Fri

11

Jan

2013

The Jimdo Review: We Are Headed North

 

On today's episode of The Jimdo Review, William joins me to talk about his new tutorial for creating a blog archive on a JimdoPage. We also discuss an awesome photography website that he came across earlier this week. 

 

Show Notes

News

 

Awesome JimdoPage

  • Our awesome JimdoPage today is BlueSplashImages, a fantastic photography site. 
  • I love the way that BlueSplashImages uses the P4194 layout to create a simple, clear navigation.
  • William notes how well BlueSplashImages shows off its photographs and draws a visitor in right away with a huge image on the homepage. 

User Question

  • Someone asked how to move elements from one page to another, and we show how easy that is to do with Jimdo
  • If you have a question that you'd like us to answer on The Jimdo Review, just write it below in the comments.

Other Notes

  • We'll be back in a couple of weeks with another episode of The Jimdo Review. If there's anything special you'd like to see, just let us know in the comments. 
  • We love to see the sites that you're working on — send us a tweet or post on our Facebook page and show off your site, and maybe you'll get featured on the next episode of The Jimdo Review. 

 

Thanks a lot for watching The Jimdo Review. We'll post another episode in two weeks. Make sure that you subscribe to our YouTube channel if you want to see The Jimdo Review as soon as it's released. 

 

 

Dan Gray

Aspiring Rockstar



Comments: 10 (Discussion closed)

  • JimdoPro
    #1

    sidcuprockschool (Sunday, 13 January 2013 21:11)

    Dan, Is there an easy way to try out the other layouts without risking messing up my existing site? I love what Jimdo can do and how easy it is to build a professional looking site without any web design knowledge, but my one disappointment is that I'm always working on a live site so don't feel safe to experiment too much.

    I understand that I can experiment to some extent by copying a page and making it invisible whilst editing, but this approach doesn't help when changing a layout template as that affects the whole site. I wonder if maybe there's an approach that I'm missing...?

  • JimdoPro
    #2

    Laptop cu gia re (Tuesday, 15 January 2013 07:56)

    i like jimdo

  • #3

    horoscope (Tuesday, 15 January 2013 14:17)

    are best jimdo. Thanks for everything.

  • #4

    thehoroscope (Tuesday, 15 January 2013 21:26)

    jimdo thanks for everything.

  • #5

    laposadachetumalhostel (Wednesday, 16 January 2013 04:29)

    Hi every body. How I can put many laguages option in my web site.? Urgent !!!!

  • #6

    binarybrokers (Thursday, 17 January 2013 10:54)

    Cool, really liking these tutorials.

  • #7

    Tyrone Fasching (Saturday, 19 January 2013 15:56)

    Thanks for everything Jimdo..

  • #8

    giaykhieuvu (Monday, 21 January 2013 10:07)

    jimdo thanks for everything.

  • #9

    hamiltonramblers (Monday, 04 February 2013 10:24)

    How do I ensure that search engines find this site?

  • JimdoBusiness
    #10

    Kurt Lash (Tuesday, 05 February 2013 18:43)

    @hamiltonramblers, you can find a wealth of information about Search Engine Optimization for your Jimdo site here: http://jimdo.com/seo . Also, check out our recorded SEO workshop at the bottom of our Workshops page: http://jimdo.com/help/workshops

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