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    Updating

    I already have my website, but is it hard to fix my website into wordpress so I can update my index.html with new videos, and then after like 4 videos the 4th (the last) goes into a older video gallery on for example my videos.html, and in videos.html after 10 videos it uses paginator..

    Is that hard to make, is there any good tutorial for that?

    // Kev

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    Quote Originally Posted by kvnwpts View Post
    I already have my website, but is it hard to fix my website into wordpress so I can update my index.html with new videos, and then after like 4 videos the 4th (the last) goes into a older video gallery on for example my videos.html.

    Is that hard to make, is there any good tutorial for that?

    // Kev
    Hey Kev,
    Sounds like Wordpress would work perfect for you. I'd suggest installing Wordpress on your server and once installed, I'd suggest installing the plugin "TubePress". Here are some links that might help you.

    http://www.wordpress.org (Wordpress)
    http://tubepress.org/ (TubePress Plugin) - Note that you do not have to download, upload/install. This is simply for your reference. You can install TubePress directly from your Wordpress Admin once you have it installed.

    Are you currently hosted with someone? If so, do you know if you have access to cPanel? or Plesk Admin? Both should have an automatic installer for Wordpress. Otherwise, if not and you have FTP access and are able to create a MySQL database I'd be happy to install Wordpress for you or explain how to install Wordpress yourself.

    Thanks and best of luck in your Wordpress related adventures!!
    Michael John Froseth
    Freelance Web Developer | MichaelFroseth | dotCom

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    Hi mike, I guess that's your name.

    Im hosted by a company, yes.
    And I actually managed to install wordpress on my computer but the on my domain name a blog appeard, instead I wanna have my website, but I don't know how.

    Quote Originally Posted by mike.fro View Post
    Hey Kev,
    Sounds like Wordpress would work perfect for you. I'd suggest installing Wordpress on your server and once installed, I'd suggest installing the plugin "TubePress". Here are some links that might help you.

    http://www.wordpress.org (Wordpress)
    http://tubepress.org/ (TubePress Plugin) - Note that you do not have to download, upload/install. This is simply for your reference. You can install TubePress directly from your Wordpress Admin once you have it installed.

    Are you currently hosted with someone? If so, do you know if you have access to cPanel? or Plesk Admin? Both should have an automatic installer for Wordpress. Otherwise, if not and you have FTP access and are able to create a MySQL database I'd be happy to install Wordpress for you or explain how to install Wordpress yourself.

    Thanks and best of luck in your Wordpress related adventures!!


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