This professional quality unbranded flash / HTML5 video introduces users to ‘Running Updates’ in WordPress.
You can use it, and our other white label videos, as your branded tutorials to users, clients or internal staff… and have them automatically updated with every version of WordPress.
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This tutorial on ‘Running Updates’ covers:
- Single site install ‘Updates’
- When an update is available
- Running a backup
- Automatic minor version updates
Keeping WordPress up-to-date is not only a great way to gain access to all of the latest WordPress features, it is also an essential part of maintaining a secure website.
If you are a part of a WordPress MultiSite network, ‘Updates’ are the responsibility of the ‘Network Administrator’. A multisite is represented by a key icon next to the site title located at the top of the WordPress dashboard.
When a WordPress update is available, an update banner will appear in the dashboard. You can click on the banner to take you to the available updates or click the ‘Updates’ link in the ‘Dashboard’ menu.
Before running updates it is a good idea to back up your site. There are a lot of free and paid plugins available for backing up your site and even third-party services that will run automatic backups for you. For more information on backing up your site you can visit the WordPress repository and the ‘Updating WordPress Codex‘ page.
Once your site is backed up, and you’re prepared to update your site, click on the ‘Update Now’ button. When your update is done you will be automatically directed back to the WordPress dashboard letting you know that your site is ready for use. Be sure to test your site to make sure everything is working as it should.
Sharing the ‘Running Updates’ tutorial with your users, clients and internal staff will help keep your sites secure and operating with the latest features.
To embed our unbranded support videos into your sites, you must first register their domains on our Support Video API page here.
1. Click on “Get the Embed” and open up the .txt file.
2. Make sure you’ve registered your domain on our Support Video API page here.
3. Copy the embed code from the text file.
4. Completely write your post or page including adding title, text, images, tags and categories.
5. Click on Save Draft, preview your post / page and make all necessary edits.
6. Now click on the TEXT tab to switch to the HTML editor and then paste the video embed code supplied in the .txt file.*
7. Click Publish.
*In WordPress multisite you must be logged in as a Super Admin to be able to add embed code.