WordPress Tutorials in Hindi Playlist
In this WordPress Tutorial in Hindi series you will get full training about wordpress from basic to advance level with easy explanation in Hindi. This is Complete WordPress Tutorials for beginners. You will learn ( Step by Step) how to create, manage, run and optimize WordPress website. This series is made for all the hindi loving person who want to become a wordpress developer.
WordPress Tutorial in Hindi - Introduction ( Part - 1 )
WordPress is an open source Content Management System (CMS), which allows the users to build dynamic websites and blog. WordPress is the most popular CMS in the world. In this video you will be introduced to wordpress and you will get to know what we will cover in this video series.
WordPress.com vs WordPress.org - What's the Difference? ( WordPress Tutorial in Hindi - Part - 2 )
In this video you will get to know the difference between WordPress.com and WordPress.org. WordPress.org – “.org” stands for “organization” WordPress.com – “.com” stands for “commercial”.
The key difference between WordPress.com and WordPress.org is who’s actually hosting your website. With WordPress.org, you host your own site (we recommend this). With WordPress.com, on the other hand, it’s WordPress.com that takes care of all of this for you (easier to start, less freedom).
Download and Install Xampp - ( WordPress Tutorial in Hindi - Part - 3 )
Download and Install XAMPP – ( WordPress Tutorial in Hindi – Part – 3 ) : In this video i will show you how to download and install XAMPP on your local computer.
What is XAMPP? – XAMPP is the most popular PHP development environment. XAMPP is a completely free, easy to install Apache distribution containing MariaDB, PHP, and Perl. The XAMPP open source package has been set up to be incredibly easy to install and to use. XAMPP is an easy to install Apache distribution containing MariaDB, PHP, and Perl. Just download and start the installer. It’s that easy.
How to Install WordPress - ( WordPress Tutorial in Hindi - Part - 4 )
How to Install WordPress – ( WordPress Tutorial in Hindi – Part – 4 ) : In this video i will show how to install wordpress on local computer. We recommend servers running version 7.3 or greater of PHP and MySQL version 5.6 OR MariaDB version 10.0 or greater. We also recommend either Apache or Nginx as the most robust options for running WordPress.
How to install WordPress?
WordPress is well-known for its ease of installation. Under most circumstances, installing WordPress is a very simple process and takes less than five minutes to complete. Many web hosts now offer tools (e.g. Fantastico) to automatically install WordPress for you. However, if you wish to install WordPress yourself, the following guide will help.
WordPress dashboard Overview - ( WordPress Tutorial in Hindi - Part - 5 )
The WordPress Dashboard is a first screen which will be seen when you log into the administration area of your blog which will display the overview of the website. It is a collection of gadgets that provide information and provide an overview of what’s happening with your blog. The main idea of the dashboard is to give you a place where you can get an at-a-glance overview of what’s happening with your blog. You can catch up on news, view your draft posts, see who’s linking to you or how popular your content’s been, quickly put out a no-frills post, or check out and moderate your latest comments. It’s like a bird’s eye view of operations, from which you can swoop down into the particular details.
WordPress Theme Introduction - ( WordPress Tutorial in Hindi - Part - 6 )
WordPress Themes are files that work together to create the design and functionality of a WordPress site. Each Theme may be different, offering many choices for site owners to instantly change their website look.
In WordPress, a theme is a collection of templates and stylesheets used to define the appearance and display of a WordPress powered website. They can be changed, managed, and added from the WordPress admin area under Appearance » Themes. There are several free and paid WordPress Themes available. WordPress.org has a large collection of free ones in their Themes Directory.
How to install a WordPress Theme - ( WordPress Tutorial in Hindi - Part - 7 )
Installing your WordPress theme is remarkably simple. Before you start, you need to establish what type of theme you’ll be using. This will help later, as different themes have different setup requirements.
There are three types of WordPress theme:
1. Free themes from the WordPress.org theme repository.
2. Free themes from an external website.
3. Premium themes from an external website or marketplace (such as ThemeForest or Elegant Themes).
How to Install a WordPress Theme from the WordPress.Org Theme Repository?
1. To install themes, click the Install themes tab. You’ll see several links at the top of this page to search for themes by keyword or view the featured and newest themes from the WordPress theme directory. Here you can also filter themes by color, columns, width or features.
How to Install a WordPress Theme Manually?
2. To upload a theme, click the Upload tab. After your theme has been uploaded, click Activate. You’ll now see this theme listed as your current active theme.
How to Customize WordPress Themes - ( WordPress Tutorial in Hindi - Part - 8 )
It is possible to customize any WordPress theme using the inbuilt customizer. So you need to understand this tool first. You access the customizer which is in the admin section.
Go to Appearance – Themes – Customize.
This allows you to modify your selected theme in real time. However, do bear in mind that how much you can do with this tool depends greatly on how much effort the theme developers have put into its utilization. Here you can easily make changes to the color theme by clicking on ‘Colors’. You can also change the site icon or logo, in the ‘Site Identity’ tab. You can configure the appearance of your site here, as well as modify background images and manage menus on your site. It even lets you preview your website in different modes like desktop, tablet, or mobile.
To start customizing your WordPress theme, first go to Appearance – Themes page. On this page, locate the active theme (Twenty Seventeen in our case) and click on the Customize button next to its title. On the page that opens, you can modify your WordPress theme in real time. On the left you will see a list of the available options and on the right a live preview of your site and how those changes will affect it.
How to Delete a WordPress Themes - ( WordPress Tutorial in Hindi - Part - 9 )
When you’re searching for the perfect WordPress theme, it’s easy to install and test one theme after another. Soon your WordPress installation looks like a Theme Shop. When that happens, it’s time to tidy up and remove your unwanted themes. There are two ways of deleting a theme from your WordPress installation, either via the WordPress Admin Panel or via an FTP / SFTP client. In this quick tutorial, we’ll show you both methods.
WordPress Theme Editor - ( WordPress Tutorial in Hindi - Part - 10 )
Theme editor is a simple text editor in WordPress located at Appearance – Editor. It allows you to modify WordPress theme files from the admin area.
Warning: Do not mess with this option you do not know coding.
How to Create a Menu in WordPress - ( WordPress Tutorial in Hindi Part - 11 )
In this video ( How to Create a Menu in WordPress ) you are going to learn:
- Create a new menu
- Adding Items to a Menu
- Deleting a Menu Item
- Customizing Menu Items
- Creating Multi-level Menus
- Adding Your Menu to Your Site
WordPress Widgets Tutorial ( WordPress Tutorial in Hindi Part - 12 )
Widgets were originally designed to provide a simple and easy-to-use way of giving design and structure control of the WordPress Theme to the user, which is now available on properly “widgetized” WordPress Themes to include the header, footer, and elsewhere in the WordPress design and structure. Widgets require no code experience or expertise. They can be added, removed, and rearranged on the Theme Customizer or Appearance – Widgets in the WordPress Administration Screens. Some WordPress Widgets offer customization and options such as forms to fill out, includes or excludes of data and information, optional images, and other customization features.
How to Install a WordPress Plugin- ( WordPress Tutorial in Hindi Part - 13 )
Plugins are ways to extend and add to the functionality that already exists in WordPress. The core of WordPress is designed to be lean and lightweight, to maximize flexibility and minimize code bloat. Plugins offer custom functions and features so that each user can tailor their site to their specific needs. WordPress Plugins are available from several sources. The most popular and official source for WordPress Plugins is the WordPress.org repo. Just to note, not all WordPress Plugins make it into the above repository. Search the web for “WordPress Plugin” and the keywords for the type of functionality you are seeking. There is bound to be a solution out there for you.
Upload, Edit and Delete Images/Media in WordPress - ( WordPress Tutorial in Hindi Part - 14 )
The Media Library is where you can manage your images, audio, videos, and documents all in one place. Adding Files From Your Computer To add files from your computer, click on Add New to select the files you want to upload, or drag and drop files directly onto the page. Edit Media Details To modify media information like the title or caption, select the items you would like to edit, then select Edit.
How to Add, Edit and Delete a Page in WordPress - ( WordPress Tutorial in Hindi Part - 15 )
In WordPress, you can put content on your site as either a “post” or a “page”. When you’re writing a regular blog entry, you write a post. Posts, in a default setup, appear in reverse chronological order on your blog’s home page. In contrast, pages are for non-chronological content: pages like “About” or “Contact” would be common examples. Pages live outside of the normal blog chronology, and are often used to present timeless information about yourself or your site — information that is always relevant. You can use Pages to organize and manage the structure of your website content. In addition to the common “About” and “Contact” pages, other examples include “Copyright”, “Disclosure”, “Legal Information”, “Reprint Permissions”, “Company Information” or “Accessibility Statement”. In general, pages are very similar to posts in that they both have titles and content. WordPress Theme template files maintain a consistent look throughout your site. Pages, though, have several key distinctions that make them different from posts.
WordPress Block Editor (WordPress New Editor or Page Builder) - WordPress Tutorial in Hindi Part-16
A block editor was the first Gutenberg project product launched creating a new methodology for working with content. This video provides documentation for how designers and developers can extend the editor. Using a system of Blocks to compose and format content, the new block-based editor is designed to create rich, flexible layouts for websites and digital products. Content is created in the unit of blocks instead of freeform text with inserted media, embeds and Shortcodes (there’s a Shortcode block though). Blocks treat Paragraphs, Headings, Media, and Embeds all as components that, when strung together, make up the content stored in the WordPress database, replacing the traditional concept of freeform text with embedded media and shortcodes. The new editor is designed with progressive enhancement, meaning that it is back-compatible with all legacy content, and it also offers a process to try to convert and split a Classic block into equivalent blocks using client-side parsing. Finally, the blocks offer enhanced editing and format controls. The Editor offers rich new value to users with visual, drag-and-drop creation tools and powerful developer enhancements with modern vendor packages, reusable components, rich APIs and hooks to modify and extend the editor through Custom Blocks, Custom Block Styles and Plugins.
How To Get The Old or Classic WordPress Editor Back - WordPress Tutorial in Hindi Part-17
Classic Editor is an official plugin maintained by the WordPress team that restores the previous (“classic”) WordPress editor and the “Edit Post” screen. It makes it possible to use plugins that extend that screen, add old-style meta boxes, or otherwise depend on the previous editor. Classic Editor is an official WordPress plugin, and will be fully supported and maintained until at least 2022, or as long as is necessary. At a glance, this plugin adds the following: Administrators can select the default editor for all users. Administrators can allow users to change their default editor. When allowed, the users can choose which editor to use for each post. Each post opens in the last editor used regardless of who edited it last. This is important for maintaining a consistent experience when editing content. In addition, the Classic Editor plugin includes several filters that let other plugins control the settings, and the editor choice per post and per post type. By default, this plugin hides all functionality available in the new Block Editor (“Gutenberg”).
How to Use Categories & Tags in WordPress - WordPress Tutorial in Hindi Part-18
Categories and tags are very similar. They both allow you to organize content that can then be used in a variety of ways. However there are a few differences. Categories are best used for broad groupings of topics. For example, if you’re creating a site that reviews media, you might use categories such as Books or Film or TV. Tags are much more specific topics that you want to use to associate related content. For example if you were creating a site that reviews media, you might want to use tags such as science fiction or horror or action adventure. You can combine the two! For our review site example, you might be reviewing a romantic comedy. You can assign the broader category Film to the post, then give it some more specific tags such as romantic comedy, or even use the name of the actors and director as tags. People who view that post could use the tags to then find relates posts around that topic.
How to Create a New Post in WordPress - WordPress Tutorial in Hindi Part-19
Posts are what make your blog a blog — they’re servings of content that are listed in reverse chronological order (newest to oldest) on your blog’s front page. Posts are always associated with a date, which is included in the URL. Sometimes, posts are confused with pages. To write a post: 1. Log in to your WordPress Administration Screen (Dashboard). 2. Click the ‘Posts’ tab. 3. Click the ‘Add New’ sub-tab. 4. Start filling in the blanks: enter your post title in the upper field, and enter your post body content in the main post editing box below it. 5. As needed, select a category, add tags, and make other selections from the sections below the post. (Each of these sections is explained below.) 6. When you are ready, click Publish.
WordPress Comments - WordPress Tutorial in Hindi Part-20
Comments allow your website’s visitors to have a discussion with you and each other. When you activate comments on a Page or post, WordPress inserts several text boxes after your content where users can submit their comments. Once you approve a comment, it appears underneath your content. Whether you want to customize how your receive comments or tweak how your site displays comments, WordPress provides a thorough set of options to build a community from the visitors to your site. Depending on your site’s settings, comments display slightly differently from site to site. The basic comment form includes: Comment Name Email Website Once a visitor submits his or her comment, WordPress follows your preferences and either holds the comment for your approval or posts it immediately.
Create a WordPress User - WordPress Tutorial in Hindi Part-21
WordPress uses a concept of Roles, designed to give the site owner the ability to control what users can and cannot do within the site. A site owner can manage the user access to such tasks as writing and editing posts, creating Pages, creating categories, moderating comments, managing plugins, managing themes, and managing other users, by assigning a specific role to each of the users. WordPress has six pre-defined roles: Super Admin, Administrator, Editor, Author, Contributor and Subscriber. Each role is allowed to perform a set of tasks called Capabilities. There are many capabilities including “publish_posts“, “moderate_comments“, and “edit_users“. A default set of capabilities is pre-assigned to each role, but other capabilities can be assigned or removed using the add_cap() andremove_cap() functions. New roles can be introduced or removed using the add_role() and remove_role() functions. The Super Admin role allows a user to perform all possible capabilities. Each of the other roles has a decreasing number of allowed capabilities. For instance, the Subscriber role has just the “read” capability. One particular role should not be considered to be senior to another role. Rather, consider that roles define the user’s responsibilities within the site.
Updated Your profile in WordPress - WordPress Tutorial in Hindi Part-22
To edit your profile details, simply click on your user name, when viewing the list of Users or click on the Edit link that appears beneath your user name when hovering your cursor over each row. Alternatively, click on the Your Profile link in the left-hand navigation. If you’re an Administrator and would like to edit someone else’s profile, click on their user name when viewing the list of Users or click on the Edit link that appears beneath their user name when hovering your cursor over each row.
Category to Tag converter Tool in wordpress - WordPress Tutorial in Hindi Part-23
If you have a lot of categories and only a few tags, then one of the quickest ways to generate a lot of relevant tags is to use the WordPress Categories to Tags tool. This tool can be used to convert categories to tags or vice versa. Remember that if you’re creating tags, you should carefully consider the tags you generate if you are adding to an existing set of flags. Tags and categories should relevant to the content that you are showing to your users.
How To Import Content Into WordPress website - WordPress Tutorial in Hindi Part-24
Importing data into your WordPress blog is many times, necessary and useful. If you are moving from another host, or just to start your blog anew, then import data into your blog may be the answer. If you have posts or comments in another system, WordPress can import those into this blog. To get started, choose a system to import from below: Blogger – Import posts, comments, and users from a Blogger blog. Blogroll – Import links in OPML format. If not already installed this will direct you to install the WordPress.org OPML Importer. Categories to Tags Converter – Convert existing categories to tags, selectively. LiveJournal – Import posts from a LiveJournal XML export file. Movable Type and TypePad – Import posts and comments from a Movable Type or Typepad blog. RSS – Import posts from an RSS feed. Tumblr – Install the Tumblr importer to import posts & media from Tumblr using their API. WordPress – Import posts, comments, custom fields, pages, and categories from a WordPress export file.
Export Posts, Pages, Media to Other Platform in wordpress - WordPress Tutorial in Hindi Part-25
Exporting your WordPress data (posts, pages, custom post types, comments, custom fields, categories, tags, custom taxonomies, and users) is sometimes necessary and useful. If you are moving to a new host or just want a backup of your site data, then Exporting your site is the answer. Once the Export file is created, that file can be used for import by the Tools Import Screen. The Tools Export Screen is quite simple–just specify the desired Filters, if any, you wish to apply, and then click the Download Export File button to save that file to your local computer. Filters and Other Options #Filters and Other Options All content – export all of your posts, pages, comments, custom fields, terms, navigation menus, and custom posts. Posts – check this radio button to expose additional filtering when exporting posts. Categories – select only one category with this pulldown or leave at All Categories. Authors – select a specific author from the pulldown or leave at All Authors. Date range – select both the starting and ending post date to include in export. Status – select the post status (e.g. Published) to export or leave at All Status. Pages – check this radio button to expose additional filtering when exporting pages. Authors – select a specific author from the pulldown or leave at All Authors. Date range – select both the starting and ending page date to include in export. Status – select the page status (e.g. Published) to export or leave at All Status. Download Export File – click this button and the file, with any filters selected, will be created and you will be asked to save that file to your local computer.
WordPress Site Health Tool - WordPress Tutorial in Hindi Part-26
Site Health Status Under “Tools” – “Site Health” there is a new page called “Status.” The site health check shows critical information about your WordPress configuration and items that require your attention. Site Health Info Under “Tools” – “Site Health” there is another new page called “Info.” This is a place to find helpful debugging information about your WordPress site’s configuration which you can share with developers, hosting providers, etc. There is a handy “Copy site info to clipboard” button which allows you to easily grab the information and paste it into a text file to share with a third-party.
Export Personal Data Tool - WordPress Tutorial in Hindi Part-27
WordPress 4.9.6 included a feature to archive user data for export. Export Personal Data tool can generate a (.zip format) file containing the personal data which exists about a user within your WordPress site. Note: As this tool ONLY gathers data from WordPress and participating plugins, you may need to go beyond to comply with export requests. How to Export Personal Data in WordPress 1. Log in to WordPress Administrator as an Admin 2. Click on Tools 3. Click on Export Personal Data 4. Type in User name or email address for the person requesting the export of their personal data. 5. Click on Send Request. This sends an email to confirm the export of personal data. 6. Once the email has been sent, the user will appear in the table below showing as Pending confirmation. The email that is sent to the user will have a link that they must select in order to confirm the data export. When the user confirms the export, the status will change to Confirmed 7. Once the status has changed to Confirmed, you will need to first download the data. Hover over the user name who has requested the data export. Click on Download Personal Data. You will need designate a location for where the file will be saved. Confirm the location and save the data file. 8. Click on Email Data. This will send an email with the link to download their personal data.
Erase Personal Data Tool - WordPress Tutorial in Hindi Part-28
WordPress 4.9.6 included a feature to delete a user’s personal data upon verified request. Deleted data is permanently removed from the database. Erasure requests cannot be reversed after they have been confirmed. Note: Erase Personal Data tool does not remove the data from backups or archive files: When using the tool alongside automated backups or archives, we advise you to exercise caution when restoring user data from backups. When restoring an archived copy of your site, your requests for erasure should be respected. Note: As this tool ONLY gathers data from WordPress and participating plugins, you may need to go beyond to comply with delete requests. How to Erase Personal Data in WordPress 1. Log in to WordPress as an Administrator 2. Click on Tools 3. Click on Erase Personal Data 4. Click in the Username or email address field and type in the user or email address for the user requesting the removal of their personal data 5. Click on Send Request 6. Once the Username or email address is sent, an entry for that user will be added to the table at the bottom of the page. The Requester (username or email) will appear with a status of Pending. An email is automatically sent to the user and they must click on the link in the email to confirm the data erasure. 7. Once the User has confirmed the request by clicking on the link, the Status will be updated to Confirmed. The user will see a thank you message confirming the erasure request. There are two options to erase data. To erase data for a confirmed user, simply look in the Next Steps column for that user and click on Erase Personal Data.
General Settings in wordpress - WordPress Tutorial in Hindi Part-29
Settings General Screen is the default Screen in the Settings Administration Screen and controls some of the most basic configuration settings for your site: your site’s title and location, who may register an account at your site, and how dates and times are calculated and displayed. Following are the details of the fields on general settings page. Site Title − It displays the name of the site in the template header. Tagline − Displays a short sentence about your site. WordPress Address (URL) − It is the URL of WordPress directory where your all core application files are present. Site Address(URL) − Enter the site URL which you want your site to display on the browser. E-mail Address − Enter your e-mail address which helps to recover your password or any update. Membership − Anyone can register an account on your site after you check this checkbox. New User Default Role − The default role is set for the newly registered user or members. Timezone − Sets the time zone based on the particular city. Date Format − Sets the date format as you need to display on the site. Time Format − Sets the time format as you need to display on the site. Week Starts On − Select the week day which you prefer to start for WordPress calendar. By default it is set as Monday. Site Language − Sets the language for the WordPress dashboard.
Writing Settings in wordpress - WordPress Tutorial in Hindi Part-30
Use the Settings Writing Screen to control the interface you use when writing new posts. These settings control WordPress’s features in the adding and editing posts, Pages, and Post Types, as well as the optional functions like Remote Publishing, Post via e-mail, and Update Services. Following are the details of the fields on the page. Formatting − This field defines two sub options for better user experience. The first option Convert emoticons like 🙂 and 😛 to graphics on display will turn text-based emoticons into graphic-based emoticons. The second option WordPress should correct invalidly nested XHTML automatically corrects the invalid XHTML placed within the posts or pages. Default Post Category − It is a category to be applied to a post and you can leave it as Uncategorized. Default Post Format − It is used by themes to select post format to be applied to a post or create different styles for different types of posts. Post via e-mail − This option uses e-mail address to create posts and publishes posts on your blog through e-mail. To use this, you’ll need to set up a secret e-mail account with a POP3 access, and any mail received at this address will be posted. Mail Server − It allows reading the e-mails that you send to WordPress and stores them for retrieval. For this, you need to have POP3 compatible mail server and it will have URI address such as mail.example.com, which you should enter here. Login Name − To create posts, WordPress will need its own e-mail account. The Login Name will use this e-mail address and should be kept as a secret as spammers will post links redirecting to their own websites. Password − Set password for the above e-mail address. Default Mail Category − It allows selecting custom category for all the posts that are published via Post by e-mail feature. Update Services − When you publish a new post, WordPress will automatically notify the site update services in the box. See the Update Services on the codex for the long list of possible services.
Reading Settings in wordpress - WordPress Tutorial in Hindi Part-31
The options in the Settings Reading Screen are few in number, but still important. You can decide if you want posts or a “static” Page displayed as your blog’s front (main) page. You can also adjust how many posts are displayed on that main page. In addition, you can adjust syndication feed features to determine how the information from your site is sent to a reader’s web browser or other applications. Following are the details of the fields on reading settings. Front page displays − This section is used to display the front page in any of the following format − Your latest posts − It displays latest posts on the front page. A static page − It displays the static pages on the front page. Front Page − You can select the actual page you want to display on front page from the drop down. Posts Page − You can select the page from the drop down which contains posts. Blog pages show at most − The number of posts to be displayed per page or site. By default, it is set as 10. Syndication feeds show the most recent − The user can view the number of posts when they download one of the site feeds. By default, it is set as 10. For each article in a feed, show − This section is used to display the post by selecting any of the following formats − Full Text − It displays the complete post. It is set as default. Summary − It displays the summary of the post. Search Engine Visibility − After clicking on the checkbox, Discourage search engines from indexing this site, your site will be ignored by the search engine.
Discussion Settings in wordpress - WordPress Tutorial in Hindi Part-32
Settings Discussion Screen allows you to set the options concerning comments (also called discussion). It is here the administrator decides if comments are allowed, if pingbacks and trackbacks are acceptable, and what constitutes Comment Spam. On this Screen you also control the circumstances under which your blog sends you e-mail notification of certain events at your site. Following fields are seen in Discussion settings. Default article settings − These settings are default to the new pages you create or new posts. This contains three more settings. They are − Attempt to notify any blogs linked to from the article − When you publish articles then it sends a notification (sends pings and trackback) to other blogs. Allow link notifications from other blogs (pingbacks and trackbacks) − Accepts pings from other blogs. Allow people to post comments on new articles − You can allow or disallow other people to comment on your article using this setting. You can change the settings as per your will for individual articles. Other Comment Settings − This setting has the following options − Comment author must fill out name and e-mail − When you check this box, it is mandatory for visitors to fill their name and email address. Users must be registered and logged in to comment − If you check this box, only those registered visitors can leave comments, if not checked anyone can leave any number of comments. Automatically close comments on articles older than days − This option allows you to accept comments only for a particular time period as per your wish. Enable threaded (nested) comments − When you check this option, visitors can reply or have a discussion and get responses. Break comments into pages with top level comments per page and the page displayed by default − If your pages are getting a lot of comments then you can split them into different pages by checking this box. Comments should be displayed with the comments at the top of each page − You can arrange the comments in the form of ascending or descending order. Email me whenever − This setting contains two options, namely − Anyone posts a comment − When you check into this box, the author gets an e-mail for every single comment that is posted. A comment is held for moderation − This is used in case you do not want your comment to be updated before it’s moderated by the admin. Before a comment appears − This setting allows how your posts are controlled. There are two more settings as followed − Comment must be manually approved − If you check this box then only the approved comments by the admin can be displayed on the posts or pages. Comment author must have a previously approved comment − This can be checked when you want to approve a comment of an author whose has commented and his e-mail address matches the e-mail address of the previous posted comment. Otherwise the comment is held for moderation. Comment Moderation − Contain only a specific number of links that are allowed into a comment. Comment Blacklist − You can input your own spam words which you do not want your visitors to enter into the comments, URL, e-mail etc.; later it would filter the comments. Avatars − Avatar is a small image that displays at the top-right-hand corner of the dashboard screen beside your name. It is like your profile picture. Here you have a few more options where you can set your avatar for WordPress site. Avatar Display − It displays your avatar besides your name when it is checked. Maximum rating − You have a four other options of avatars you can use. They are G, PG, R and X. This is the age section where you select according to which type of audience you want to display your posts. Default Avatar − In this option, there are few more types of avatars with images; you can keep these avatars according to your visitors e-mail address.
Media Settings in wordpress - WordPress Tutorial in Hindi Part-33
Settings Media Screen controls the various settings related to images and other media that are used in writing posts and pages. Following are the details of the fields on Media settings − Thumbnail size − Set the size of the thumbnail. Medium size − Set the height and width of medium size images. Large size − Set width and height of larger images. Uploading files − After checking this checkbox, the uploaded image will be arranged into year and month based folder.
Permalink Settings in wordpress - WordPress Tutorial in Hindi Part-34
Permalinks are the permanent URLs to your individual pages and blog posts, as well as your category and tag archives. A permalink is the web address used to link to your content. The URL to each post should be permanent and never change — hence the name permalink. The Settings Permalinks Screen allows you to choose your default permalink structure. You can choose from common settings or create custom URL structures. You must click the Save Changes button at the bottom of the screen for new settings to take effect. By default, WordPress uses web URLs which have day and name in them; however, WordPress offers you the ability to create a custom URL structure for your permalinks and archives. This can improve the aesthetics, usability, and forward-compatibility of your links.
Privacy Settings in wordpress - WordPress Tutorial in Hindi Part-35
Essential plugin in wordpress - WordPress Tutorial in Hindi Part-36
WordPress plugins are great tools for adding and extending functionality to WordPress. In this video, I will discuss Essential WordPress plugins you should have on your WordPress website. These plugins will add awesome functionality to your site and make it ‘great’.
Best and Free Page Builder for WordPress | How to use Elementor- WordPress Tutorial in Hindi Part-37
Want to create your own custom page layouts in WordPress? Elementor is a drag & drop WordPress page builder that allows you to easily create custom WordPress layouts without having any coding knowledge. Elementor Features Drag & Drop Editor Elementor has the fastest, most intuitive editor in WordPress. Simply drag, drop and customize. 300+ Designer Made Templates Choose from over 300 beautifully crafted templates, designed to fit every industry and need. 90+ Widgets Choose from dozens of widgets to create any content you need: buttons, headlines, forms, etc. You can do anything. Responsive Editing Switch to mobile view, and tweak every element to make it look perfect on any device. Popup Builder Popup Builder gives you the freedom to create pixel-perfect popups, including advanced targeting options Theme Builder Use Elementor’s industry leading Theme Builder to edit every part of your site without code. WooCommerce Builder Take control over your WooCommerce online store by utilizing the power of Elementor.
Best Slider for WordPress | Smart slider 3 - WordPress Tutorial in Hindi Part-38
Smart Slider 3 is the most powerful and intuitive WordPress plugin to create sliders which was never possible before. Fully responsive, SEO optimized and works with any WordPress theme. Create beautiful sliders and tell stories without any code. Live slide editor A beautiful interface makes creating slides fast and efficient. The complete freedom to build what you want, the way you want. Edit your slides as you used to in page builders. Drop layers after each other and structure them with rows and columns. Unique Layouts with Layers Enhance your slider with the layers and make your site even more unique and grandiose. Every heading, text, image, button and video can be edited easily with the customization options. Change all the details that really matter in typography and style. Responsive, Mobile Ready Sliders Switch your slider to different device mode and optimize your content for the resolution. Your site can be enjoyed in any environment, be it a mobile, tablet or desktop. Beautiful Sliders to Start No tech skills needed, just pick a slider template. It works like magic! Choose from a variety of beautiful templates or start with a blank Slider. Simple way to build every kind: image, layer, video and post slider.
How to add a Contact Form in WordPress (Contact Form 7 Plugin) - WordPress Tutorial in Hindi Part-39
Speed Up WordPress | Optimize & Make It Load Fast using Cache - WordPress Tutorial in Hindi Part-40
When a page is rendered, php and mysql are used. Therefore, system needs RAM and CPU. If many visitors come to a site, system uses lots of RAM and CPU so page is rendered so slowly. In this case, you need a cache system not to render page again and again. Cache system generates a static html file and saves. Other users reach to static html page. In addition, the site speed is used in Google’s search ranking algorithm so cache plugins that can improve your page load time will also improve your SEO ranking. Setup of this plugin is so easy. You don’t need to modify the .htacces file. It will be modified automatically.
How to Secure Your WordPress Website | Security & Firewall - WordPress Tutorial in Hindi Part-41
WordPress itself is a very secure platform. However, it helps to add some extra security and firewall to your site by using a security plugin that enforces a lot of good security practices. The All In One WordPress Security plugin will take your website security to a whole new level. This plugin is designed and written by experts and is easy to use and understand. It reduces security risk by checking for vulnerabilities, and by implementing and enforcing the latest recommended WordPress security practices and techniques. All In One WP Security also uses an unprecedented security points grading system to measure how well you are protecting your site based on the security features you have activated. Our security and firewall rules are categorized into “basic”, “intermediate” and “advanced”. This way you can apply the firewall rules progressively without breaking your site’s functionality. The All In One WordPress Security plugin doesn’t slow down your site and it is 100% free.
Improve load time of wordpress website (Compress Images) - WordPress Tutorial in Hindi Part-42
Optimize your images turn on lazy load, resize, compress and improve your Google Page Speed with the incredibly powerful and 100% free WordPress image smusher, brought to you by the superteam at WPMU DEV! And whether you spell it ‘optimise’ or ‘optimize’, Smush will compress all your images without a visible drop in quality.
SEO (Search Engine Optimization Basics) | Yoast Seo Tutorial - WordPress Tutorial in Hindi Part-43
Yoast SEO does everything in its power to please both visitors and search engine spiders. A dedicated team of developers, testers, architects and SEO experts work daily to improve the plugin with every release. Yoast SEO offers: Title and meta description templating for better branding and consistent snippets in the search results. A state-of-the-art Schema implementation helps search engines make sense of your site and increases the chance on those coveted rich results. The most advanced XML Sitemaps functionality at the push of a button. Full control over your site’s breadcrumbs. Automatically set canonical URLs to avoid duplicate content. [Premium] support for our Yoast SEO Premium users. [Premium] the ability to expand Yoast SEO with the News SEO, Video SEO, Local SEO and WooCommerce SEO extensions.
Best Social Media Share Plugin For WordPress - WordPress Tutorial in Hindi Part - 44
Social media plugin which let’s you add share icons for RSS, Email, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Pinterest, Instagram, Youtube, ‘Share’ (covering 200+ other social media platforms) and upload custom share icons of your choice.
WooCommerce introduction and installation -Sell With WordPress - WordPress Tutorial in Hindi Part-45
WooCommerce is a flexible, open-source eCommerce solution built on WordPress. Whether you’re launching a business, taking an existing brick and mortar store online, or designing sites for clients you can get started quickly and build exactly the store you want. Activate the free WooCommerce plugin on a new or existing WordPress site, follow the optional guided tour, and set up a new store in minutes with: Product, Cart, and Checkout pages Secure payments by credit card and alternatives Configurable shipping options, including flat rates and label printing Integrate content and commerce across your site via modular blocks Automated tax calculations Google Analytics, MailChimp, and Facebook integration Central store dashboard with key metrics, and more.
WooCommerce Theme and User journey - WordPress Tutorial in Hindi Part-46
If you’re looking to sell products or services online, you’ll have a lot of competition. It’s not enough to simply list out what you have to offer and hope people will start making purchases. Instead, you’ll want to provide a clear path for potential customers to follow and encourage them to move forward at every step. While each business is a little different, most customers go through a few predictable stages. The result is an online customer journey resembling something like this: Awareness: First, leads need to become aware of your business and website. Consideration: Then, they’ll learn about your product or service, and consider whether to buy it. Purchase: At this stage, the lead makes their first purchase and becomes a customer. Retention: After the first purchase, you’ll want to ensure the customer keeps coming back. Advocacy: As long as the customer is happy with their experience, you may be able to get them to advocate for your business (bringing in even more leads).
WooCommerce Dashboard Overview - WordPress Tutorial in Hindi Part-47
WooCommerce is an open-source, completely customizable eCommerce platform for entrepreneurs worldwide. Go beyond the confines of traditional eCommerce solutions, and be limited only by your own imagination. Powered by trust: WooCommerce is built on WordPress, the software powering more than 34% of the web. Regularly audited by Sucuri, an industry leader in security, you’re in good hands. Content at the core: Working on top of the world’s most popular content management system, WooCommerce seamlessly integrates commerce with content. Everything you need is in one place. A modular system: WooCommerce is kept lean so you can add just the options you want. It’s also made to work alongside your favorite WordPress plugins, so you can keep the features you already love. Sell anything: From physical products and digital downloads to subscriptions, content and even appointments, you can sell anything with WooCommerce. No limits: WooCommerce is entirely open source, which means you can modify and customize anything and everything. Because you have complete control, you can add unlimited products and users, and take unlimited orders. Worldwide community: WooCommerce stores and developers come from all over the world – from Norway to South Africa, from Canada to Japan.
Manage orders in WooCommerce - WordPress Tutorial in Hindi Part-48
Orders created when a customer completes the checkout process, and they are visible by Admin and Shop Manager users only. Each order is given a unique Order ID. An order also has a Status. Order statuses let you know how far along the order is, starting with Pending and ending with Completed. The following order statuses are used: Pending payment – Order received, no payment initiated. Awaiting payment (unpaid). Failed – Payment failed or was declined (unpaid) or requires authentication (SCA). Note that this status may not show immediately and instead show as Pending until verified (e.g., PayPal). Processing – Payment received (paid) and stock has been reduced; order is awaiting fulfillment. All product orders require processing, except those that only contain products which are both Virtual and Downloadable. Completed – Order fulfilled and complete – requires no further action. On-Hold – Awaiting payment – stock is reduced, but you need to confirm payment. Cancelled – Cancelled by an admin or the customer – stock is increased, no further action required. Refunded – Refunded by an admin – no further action required. Authentication required — Awaiting action by the customer to authenticate transaction and/or complete SCA requirements.
How to Add Coupons in WooCommerce - WordPress Tutorial in Hindi Part-49
Coupons are a great way to attract new customers and get loyal ones to come back for more. WooCommerce includes simple yet powerful coupon functionality that fits most stores’ needs right out-of-the-box — which means you can start offering coupons with WooCommerce in just a few clicks. To add a new coupon, go to WooCommerce → Coupons and click Add coupon. The opening screen will present you with the Coupon code and Description fields.
Reports in WooCommerce - WordPress Tutorial in Hindi Part-50
Reports in WooCommerce give you the ability to see your store’s performance from month to month using graphs and stats. It has four sections: Orders, Customers, Stock and Taxes. To view them, go to: WooCommerce – Reports.
WooCommerce General Settings - WordPress Tutorial in Hindi Part-51
The General Settings has some simple options inside. Let’s configure each of them. General Options 1. Base Location 2. Selling Location 3. Store Notice 4. API and many more…..
WooCommerce Products Settings - WordPress Tutorial in Hindi Part-52
Settings for products and how they are displayed, including image sizes, inventory and downloadable product settings. These settings allow you to set some global product options and inventory control notices. You will learn about assigning which page is your product archive or shop page and how and what it will display, setting your product weight and dimension units, allowing reviews and ratings, setting product image sizes, criteria for downloadable products, inventory management and notifications. Product Settings in WooCommerce Each product has its own settings on the product page, but there are the global settings will affect all your WooCommerce product pages.
WooCommerce Tax Settings - WordPress Tutorial in Hindi Part-53
To access the tax settings screens, they first need to be enabled. Go to: WooCommerce – Settings – General. Select the Enable Taxes and Tax Calculations checkbox. Save changes. Configuring Tax Options To start configuring taxes: Go to: WooCommerce – Settings – Tax. This tab is only visible if taxes are enabled. The Tax tab displays several options that can be set to suit your needs — settings you choose are based on the tax jurisdiction under which your store is located. Prices Entered With Tax This option is perhaps the most important when managing taxes in your store, as it determines how you input product prices later on. “Yes, I will enter prices inclusive of tax” means that all catalog prices are input using your store’s base tax rate.
WooCommerce Shipping Settings - WordPress Tutorial in Hindi Part-54
Setting up Shipping Zones Selling physical products? You need to ship them! To set up shipping in WooCommerce, you first set up shipping zones, then add methods to those zones, and lastly, rates to your methods. You can create as many zones as you like, and add multiple methods and rates to each zone. Shipping Zones A Shipping Zone is a geographical area to which you ship items. You can get as specific as you need, right down to regions and zip codes, or you can leave it more general – whichever suits you best. Customers only see the methods available for their address and corresponding zone. Each customer matches only one zone.
WooCommerce Payments Settings - WordPress Tutorial in Hindi Part-55
The Payment Methods is one of the most important things you will need to consider when building your Online Store. Providing your customers with large variety of payment methods will ensure the customer satisfaction from your Store and also will remove the probability of a customer being lost because the lack of the requested by the same customer payment method. To configure the Payment Methods of your Store, use: Step 1: Direct Bank Transfer Configuration Step 2: Cheque Configuration Step 3: Cash on Delivery (CoD) Configuration Step 4: PayPal Configuration
WooCommerce Accounts Settings - WordPress Tutorial in Hindi Part-56
Accounts Settings on WooCommerce help you determine how customer accounts function in your store. You can start working on Accounts Settings by navigating to the Accounts section through the following path: WooCommerce → Settings → Accounts
WooCommerce Emails Settings - WordPress Tutorial in Hindi Part-57
Email Settings Options available to edit email settings and templates. Go to: WooCommerce – Settings – Emails. Email notifications For each WooCommerce email listed, it’s possible to configure your settings (optional). More detailed instructions below in: Editing Individual Email Templates. Email Sender Options Set the ‘From’ name and email address for the sender. Email Templates This section lets you customize WooCommerce emails.
WooCommerce Advanced Settings - WordPress Tutorial in Hindi Part-58
Advanced settings allow you to change WooCommerce defaults and integrate with the API. Go to: WooCommerce – Settings – Advanced. Page Setup Pages need to be set so WooCommerce knows where to send users to perform certain actions: Cart Page – This page shows items in your customers cart. Checkout Page – This page is where your customer will enter their payment information and submit orders. My Account page – This page is where registered customers will go to view their orders or update their account details. Terms and Conditions – This page shows terms and conditions. Secure checkout – Force SSL (HTTPS) on the checkout pages. An SSL Certificate is required, if selected. You need not use the pages WooCommerce installed, but you must have a page set for the Cart and Checkout pages. Otherwise your customers cannot buy and pay for your products. These pages are normally created and set when installing/setting up WooCommerce. To use a Terms and Conditions page, create a new page for it at Pages – Add New, then select the page in the dropdown. The Terms and Conditions appear inline during checkout, and the customer can scroll through content and tick the checkbox to accept.
WooCommerce Product Category and Tag - WordPress Tutorial in Hindi Part-59
Managing Product Categories and Tags Product categories Product categories are the primary way to group products with similar features. You can also add subcategories if desired. For example, if you sell clothing, you might have “t-shirts”, “hoodies” and “pants” as categories. What are product tags? Product tags are another way to relate products to each other, next to product categories. Contrary to categories, there is no hierarchy in tags; so there are no “subtags.” For example, if you sell clothing, and you have a lot of cat prints, you could make a tag for “cat.” Then add that tag to the menu or sidebar so cat lovers can easily find all t-shirts, hoodies, and pants with cat prints. How to add/edit product tags Tags can be added similarly to adding product categories and work in exactly the same way as post tags. See the WordPress.org Codex for more information. The taxonomy is product_tag.