Dropbox is your hard drive online. This is the second article in a series of posts to help you get more out of the internet. The previous article was about Evernote. Just like Evernote, Dropbox is easy to use and jam-packed with functionality and utility. Dropbox is an app that stores your files in the […]
Tutorials, Guides and How-To Blogposts About the Stuff I Care About
I use the word tutorial a bit loosely. You can find find guides, how-to blogposts and FAQ in here. I also write Website tutorials at Real Free Website
Easy peasy tutorial today. Over time, I accumulated a lot of pages on Facebook. Some were mine, and other pages I just administer. So it was time to clean up. First I removed myself as an admin from those pages that I no longer work with. The next step was easier than I thought, I […]
Soon after you get your free website setup, you will want to change the theme or customize the one that is there. You’ll want to add your own content to the prebuilt pages. Most of the other important things have already been done for you when you receive your site. But menus are special because […]
This is a free tutorial created for the Free WordPress Website offer I have going on. It covers how to update plugins and themes so that your WordPress website has the best chance of fending off a hijacking or hacking attempt. It’s short and sweet and to the point.
This is the first video I publish from a series of Fly on The Wall style tutorials. Several people have asked me to invite them to a hangout when I’m doing “stuff” on WordPress. That usually wouldn’t work because I don’t know when I’ll do these things. So I did the next best thing and […]
Lots of people start blogging at WordPress.com. WordPress.com is easy to use, you can get started quickly and it’s free. Other benefits include the built-in community that exposes your blog to millions of potential readers and a technical benefit is that WordPress.com is robust and reliable. Your blog there will probably never go down. If […]