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This installment of Start with a Theme shows how to set up a video blog using WordPress and three different free themes that result in three different looks for your site. Series author Morten Rand-Hendriksen explains how to get up and running quickly with Twenty Twelve, Origami, and Sundance, and reviews the benefits and drawbacks of all three themes as they apply to video content in particular. Learn how to add video from services such as YouTube and Vimeo, enhance the visibility of your posts, add a video slider, and more.
Hi, I'm Morten Rand-Hendricksen, and welcome to Start with a Theme: Video Blogs in WordPress. In this course, I'll show you how you can make a clean and responsive video blog with WordPress using three different themes for three different looks. We'll start by looking at how to add videos into blog posts with WordPress. Then we'll look at how to use the default Twenty Twelve theme to build a video blog with a modern minimalist look. We'll switch to the one-column Origami theme to get a different take on what WordPress sites can look like.
And finally, we'll explore the Sundance video theme from Automatic and check out its hidden features. Making a video blog with WordPress is now easier than ever, so let's get cracking with Start with a Theme: Video Blogs in WordPress.
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