As you may know, I'm an editor at Media and Networks and since a few hours ago all the blogs on the network were updated, it occurred to me to lend a hand to the editorial staff making a video with the basic functions of WordPress 2.7 .
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Antonio3407 ha created a new site Videoayuda.es in which he compiles video-tutorials of all kinds and also contributes the ones he generates. In particular right now there is a good collection of videos about WordPress, like this one that he himself has done.
As I see from the visits in the demo there is a huge interest in WordPress 2.7 I have been testing the keyboard shortcuts from WordPress 2.7 for moderation of comments and, incidentally, create a Screencast to show how it is used, I hope you learn something or at least entertain you.
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If you do not dare to try WordPress 2.7 in the Demo, you will be satisfied with watching this video screencast that you have recorded Mark Jaquith in which you compare the fact of writing a new post in WordPress 2.6 and in WordPress 2.7 .
The entry WordPress 2.7 Video published it first Fernando Tellado in WordPress Help . Do not copy content, do not say anything good about you to your readers.
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