorials. It
    makes a huge difference in what the learner retains. Thank you

  • GeChic h
    July 2, 2014

    Hi, how do I remove both the Feature home page title 1 and 2 ??

    I was looking for CSS codes but only found one that change then font and
    size

    thanks

  • Hartmut Wehrmeyer
    July 1, 2014

    Hi Allan, thank you very much. I am not so familiar with css and that stuff
    and I have the following questions concerning the widgets that might be
    interesting for other users too:
    – Can I add a second row of widgets (-> six in total – e.g. for six product
    groups)
    – Where does this blackstudio widget come from? I don’t have it
    – Can I places links behind each home widget, e.g. to a separate subpage

    Best regards

    Hartmut

  • Ethan Rush
    July 1, 2014

    Your videos are excellent. They have helped me immensely.

  • wiseborn appiah kubi
    July 1, 2014

    nice one there very clear 

  • Jerry Bustamente
    July 1, 2014

    Great job. Thanks Allan.

  • entropy0321
    July 1, 2014

    Thanks for your tutorials man, they’ve REALLY helped. Would’ve been really
    lost without these.

  • Karen Long
    July 1, 2014

    Allan, thanks for taking the time to make such a detailed video! I was
    stumped on how to change the small widgets and you gave me the secret (add
    a Text/HTML widget inside the Responsive widget. Tricky)

    I’m also going to install Black Studio TinyMCE, like now!

    Karen

  • Keith Williams
    July 1, 2014

    I’ve watched at least two of your half-hour videos. They are VERY helpful!
    In fact, they are the most helpful of anything I’ve been able to find
    related to Responsive.
    I was thinking of dumping responsive for something I could figure out how
    to use. Now, perhaps, I’ll stick with it.

    I would suggest, however, —and along the lines of Alex below— that it
    does take a lot longer than I feel necessary. For example, when showing how
    to use Home Widgets 1 to 3, showing how to deal with H W 1 then saying the
    other two are exactly the same would have cut the time down by 2/3. If one
    needs to go over it again, they can always “rewind” and see it again.

    That being said, I DO find your videos helpful. I’ll watch more of them,
    for sure.

  • Sadanand Kasukurthi
    July 1, 2014

    Really Thanks a lot Alex whitney for your easy, simple and clarity
    instructions. Just now i applied these instructions to my website to
    following your guidance. Thanks you.

  • Gerry Visca
    July 1, 2014

    Allan, thanks for the support – I am using Elastic as my theme and I need
    to get it optimized and working on mobile devices. It currently crashes on
    my iphone. What is the simplest way to getting the site to work on all
    mobile devices so it looks like the way it does on a computer. I am not a
    techie so can you give me some straight forward instructions? Thank you. 

  • John Conway
    July 1, 2014

    Thanks for taking a half an hour to present what would take 2 days to
    figure out from a book.. Proud to be one of the 16,000 views.. Not sure of
    any wpress theme tutorials with 100,000 views.. Maybe it was the one from a
    former Eastern Block country on how to print $100 bills on paper bags..
    Thanks again. 

  • Johnny Ellis
    July 1, 2014

    Hey Allen, I have a responsive theme and I also have cyber chimp. Yet when
    I see you go from one page to another, my pages don’t act like yours. I’m
    doing your Theme editing Home, widgets 1,2, 3 ect. Can you tell me if my
    responsive is the same as yours. How can I tell?

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    July 1, 2014

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  • skullgangent100
    July 1, 2014

    why cant i hear it through one ear phone and thumbs up if your watch in 2011

  • Leroy Abney
    July 1, 2014

    I am an expert in wordpress and I recorded a series of 55 video tutorials
    regarding wordpress. WP developers say that this is the most complete
    wordpress training ever created. I posted a sample part of the course on my
    channel. check it out.

  • needlessdesire
    July 1, 2014

    Cut the crap by skipping to 3:09

  • Seo Philippines Alexis Aspi
    July 1, 2014

    thanks a lot… now i know hehehe where’s the homepage

  • PriesT | Illegal Productions
    July 1, 2014

    4:00 to cut more crap

  • Aidey
    July 1, 2014

    lots of rambling, get to the point init.

  • Sanjay Dange
    July 1, 2014

    nice.

  • Lyal Miller
    July 1, 2014

    This information is dated – WordPress has upgraded a couple levels since
    this video was made.

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