This video shows you the basic tools for viewing files from the command line: “cat”, “more” and more’s successor “less” (so called because “less is more” – don’t say programmers don’t have a sense of humour!)
I’m often asked to add, remove or change users on my clients’ WordPress sites. But it’s actually really easy to do this yourself. This video explains why you would use multiple user accounts and talks you through adding a new user in WordPress. We also look at deleting and editing users, and re-visit the password reset process.
OK, WordPress 4.7 isn’t new now, but it’s been a while since I did a screencast, but I’m way overdue an overview of what’s new in WordPress version 4.7. So here it is.
This is a short overview of what’s new in WordPress version 4.6. There’s not much, but hopefully a few helpful tips and pointers to help you through the new release.
This is a short video giving an overview of the main changes for users in WordPress 4.5.
After a bit of a break we take a whistle-stop tour of the theme customizer. The customizer lets you change theme options with a live preview, and even preview new themes!
There are nearly 40,000 plugins in WordPress. This screencast explains how you can choose which to use.
Plugins are extra modules that you can install to WordPress to make it do new and exciting things (or, in some cases, really quite boring but essential things). This Press Up shows you how to find, install, activate, de-activate and remove plugins in WordPress.
We take a slight diversion today to look at how you can easily run software updates in WordPress. These are essential for keeping your site secure and working well.