WordPress Tutorial: How to Set a Featured Image for a Post or Page

WordPress Tutorial: How to Set a Featured Image for a Post or Page


Hi and welcome to WordPress.com. This video will show you how to set a
featured image on a post or a page. Posts and pages can have a single
featured image assigned to them. Many themes will use a featured image
to enhance the site’s design. To assign a featured image to a post,
click on My Sites and Add a new post. In the editor under categories and tags,
you’ll see Featured Image. Click on Set featured image to see
the uploading screen. You can choose an image already in your
media library, or upload a new one. Next, click the button Set Featured Image
at the bottom right. Your image is now set. Publish your post or page, and voilà! Different themes can use featured images
in different ways. For example, here the images from
the most recent posts are being displayed on the front page. This page is using a featured image
as a page header, while here, the theme is using the featured
image set on the page chosen as the static front page. For more tips and tricks,
visit the WordPress.com support site.

WordPress Tutorial: How to Embed a YouTube Video in Your Website

WordPress Tutorial: How to Embed a YouTube Video in Your Website


Hi and welcome to WordPress.com. This video will show you how to embed
a YouTube video in a page or a post. To embed a video in a post, open up
the post editor, and click where you want your video to go. Make sure it is on a new line. Go to YouTube, and open the video
you want to embed. You can embed any video
that isn’t set to private. Click on the URL of the video,
and paste it in your editor. You can also set your video to play
at a specific time. Click on Share to open up more options
below the YouTube video. Set the time you want the video to start
playing, or, drag the cursor to the right spot and copy the URL generated below. Paste in your post editor, and that’s it. Update or publish your post,
and view your video in action. For all your WordPress.com questions,
visit our support section at en.support.wordpress.com.

WordPress Tutorial: How to Add a Photo Gallery

WordPress Tutorial: How to Add a Photo Gallery


Hi and welcome to WordPress.com. This video will show you how to add
a photo gallery in a page or a post. To get started, log in to your site
and click on My Sites. For this example, we’ll create a new blog post
where we’ll publish our gallery. Click on Add next to Blog Posts,
and title your new post. Click on the plus icon on the very left
of the editor toolbar. Select the photos you want to add
to your gallery from your media library. If you want to add new ones, upload them
from your desktop by clicking on Add New. You can also upload from a source online
by clicking on Add via URL and pasting in an image link. Now that you’ve chosen your images,
you can create your gallery. Click on Continue to choose
from one of the layouts. Different layouts have additional settings,
like number of columns. Set whether your photos will open
to an attachment page, the media file, or neither, when clicked on. Add captions to your images
by typing text in the caption field. Set the order of your photos by
dragging and dropping them, or click on random. Remove photos from your gallery
by clicking on the X in the corner. If you want to add a photo to your gallery,
click on Media Library to return to your selection and choose or upload additional photos. Click on the Preview tab to see
what your gallery looks like. When you’re happy with your gallery,
click Insert and publish or update. Take a look at your new gallery. Clicking on an image in the gallery
will open it full page, and you can scroll
through the gallery as well. There are seven different layouts
for galleries that you can use. Test them out to see
which ones you like best. And that’s it. For more tips and tricks,
visit the WordPress.com support site.

WordPress Tutorial: How to Create a Page

WordPress Tutorial: How to Create a Page


Hi and welcome to WordPress.com. This video will show you
how to create a new page on your WordPress.com
website or blog. When logged in to your site, hover over
Sites and navigate down to Pages. Click on Add. A new page will open up. Type in a title, and add the text, links,
and media you want on your page. Click on the gear icon on the top right
to open up the page settings. Under Status, you can change the page
visibility, or password protect it. You can change the status and
the time stamp, which is the date and time of publication. Click on the time to change it. Some themes allow you to add tags
to your page to organize your content. Next, add a Featured Image. Choose whether or not your page
is a Child Page of an existing page, and what order it should appear
in the drop-down menu. Your theme may also provide you
with page templates that can alter the display of your page. Read up on your theme documentation
to find out more about the options available for your particular theme. You can control whether the sharing settings
and likes appear on your page. You can choose your sharing buttons
in the general Sharing settings of your site, under My Sites
and Settings. Under More Options, you can edit
the Slug, the custom url of your page, and add an optional excerpt,
which is a short description of what is on your page. You can set the location your page
was created, and lastly, control commenting and pingbacks
to that page on other sites. If you want to copy a page
you’ve already created, click on Select a page to copy. When you’re ready to see your work
in action, click on the eye icon to preview what your page looks like. Your page saves automatically
every few seconds, so you can create a page and decide to publish it later. To schedule a page to publish later,
click on the calendar icon next to Publish. If you’re ready to make it live,
click Publish. And that’s it! For more tips and tricks,
visit the WordPress.com support site.

WordPress Tutorial: How to Create a Post

WordPress Tutorial: How to Create a Post


Hi and welcome to WordPress.com. This video will show you how to create
a new post on your WordPress.com website or blog. When logged in to your site, click on the icon
in the top right corner to launch a new post. If you are an author on multiple websites,
you’ll be prompted to choose the website you’d like to publish to. A new post will open up. Type in a title and add the text,
links, and media you want on your post. Click on the gear icon to see
the post settings available, which can vary depending on your theme. Under Status, you can change the post
visibility, or password protect it. You can change the status and the time
stamp, which is the date and time of publication. Click on the time to change it. Some themes allow you to feature
certain posts more prominently, by making them stick
to the front page. You can toggle this setting here. You can add categories and tags
to your post to organize your content, and add a featured image. You can control whether the sharing
buttons and likes appear on your post. You can choose your sharing buttons
in the general sharing settings of your site under My Sites, and Settings. Under More Options, you can edit the Slug,
the custom url of your post, and add an excerpt on your post,
which may appear on your home page, and when you share that post
on social media. You can set the location your post
was created, and lastly, control commenting and pingbacks
to that post on other sites. If you want to copy a post
you’ve already created, click on Select a post to copy. When you’re ready to see your work
in action, click on the eye icon to take a peek at your post. Your post saves automatically every
few seconds, so you can create a post and decide to publish it later
by clicking on the calendar icon on the top right. If you’re ready to make it live,
click Publish. And that’s it! For more tips and tricks,
visit the WordPress.com support site.

Web Development – CSS3 Transform, Transition and Animation

Web Development – CSS3 Transform, Transition and Animation


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Shopify vs  Etsy – Best ECommerce Platform 2019 (Pros+Cons)

Shopify vs Etsy – Best ECommerce Platform 2019 (Pros+Cons)


– So, you wanna start an online business, but you’re not sure the platform to do so? Well, today, we’re gonna do
the pros and cons of both, and sort out what you’re looking for, and what to get out of both platforms. (calm music) (dripping water) (crackling)
(bubbling) (suction noise) (ethereal chimes) – All right, guys, welcome
back to another video. If you’re not subscribed to the channel, make sure you hit that button below. Today, we’re talking
about Shopify verse Etsy. Let’s first start off
by defining, sort of, what both of these platforms are. So, what is Shopify? Shopify is one of the largest
e-commerce platforms today, and it hosts hundreds of
thousands of businesses in a thriving, little community. Shopify offers a powerful
amount of plugins for entrepreneurs or businesses, ranging from a small startup all the way to large corporations, so it has everything in between. Shopify stores are very customizable, so you can make them look
exactly how you want, and everything is under your control. Now, what is Etsy? So, where Shopify is a large
network of stores and shops, Etsy is more of a community
of artists, designers, and handmade items. So, let’s talk about how
these two platforms differ. We’ll start by naming the differences. So, the domain name, site design, pricing, types of visitors, marketplace rules. So, we’ll talk about domains. Shopify, you’re able to
customize your domain, purchase it, whether it’s
through Shopify itself or another provider, like GoDaddy, but it allows you to
customize exactly your URL and send traffic directly there. If I’m not mistaken, you are
able to pay a premium price to do that on Etsy, have
your own store name, but it will still be an Etsy shop. Where, Shopify, no one
knows exactly what platform you’re running on. In terms of site design,
Shopify allows you to design everything yourself. So, whether you get a developer, or you know how to do it yourself, you’re able to edit everything
from colors to styles, the layout, the buttons, everything. So, where Etsy, it’s
gonna look very similar to the other Etsy stores,
and you’ll not be able to differentiate yourself as well. So, the types of visitors. This is a big deal here. You have to remember that
Shopify, once you build a store, no one is gonna go to it. (laughs) Unless you spend hours
and hours on your SEO, and trying to drive organic traffic, the main part about Shopify is
that you will have to design some sort of marketing
plan to basically drive all that traffic to your website. Etsy, on the other hand,
already has a network of all these buyers that are coming there to look at all these different products. So, Etsy is already a well-known hub, so there’s already traffic going to it. In terms of the marketplace rules, Shopify, you’re basically able
to sell whatever you’re want, where Etsy is more along the
lines of handmade products, and stuff like that. In terms of pricing, the
basic, basic Shopify plan you can get is around just over
$28 US, if I’m not mistaken. I do have a free trial you
guys can take a look at down in my description, if you
do decide to go with Shopify. But the basic Shopify’s about $29 a month, as well as it charges you a
percentage of each purchase. So, for instance, Shopify
will charge, on average, and I’m trying to pull
up the numbers here, around three, two to three
percent per purchase. They will get their transaction fee. So, on the other hand,
Etsy, they don’t charge you a monthly payment, but they do
charge you a transaction fee, which is closer to about
three and a half percent, so a little bit higher than Shopify. So, let’s talk about the look and feel of these different
types of platforms here. So, as mentioned above, all
Etsy stores look the same. They’re all branded with Etsy, and it’s all under the same
sort of URL destination point. For some, this might be a benefit, because you don’t have
to design it yourself, and you can just start selling right away. For those of you that want more freedom, Shopify is the place to
go, because you’re able to design everything,
from start to finish, and there’s a million tutorials
on YouTube, for instance, where you’re able to just follow along, and create a converting website. I might even have a video down below that you guys can follow along with. So, in learning how to sell products on both of these platforms,
Etsy will be easier for you right away. You don’t have to design a website, you can put your products up right away, and they’ll be visible on the marketplace. As long as you’re naming
your products similar to other products that
are selling, for instance, you’ll be able to get
found relatively easy. In terms of Shopify, well,
it’s more complicated. It’s still very easy to set up. Like I mentioned before, you
just need to watch a tutorial, and you’ll be able to set up a store. In terms of Shopify store,
everything comes down to trust. Where, when people go to
Etsy, they’re already trusting that this is a reputable
source, people are on there, and there’s rules and
guidelines basically governing what the sellers are able
to do on the platform. Shopify takes a lot more to
gain that trust through people. You need to have a very clean website, it needs to look professional, and it can’t look like you’re
just trying to spam them with all these apps
that you just loaded in, in trying to get all of their information. In terms of the support on
both of these platforms, they both have a huge community of people who have used these
platforms, as well as asked the same questions you might be as well. So, they have forums that
you’re able to search into, what kind of problems you
have, and find those answers very easily. So, in terms of my pick,
it’s hard to just pick one or the other. I have had both Shopify and Etsy stores, and I use them both to their advantages, and that’s what you
guys have to do as well. So, I’ve made four points for each store, to help it narrow down for you even more. So, choose Shopify over Etsy if, one, you have a lot of inventory. Two, you sell a lot of
different types of products. Three, most of your products are not crafts, vintage or art, and you want your, and four, you want your store to be fully customizable. Choose Etsy over Shopify if,
one, you have a smaller budget, you’re an artist or a craft maker, three, you wanna benefit off
Etsy’s already built up brand and traffic, and four,
you’re not too concerned with customizability. I hope you liked the video, guys, I hope it was easier to narrow down which platform you might be joining. If you did choose Shopify,
there’s a link in the description for a 14-day free trial, and
if you did like this video, It’d mean a lot to me if you
could hit that like button, and subscribe to my channel. Until next time, take care.

Apple Watch Website Design With Inkscape – SVG Backgrounds for Modern Web Design

Apple Watch Website Design With Inkscape – SVG Backgrounds for Modern Web Design


All file download link you can get
from description of this video I will use Inkscape 1.0 beta version If you has different version thats okay This is bootstrap grid I have made a video with semantic-ui grid Link in description you can checkout Once again see how I open layer panel Same way I will add all essential panel If anything went wrong let me know in comment Help me to grow my youtube channel Double click to create a new point Select the point and change the color If you think video is too fast You can reduce playback speed from setting button Watch more web design videos click top right corner Press + for zoom in and – for zoom out Press Ctrl and drug to lock aspect ratio I set blend made to soft light Add first point and press Shift and click at top Press Enter to make linke Press Ctrl and make it smaller + For Zoom In
– For Zoom Out Please Like, Comment and Subscribe Press Ctrl and rotate This text is just for style You can make this text bold + for Zoom In
– for Zoom Out Press Ctrl and scale Select A icon and click to add text press Ctrl and scale to lock aspect ratio Just select and change the color
which is better for you Click first point and Ctrl click in second point Press Enter to make line Now change color and style make sure page is selected