January 5, 2009
If you’d like to add a new link to your blogroll or other list of links, this video will take you through how to get it done
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I find this information very helpful, Thank you…John
ok……..how do i get to the “next video” to put the link in???
Where do I find the side-bar?
To edit your sidebar, head to Appearance > Widgets
i second wlpryor’s emotions! How do we find the “next video”? if you’ll check my blog through wordrpress, you’ll see why I ask. although i’ve added a few, they don’t look like the automatically generated wordpress links under “Blogroll”. Hope the question gets answered soon. thanks for your help.
Here it is: http://wordpress.tv/2009/01/05/displaying-a-list-of-links-in-your-sidebar
good to know Thx
Thanks for the 411 very useful.
Great post John! Thank you.
It’s help me how to improve my blog !
Very helpful, thank you!!
How do you add sidebars?
On WordPress.com, the number of sidebars and the placement of those sidebars is dependent on the theme you have chosen. In order to add Widgets to an existing sidebar, you would go to Appearance > Widgets.
Sidebars are added at the theme level. If you are using a blog hosted on WordPress.com, you won’t be able to add them. If you’re running a self-hosted blog, you’ll need to have some theme editing knowledge to do it.
Very helpful! Thank you!
Really useful – solved my dilemma!
thanks….your tutorial helped me a lot to implement links in my website thanks to all of you
Very helpful information, i am just taking your feed )
Sidebar problem is concurrent and accurate. I have experienced this too. Another way is to add a text wrap to it. I hope this helps.
Sidebar problem is concurrent and accurate. Even I have experienced this too like some other here.
Done everything like you said in the video and it works great. Thank you
Video was easy to follow. Everything worked out as expected, thank you.
Very well done
New to blogging very useful. Thanks for taking the time to explain.
If you’re running a self-hosted blog, you’ll need to have some theme editing knowledge to do it.
Excelent tutorial, thanks
Thanks for this tutorial
Very Useful Thank you
Very simple and informative, thank you much.
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