Here are some miscellaneous videos from throughout the years that do not fit in any class. Some of these are useful and some are just fun to see the history of the internet and site.
How to get old photos out of sticky album.
A video sharing how to use Photoshop Elements 10's new feature of text on a path
This is a video of a chipboard book I made.
Related blog post.
A video I made sharing how to post from the Photopost gallery to the website. This may still be helpful for some digital scrapbooking galleries.
This is a video of a birthday chipboard book I made.
I made this for the home page of my site on September 27, 2008, as an introduction and tour to the site. It is a fun glimpse at what the site looked like at that time.
Um, I found this. It must have done it in 2007 and Lori said she believes it is her. We must have been trying to put together a theme song for the site. How fun!
This video shares how to upload to a photopost gallery.
This video shares how to post from the gallery to the forum.
This video shares how to edit a layout in the gallery. It includes deleting a layout.
This video was made to introduce Groups in forums. Groups are a great way to find only those topics you are interested in to chat and share with others interested in the same topics. Why not join one today? Create a new one if your favorite topics are not available.
Here is an older video for some frequently asked questions in the forum.
0:00 min Uploading Avatars and Profile Pictures
2:00 min Editing Signature Area and how to add links to Signature and forum
3:10 min. Adding photos directly into posts
6:35 min. Using the chatroom
This was a video I had made when we had an x-cart store in 2012. The store has closed and my files are now at Etsy, but just in case this helps someone, here it is.
I know longer have x-cart at my site, but just in case this helps another designer at another site, here it is!
Learn how to use vi.sualize.us in digital scrapbooking. vi.sualize.us was Pinterest before there was a Pinterest. Now no one uses the site.
I used to use TwitterGadget regularly, but I have not used it in a long time.
Related blog post
This is a video from when ACDSee first came out and was big in the digiworld in 2008. It was heavily marketed for us by two wonderful ladies, but when they stopped working for the company, the product use died down. It is still a good tool.
This was my review of their site with tutorials from probably 2008. It went downhill after the two ladies stopped maintaining it and answering questions.
I found this old video and thought I would share it in case it helps someone. I do not recommend using 4shared anymore, but maybe the skills are similar in other hosting.