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REVISIONS

REVISIONS

REVISIONS

This video will introduce you to the Revisions tool in WordPress.

This ‘Revisions’ tutorial covers:

  • Displaying and hiding the revisions tool in the post/page editor
  • Searching through revisions
  • Reviewing changes saved in revision
  • Comparing two revisions
  • Restoring a previous version of a post or page

The revisions tool keeps a record of each of the post and page saved drafts, periodic autosaves and published updates.

You can open the preview revisions screen by clicking on the date and time of the revision you would like to review.

Click on a revision to enter the preview revisions screen.
Click on a revision to enter the preview revisions screen.

The preview screen displays what changes were made in each revision–what was added, what was moved and what stayed the same. By simply dragging the revisions slider or using the next/previous button you can see what changes have been made to a post or a page.

The revisions page also includes a ‘compare any two revisions’ mode that allows you to compare any two versions of a post or page. If you find an older version of the post or page you would like to restore, simply click the ‘Restore This Revision’ or ‘Restore This Autosave’ button, and your post or page will restore to the previous version.

Click 'compare any two revisions' to view versions side-by-side.
Click ‘compare any two revisions’ to view versions side-by-side.

Introduce your users, clients or internal staff to the revisions feature in WordPress to let them better manage their developing posts, revert to older content and increase the professionalism of your editorial service.

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ADD NEW PAGE

ADD NEW PAGE

ADDING NEW PAGE

This video will introduce you to an overview of editing posts and pages in WordPress with this quality unbranded help and support video.

This ‘Add New Page’ tutorial covers:

  • Creating a new page
  • Adding page content
  • The ‘Preview’ page tool
  • ‘Save Draft’
  • Publishing a page

Because of how ‘Pages’ are structured, they are most often used to show content that doesn’t change very often. To access the ‘Add New Page’ screen, from the dashboard hover over ‘Pages’ and click ‘Add New’.

Hover over 'Pages' in the dashboard and click 'Add New'.
Hover over ‘Pages’ in the dashboard and click ‘Add New’.

In the first text field give your page a title. Pressing the tab key will move the cursor into the text editor for adding and editing content to the body of your new page.

If you would like to save the content of your new page without making it live on your site click the ‘Save Draft’ button in the ‘Publish’ module. Clicking ‘Preview’ will let you see what your new page will look like when published. If your are satisfied with your new page click ‘Publish’ and the content will be added to your site.

'Publish' will make your page available for immediate use.
‘Publish’ will make your page available for immediate use.

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PAGES VS. POSTS

PAGES VS. POSTS

PAGES VS. POSTS

This video will introduce you to adding images to the differences and similarities of pages & posts in WordPress.

The ‘Pages vs. Posts’ tutorial covers:

  • A side-by-side comparison of Pages and Posts
  • The similarities between the two
  • How Posts display on your site
  • Features for organizing Posts
  • The purpose of Pages
  • How Pages are organized

While the Page editor and Post editor look the same and provide many of the same tools, the similarities pretty much stop there. Pages and Posts each have a unique structure for how content is organized, searched and shared. A Post is like a journal entry that by default displays on your home page in reverse order–showing the most recent entry first. Posts can be tagged and organized into categories providing powerful search options for finding and managing archived posts.

Post categories help make your site easier to navigate.
Post categories help make your site easier to navigate.

Pages on the other hand are for content that stays the same most of the time–like a ‘Contact’ page or an ‘About Us’ page. Pages do not have the ability to add Tags or Categories, but instead allow you to position one page under another creating Sub-Pages helping to make your content easier to navigate and manage. Organizing your content into Sub-Pages not only helps make your site easier to navigate, but when laid out thoughtfully it can make your site easier to find by search engines, like Google, potentially driving more traffic to your site.

Give your site structure by adding sub-pages.
Give your site structure by adding sub-pages.

Make your content easier to navigate and manage, and help drive traffic to your site, by give your users, clients or internal staff a better understanding of Pages and Posts.

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ADDING MEDIA

ADDING MEDIA

ADDING MEDIA

This video will introduce you to uploading media to WordPress.

This ‘Upload Media’ tutorial covers:

  • Finding ‘Upload New Media’
  • Drag-and-Drop uploader
  • File selector
  • Accessing the media editor

WordPress offers a simple drag-and-drop Media Uploader with multi-file selection for adding files to the ‘Media Library’ quickly and efficiently. To open the ‘Upload New Media’ screen hover over ‘Media’ in the sidebar of the Dashboard and click ‘Add New’.

Drag a media file to the uploader.
Drag a media file to the uploader.

You can ‘Upload New Media’ by dropping a file where it says ‘Drop Files Here’. Clicking ‘Select Files’ opens a desktop file browser for searching and uploading files from your computer. When a file is added a progress bar will appear. When the upload is complete a link to access the media editor will appear letting you know your files are ready for use.

Click 'Edit' to be taken to the file editor.
Click ‘Edit’ to be taken to the file editor.

If your browser is having trouble connecting with the WordPress uploader you can switch to the built-in file uploader by clicking the ‘browser uploader’ link.

This introduction to uploading media will give your users, clients and internal staff the toolset they need for adding content to the ‘Media Library’.

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HYPERLINKS

HYPERLINKS

HYPERLINKS

This tutorial will walk you through the process of creating and removing hyperlinks in WordPress

This ‘Hyperlinks’ tutorial covers:

  • A hyperlinks overview
  • Creating a hyperlink
  • Linking to existing Content
  • Removing a link

‘Hyperlink’ lets you link a word or a group of words to another Page or Post on your site, or to any other site on the web. Hyperlinks can be especially helpful in linking back to source material, helping your users discover more great content, improving SEO and user retention.

To create a hyperlink, highlight the word or group of words you would like to link and click the ‘Insert/Edit Link’ icon in the visual editor.

Highlight a word or a group of words and click the 'Link' icon.
Highlight a word or a group of words and click the ‘Link’ icon.

In the popup dialog box enter the URL you would like the content to link to, a ‘Title’ describing the link and choose if you want the link to open in a new window. You can also search existing posts and pages from your site to link to by clicking ‘Or link to existing content’. When the link has been set the way you want it to appear click the ‘Add Link’ button.

Use the popup dialog box to setup your link.
Use the popup dialog box to setup your link.

To remove a link simply place your cursor on the link you would like to remove and click the ‘Remove Link’ icon.

Provide your users, clients or internal staff with this ‘Hyperlinks’ guide and help increase the value of your site.

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