David Busch's Quick Snap Guide to Photoblogging wwith Wordpress: An Instant Start-up Manual for Creating & Promoting Your Photoblog, Softcover Book, 205 Pages
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Photoblogs have become a very important tool for advanced photographers and professionals who want to market their work, as well as a popular forum for casual photographers to share personal photos.
"David Busch's Quick Snap Guide to Photoblogging with WordPress: An Instant Start-Up Manual for Creating and Promoting Your Own Photoblog" is a complete start to-finish guide on how to create a photoblog using WordPress, the most popular blogging software among photographers that allows you to create a blog site for free, hosted on WordPress.com.
This guide explains the purpose and function of all the features and capabilities of each WordPress tool, how to use them and why. Laid out in clear, well-illustrated two- and four-page spreads, each step-by-step explanation includes images that show the results after using each feature. All the basics of creating a WordPress account, setting up your photoblog, uploading your first photos and sharing them, are presented in an easy to browse format.
Perfect for professional photographers, avid amateur shutterbugs and even non-photography bloggers who want to include photos on their blog sites, "David Busch's Quick Snap Guide to Photoblogging with WordPress" will help you get up and blogging quickly and easily.
|I: Setting Up Your Photoblog Site||Chapter 1: Getting Started
Chapter 2: Starting a WordPress Hosted Blog
Chapter 3: Setting Up a Provider-hosted Blog
Chapter 4: Using the WordPress Dashboard
|II:Fine-Tuning Your Photoblog Appearance||Chapter 5: Themes
Chapter 6: Adjusting Your Photoblog's Appearance with Widgets
Chapter 7: Other Appearance-Enhancing Tools
|III: Adding Users and Content||Chapter 8: Users and Tools
Chapter 9: Settings and Plugins
Chapter 10: Content Creation
Chapter 11: Adding Photos and Other Media
Chapter 12: Content Creation
Chapter 13: Adding Photos and Other Media
|Author||David D. Busch; Rebekkah Hilgraves|