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WordPress: Tutorial Videos

New with WordPress? Don't worry. We got you covered. We have created a series of videos that tackle all the things that you need to know about WordPress. We will show you step-by-step, click-by-click, how to make your custom website. 

Note: We are always working to improve our builder, some videos may not look identical to your current editing experience. We will continue to update videos as we update the product.

Video list:



WordPress: Introduction

This first video covers everything you need to know about WordPress, how to install it, and how to use WordPress to build a custom website. 



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WordPress: How to Install

Installing WordPress is the first step in building that perfect website. It's like installing an app on your computer, but instead of a program, you are installing WordPress. Please watch this video and we will show you click-by-click steps on how to install WordPress.



For numbered steps, please click here.

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WordPress: How to log In

To manage your WordPress website, you need to log in to your WordPress dashboard. You can do this either through your Domains dashboard or directly using a browser. Please watch this video and we will show you click-by-click steps on how to log in to WordPress.



For numbered steps, please click here.

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WordPress: How to change themes and appearances

When creating your first WordPress website, the first thing that you want to do is to pick a theme and customize its overall look and feel. This is one of WordPress's fun parts, and it is also one of the reasons why it is so popular. Please watch this video and we will show you click-by-click steps on how to change themes and customize your website's appearance.

Related links:

WordPress: Themes and Plugins
WordPress: How to Install a Theme
WordPress: How to Uninstall a Theme

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WordPress: How to add pages

Depending on the nature of your website, webpages can contain all sorts of content. You can add blog posts, images, videos, music, and more, just be sure to lay them out in an organized manner. You can organize your content by arranging it on webpages. You can create an About page that talks about your company, a Gallery page for an event, or a Store page for your products and services. Check out the video below and we will show you click-by-click steps on how to add a static page on your website.  

For numbered steps, please click here.


Related links:

WordPress: How to delete a page
WordPress: How to Enable or Disable Comments
WordPress: How to Change Your Front Page

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WordPress: How to add a blog post

Now that you understand what a Static page is, let's talk about Dynamic pages. A Dynamic page is a webpage that contains regularly updated content. An excellent example of this is a Blog page. It can contain information and journals of the site owner, and his readers can post their comments. Check out the video below, and we will show you click-by-click steps on how to add a blog post on your website.  

For numbered steps, please click here.


Related links:

WordPress: How to delete a page
WordPress: How to Enable or Disable Comments

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WordPress: How to add a photo gallery

Images speak more than words. Photos can easily attract people to view and browse your website more than any other web design element. This is one good reason why you should have a gallery page on your website. You can showcase your products and services or feature an event. A gallery page is not just a gallery; it is a portfolio of your work because it best shows your potential customers what you have done and what you can do. 


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WordPress: Uploading a document

Uploading a document is one of the things that you might need to do with your website. You may need to upload your resume, a menu, a process sheet, a business permit, or any document you need to display. Check out the video below, and we will show you click-by-click steps on how to upload a document on your website. 


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