‘tutorial’ Videos

  • Úna Ní Fhlannagáin: We Rocked The Royal Albert Hall… thanks to WordPress

    WordCamp Dublin 2017Speaker: Úna Ní Fhlannagáin

    November 12, 2017 — In 2006, I started working in a non-profit music school and founded the first ever accessible harp programme in the west of Ireland. Ten years later in 2016, my harp students were invited to perform in a concert of music students from all over the world in the Royal Albert Hall… and they rocked out! My students come from a background of no harp, and/or no music education in their families, so I had to think outside the box to reinforce their learning. I used WordPress to create a site with video tutorials and other resources for them, which was a huge factor in their successful performance.

  • Alex Denning: The Art of Writing a Great WordPress Tutorial

    WordCamp London 2016Speaker: Alex Denning

    May 30, 2016 — How do you write a really good WordPress tutorial? A high-accessible breakdown of how to write about WordPress in a way that is engaging and can be understood clearly. A look through how to: successfully identify people’s problems, establish trust and create an engaging narrative, format code examples, understand how to maximise accessibility, weave in calls-to-action and share your work! The aim is to ensure everybody can come away from the talk much better understanding how to write the awesome WordPress tutorials that can spread knowledge far and wide.

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  • Sticky Posts: A Super-Easy WordPress Tutorial

    July 19, 2015 — What is a Sticky Post? How can I make a post sticky? What does a Sticky Post look like? Compare the appearance of sticky posts in three different themes.

    This is a beginner-level tutorial.