This is the third in a series of tutorials on creating and editing wordpress pages and posts.
In this session, We study the anatomy of the wysiwyg interface and learn about the kitchen sink.
We also explore the capabilities the publish post box. Continue reading “Edit and Create Pages and Posts in WordPress – Part 3”
This is the second in a series of tutorials on creating and editing wordpress pages and posts.
In this session, we’ll tour the dashboard and learn how to customize it for our needs. We’ll study the anatomy of the administrative interface with a preference for discussing the areas we’ll be using most. We’ll discuss the difference between posts and pages and create and edit a few of the same. We’ll also briefly mention media and comments but will discuss these in a later tutorial. Continue reading “Edit and Create Pages and Posts in WordPress – Part 2”
This is a simple tutorial series in several parts that will show how to log in, find your password if you can’t remember it, and create, edit and delete posts and pages in wordpress. There will also be a small bit on how to upload images.
Continue reading “Edit and Create Pages and Posts in WordPress – Part 1”
AutoCAD’s printing capabilities are very customizable. If you don’t make custom paper sizes changes very often, it’s easy to forget how to do it. This tutorial quickly dives into the bowels of AutoCAD to show you how to create additional paper sizes. It also tackles grayscale printing.
Continue reading “AutoCAD Tutorial – Custom Paper Size and Grayscale Printing”
I buy things at Newegg. I have found them to be a trustworthy merchant. However, they’ve just instituted a new policy that I find irritating on a number of levels. When I see an item for sale, I want to know how much it costs. They have just instituted a “Price-Available-at-Checkout” policy. This is different from their already inconvenient “See-Price-in-Cart” practice, where some items are set so you cannot see the price until the item is in your cart. Continue reading “Newegg: Axe the Price-Available-at-Checkout policy.”