#2 Basic Pods Templating and Magic Tags

Learn how to show Pods custom fields in your WordPress site–without using any PHP–with Pods templates and shortcodes. Code from the template shown in this video can be found here: https://gist.github.com/Shelob9/7540680

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Install Google Tag Manager Using A WordPress Plugin

Grab Your Free 17-Point WordPress Pre-Launch PDF Checklist: Install Google Tag Manager Using A WordPress Plugin https://youtu.be/zHGgkEC9dK8 Google tag manager WordPress lets you easily include third party code into your site. GTM focuses on marketing software integration like Google Analytics, Adwords, and other marketing platforms. Grab your free 17-Point WordPress Pre-Launch PDF Checklist: Download your exclusive 10-Point WP Security Checklist: I hope this information helps you! If you have any questions leave a comment below or ping me @WPLearningLab on Twitter. ————– If you want more excellent WordPress information check out our website where we post WordPress tutorials daily. htt

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7. Body Tag in HTML (Hindi)

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How to Create a Website, QUICK & EASY in India – 7 min Guide

. Watch our New Video here ➜ https://youtu.be/YWA-xbsJrVg This video shows you the fastest way to make a website. Before you start, first GO TO â-¶ â–€ You can create your website using these 5 Simple steps: STEP 1: Choose your website name STEP 2: Register your domain name STEP 3: Get hosting (server) STEP 4: Install wordpress STEP 5: Changing your website design Okay, lets begin: 1. Choosing your website’s name This is also called finding your domain name. You need to find a name which is available. Go to the above link to check if your domain name is available. 2. Register your domain name Once you find a name which is available, you need to register it. You can get a domain name for as low as Rs.99. 3. Get web hosting (server) Getting

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wordpress – how to create tag in hindi

In this video i show you how to create tag and use for the website. in this video also i show some youtube example you read this concept on blogger.com i mention link blogger.com you joned with me facebook i mention link facebook https:// you make conecton with us on linkdin i mention link linkedin https:// google+ https://plus.google.com/109961974272351523214 if you meet any time on i avable on skype i mention skyp id skyp id mritunjayvishnu twitter https://twitter.com/mritunjayncr this video make by apowresoft free screen recordr its very good software

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Cookies and Google Tag Manager – How to persist data throughout a Session

Cookies are important part of the web. They help retain data of a users visit on a webpage. We can utilize cookies with Google Tag Manager to transfer and persist data throughout the session of the user and even read the information to use in other tags. This video will cover how you can set a cookie, write information to it and later read it from the tag. Helpful Links GTM Live Workshops: GTM Ressource Guide: Free GTM Beginner course: https://measureschool.com/emailcourse Course: . . RECOMMENDED MEASURE BOOKS: https://kit.com/Measureschool/recommended-measure-books GEAR WE USED TO PRODUCE THIS VIDEO: https://kit.com/Measureschool/measureschool-yo

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Drip Event Tracking with Google Tag Manager

Sign up to Drip: This week we’ll look at how to implement the Email Automation Tool, Drip, using Google Tag Manager. Drip has an excellent Javascript API upon which we’ll interact with to do Event-Tracking. First we need to initialize Drip, which we can do by firing a Tag including Drip’s code on All Pages. Next, we can pinpoint specific user interactions that we want to pick up and send as Event data to Drip. Drip makes all this very easy and with the help of GTM, you’ll be up and running in no time. helpful Links: https:// https:// GTM Live Workshops: GTM Ressource

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Filter internal Traffic with Google Tag Manager and Google Analytics

Filtering internal Traffic to your GA is important for data quality and keeping your GA usable for analysis. There are different methods of filtering Internal Traffic, but in this video we will discuss how do accomplish it with the help of Google Tag Manager. We will set a cookie identifying all internal traffic. Then we will read that cookie with a GTM Variable and use it to fill our custom Dimension. In the end, we can build a filter in GA to exclude any users with that dimension. Helpful Links GTM Live Workshops: GTM Ressource Guide: Free GTM Beginner course: https://measureschool.com/emailcourse Cou

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Accessibility and life beyond the ALT tag – WPCampus 2018 – WordPress In Higher Education

Note: captions are being processed and will be uploaded soon. When we talk about design and the web, for some reason we don’t believe we can have our beautiful cake and access it too. Sometimes, the idea of accessibility seems like a bucket of water on a campfire—not the kind of sizzle we are want for our website. And yet I tell you, there’s hope. We’ll explore the human aspect of our work and discover how to approach accessibility in a practical manner (and with less pain that you thought possible). Learn how to create digital content that anyone can access, no matter how they do it. See a real world example of an accessible course offering, and why it works. Let’s leave behind the idea of accessibility as an afterthought, and bring it into the forethought where it belongs. You

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