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WordPress.tv, the website that is responsible for publishing helpful tutorial and WordCamp content for the community, is now accepting video submissions from interested parties who would like to upload videos for worldwide viewing. In a March 18th blog post on the official site, WordCamp website administrator Andrea Middleton wrote, “Do you record your WordPress meetup? Submit it to WordPress.tv! Do you record WordPress screencast tutorials? Submit them to WordPress.tv! Do you create some other form of WP video awesomesauce that would benefit the community? WordPress.tv might be just the place for it.” WordPress Video Content Multimedia entries have become increasingly […]

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The last time we caught up with Organic Themes Founders Jeff Milone and David Morgan, our focus was on theme maintenance and design. It takes a couple of weeks for the Organic Themes team to update one of its products, a testament to the company’s focus on customer service and, perhaps more importantly, retention. This time, we thought we’d get a little sidetracked and talk about Organic Themes: the company. It’s everything you’d want to know about what goes into running a top-flight theme shop. WPHub: Where is Organic Themes headquartered? Jeff Milone: We’re a virtual company, so we don’t […]

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If you’re a fan of ThemeForest.net, then chances are you’ve browsed through the marketplace’s “Popular” tab a few times to see which products have been getting the most purchase orders from customers. The Avada WordPress theme, which was created just seven short months ago, is currently bringing in approximately 800 sales per week and has a solid hold on the top spot in the Weekly and 3 Month sales categories. On March 15th, Version 2.1.1 was released with a number of new features such as all shortcodes having a link target so links will open in a new window plus […]

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Building a custom navigation menu in WordPress has several challenges. I will cover some of them in this tutorial. The main focus will be on building custom navigation menus for the iPhone and other mobile devices. However, the menu will also work for regular PC users as well. If you don’t need the part for mobile devices, you can simply skip those parts and still learn how to build a nice top navigation menu for your WordPress blog. The menu I develop in this tutorial is a fixed positioned menu, meaning it stays at the top of the browser window […]

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WordPress.com representative Cheri Lucas announced Thursday that the company is unveiling a new look for its official tutorial website, Learn.WordPress.com. The site offers tabbed, outlined parameters for getting started using WordPress, including 12 individual sections ranging from how to get the most out of the platform to getting a homepage. In the March 14th blog post, Lucas writes “New to WordPress.com and don’t know where to start? Looking for just the right theme, or wondering how to use all the features in your dashboard? Interested in creating a website, not a blog? Or perhaps you’re ready to do more on […]