Get a look at the new WordPress 3.4 Welcome screen that you’ll see immediately after you update.
WordPress Video Tutorials
What’s new in WordPress 3.4 including theme customization and search features.
In this video you’ll learn how to create a custom navigation menu for your site. And, the special tricks you’ll need to know when you use static pages for your Home and blog pages so that you won’t see two links for Home.
In my opinion, the default text editor has long been the bane of WordPress. It was finally reworked in version 3.3, but not nearly enough. In this video you’ll see my favorite rich text editor plugin called TinyMCE Advanced. You’ll see how to install and configure it, plus some of the options it offers that will make your posts candy for both readers and search engines.
With the release of WordPress version 3.3 there are no longer performance penalties for using the pretty permalink structure. But, the structure that works best for you needs to be based on the type of site you run, not just on generic SEO advice. In this video you’ll see the permalink structures available, which one is right for you, and how to set them up properly. You’ll definitely want to watch this video if you plan to change permalink structures because some changes require you to create special redirects to your pages.
The release of WordPress 3.3 is imminent and there have been several changes since the Beta 3 version. Watch this quick video on all of the new features, including the new Welcome screen you’ll see immediately after upgrading.
There are several new features in the new WordPress 3.3 version due out soon and the one I think most folks will be excited about is the new drag and drop media uploader. There are three ways to use it, and some have caveats that will affect your SEO. I’ll show you all three ways in this quick video tutorial.
WordPress 3.3 is due to be released near the end of November. This release doesn’t have as many changes as the last major release, but some things that you probably use all of the time have been moved around and tweaked a bit, and you’ll want to know what they are. Watch this short video to see all of the changes.