WP PLR Tutorials

There’s a link to a WP PLR tutorial site further down, but first…

I had an email from Ted G (hi Ted!) asking how to move the WordPress page tabs (the menu items that run along the top of the page).

I’ve been taking it for granted that everyone that uses WP knows this and I’m a dummy for doing so. Of course not everyone knows all the ins and outs (neither do I) and it’s stupid of me to make such a silly assumption.

I apologise for that assumption, and I’ve made a short video for Ted and everyone reading this who don’t know how to do it.

At the other end of the scale, another customer (hi Martin!) has created something that has blown me away.

He’s built a huge (and I mean MASSIVE) site of high quality WordPress training. (It’s something I’ve considered doing for a long time but I don’t think I need to do it now.)  It’s not just videos he’s created, but also lots of text and screenshots, diagrams and flow charts, infographics, the lot.

Better still, Martin has released all this with
Private Label Rights (PLR).

So now there’s two very cool aspects to this.

#1 – If there’re things about WP you want to learn, then this is the way to do it, there’s no two ways about it. And as a sideline you could set up your own tutorial service too.

#2 – If you already sell WordPress products or services then these are ideal to provide to your customers.

For example, let’s say you have offline clients that you’ve set up WP site for, and they’ve asked about how to use it.

You could spend a lot of your own time showing them what to do.

Or you could give them access to the training material that “your team” has put together for you.

Either way you get to charge them for it.

I know I’d be VERY hard pushed to go to the level of detail that Martin has and this is something that is well worth checking out.

I’m talking about tutorials with WordPress training videos, HUNDREDS of screenshots, diagrams and flowcharts, infographs, links to resources, links to related tutorials, PLUS blog posts, training emails, updates and additional training content.

It’s a VERY cool deal and you can get to it here.

-Frank Haywood

By |July 29th, 2013|internet business|4 Comments

Google Fonts in WordPress

I’m feeling a bit over-excited at the moment because I can now add any Google font to any page or post on my blog.  I just checked and as I write this there are 629 web fonts available in the Google font library.

I have a small sub-set of those installed here on my blog and I’d like to show a selection of those to you here as I feel these are amongst the most useful when writing.

Please note that these are all TEXT and NOT GRAPHICS.

You can swipe across them and copy the content to test it out if you don’t believe me.  😉

Architects Daughter

Bangers

Chewy

Gloria Hallelujah

Henny Penny (Harry Potter I reckon)

Indie Flower

Knewave

Kranky

Love Ya Like A Sister

Permanent Marker

Rock Salt

Slackey  (this looks like the SpongeBob font)

Special Elite  (a typewriter style font – very nice)

I like to think you’d agree with me when I say this is pretty amazing.

Most important though is it’s incredibly easy to use and to add new fonts.

If you want to be able to do this too, then you need this:-

http://www.frankhaywood.com/wso-10ssp/

-Frank