Did you know that Vimeo allows you to make a video private? You can make it so no one can see it, no one can use the embed code except on approved websites, and can even hide it from Vimeo so it is not listed anywhere. After that, you can add your own site as an approved site so that you can embed it yourself. Grab the code, add the video to any page and password protect the page. If you really want it hidden, you could even hide it from the menu on your site using our new hidden page option. Then share the link to the hidden page and the password with a client and they will be the only ones able to see it.Comments Off
Archive for May 2011
We are so excited to be included in the Design Aglow: The Photographer's Guide to a Killer Web Presence, written by our friend Zach Prez. It is 122 pages of good solid web presence advice with inspirational design examples.
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Announcing our latest, most versatile Photography BlogSite theme yet. The theme you've been asking for. We have added tons of new color options including the ability to choose the color of your content area. You can even make it transparent and use a custom background image to help create a distinctive look. You can see a live demos of how completely different you can make Cappuccino look here and here. As with all our themes, you can create a completely unique BlogSite with many home and blog page options, tons of font choices, and endless color choices. Add video, music, unlimited galleries, unlimited pages or brand your site on your own by adding your logo and custom patterns. If you are currently using another theme just go to "Appearance->Themes" to take Cappuccino for a test drive. To celebrate its launch we are offering $100 off our annual membership. Use the code: CAPP100.* *Comments Off
Sometimes you want to make a new page but not have it show up in the main menu. Up until now, the only way to do this was by making the page private. But that would mean only you could see it and what is the point of that? Well now you can hide any page you want from the menu but allow it to stay public. We have added a new "Hide Page from Menu" option near the publishing settings for every page. Why use a hidden page? Set up a page for a client. Create a gallery page to share links to. Create a landing page to promote a special sale or event. These are just a few reasons why you might want a page that does not get added to the main menu. If you group some pages together under a hidden page, that whole section will be left out of the main menu. ThisComments Off