A picture is worth thousands of words and a video is worth ______ words (I leave it up to you to decide that how many words a video is worth). We all know that if we can see that how an action is done then it becomes far simpler to understand things and a person who isn’t sure about something gets more confidence while following the tutorials.

There are many tutorials available on the internet which tell you about various stuff and so is the case with WordPress too.

Here is the list of some of the most wonderful video tutorials for WordPress -

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There are hundreds of WordPress themes available for download which are so tempting that you can activate a new theme everyday and there will be days when you’d try two or three new theme. Those who are comfortable with maintaining their own hosting will find this tutorial pretty noobish, however everyone starts from somewhere and this article can be a start for some.

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Photo Galleries are important part of blogs and are used to show off personal photographs (on a personal blog) or photographs of various events if you have a niche blog or you could use it to describe some place or anything which could be useful to you. There are various ways of showing the images as photo gallery in WordPress and I would list most of them over here.

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I’m sure you must have come across the error “page can not be found” some or the other time while surfing the web, I have and everyone has seen that page for sure. We get to see that error or page because the page which we were trying to visit to was either removed or it was linked incorrectly by someone. In simple words, it means that the website is accessible and functional however just that page isn’t available on that website any more.

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Few people say that tags appeared on the web when the web 2.0 era started, however if we look at the history we had tags available in the form of meta tags. Although, when webmasters started to abuse them by putting wrong meta tags for getting the traffic and to control that all search engines stopped providing search results on the basis of meta tags only.

However, later Technorati came in the picture and brought back the concept of tags and allowed bloggers to tag their posts according to the content type and thus making it accessible to the searcher the kind of posts they were interested in.

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