Join Justin Seeley for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating video posts, part of Tumblr Quick Start.
The last post type that we are going to cover in this Tumblr series is the video post type.…I have saved the best for last. I am a video guy.…This is what I do.…It's what I love.…And Tumblr has a great system for showcasing and sharing video.…From your Tumblr Dashboard, simply access the video icon here on the right-hand…side to access the video block feature.…Once you get inside of this section, you will see that it tells you to add a video.…You have two options for adding a video here inside of Tumblr.…You can embed a video, utilizing a URL from a site like YouTube, or Vimeo. You can…also upload a video.…
Let's go ahead and take a look at how to embed a video first.…Let's go back over to YouTube, and on the YouTube page, a lot of folks will go…and try to get the embed code for a YouTube video.…That's not necessary with Tumblr.…All you need once you have accessed the YouTube video itself is this URL.…You can copy that to your clipboard, and go back over to Tumblr, and simply paste it in.…Once you paste it in, you are ready to go.…
- What is Tumblr?
- Touring the interface
- Exploring the Tumblr Blocks
- Creating a custom domain
- Understanding likes, reblogs, and notes
- Blocking and unblocking users
- Adjusting basic appearance settings
- Adding a logo
- Creating a post
- Editing multiple posts at once
- Inserting video and audio into pages
- Finding theme marketplaces
- Editing posts using HTML and markdown
- Adding comments with Disqus
Skill Level Intermediate
XHTML and HTML Essential Trainingwith Bill Weinman4h 44m Beginner
1. Getting to Know Tumblr
Learning the Tumblr blocks3m 55s
2. Customizing Your Blog
3. Publishing with Tumblr
4. Working with Pages
5. Taking the Next Step
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