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You may or may not have heard the acronym WISYWYG before. WISYWYG is for What You See Is What You Get and is used for creating html content for websites, emails, and much more. Within WordPress the WYSIWYG tool is used quite a bit as it is the Visual Editor for adding content for pages and posts. Although creating pages and posts with the WYSIWYG tools can be a bit tricky it is much easier than learning html coding. You have access to add text, images, video and audio files. The following video will go through how to add a page with a single image and some text.
One of the most significant advances with WordPress 3.0 when it was released last year was the menu system. Before menus adding pages and content to your site needed to be very well planned out and making changes to a large site was cumbersome. As an example before the menu function if you added a page or post to your site it would automatically be added to your site. You will notice in the video that with the menu system the page doesn't display on the site until you want it to. Now with a couple clicks and drag and drop you are able to add and edit the layout of your site in a matter of minutes. As was brought up on the previous post about themes, making sure that the theme you choose has WordPress menus available is important. This video will show you how to add a menu and then add a page to that menu using a commercial (paid) theme from WooThemes.