Articles tagged with screencast
Ever notice the three little tabs to the write of the body field on the Write page in Textpattern? I’ll explain why they can be so useful, and I’ve recorded a screencast to demonstrate.
It’s simple to maintain a list of links on your site. This article and screencast shows you how.
Lists are a recent feature on Twitter, and are pretty useful for organizing the people you follow, finding new Twitter users to follow. (Now with video!)
Instructions and video describing several ways to link to a file you’ve uploaded via the Files tab in Textpattern
Leaving debate about whether you should or shouldn’t use an html signature in your email, here are step-by-step instructions for adding one in GMail.
Flame Painter is an online drawing application that allows you to create wild, colorful pictures.
In Day 5, I break down the parts of an AdWords Ad, look at the difference between a Campaign and an AdGroup, and show you how to create an Ad.
I had been waiting to invest in some new screencasting software until I got my new iMac. Now that it’s here, I’m checking out a couple of promising applications: Screenflow and Camtasia for Mac.
Images from your digital camera will typically be far too large for use on your blog, and you may want to correct red-eye or brightness levels before you post them. Luckily, you no longer need any expensive desktop software to do a little simple photo editing.
In this post, I compare three top online photo editing services.
I’ve recorded a new screencast on tagging content and managing tags on your site.
Meta-data is behind-the-scenes information about a web page, and it is helpful for Search Engine Optimization. In a new screencast, I show how to add this data to your pages using Textpattern.
Some websites require events listings, and you can create and maintain these with Texpattern. If your site has an events section, here is how to manage it.
I have made (and will continue to make) screencasts of many of the common tasks you’ll want to do with Textpattern and Textile.