This page has links to videos to help with various aspects related to the Wairarapa Cricket website, and some processes for adding or updating the website. Currently they are in no particular order, and as I add them, so please look around until you find what you are looking for.
- Controls are at bottom right of video.
- You may need to adjust your volume to hear.
- Click the start arrow and mouse over video and click the full screen icon at bottom right for a better view
- Sometimes it may take a while before I start talking!
Updating or adding draws.
How to save and upload scoresheets
This video below shows how to save the Senior and Representative score sheets that you receive via email into a small format and upload them onto the website along with the story. Please read further instructions in the “Job List” user guide.
I suggest opening it in full screen mode if hard to see what is happening.
Uploading Statistics & Averages via Google which auto update website
(This video concerns the excel spreadsheet system)
Add Rows to Honours Boards
Simple Archiving System at End of Season
(Please watch in conjunction with ‘Job List’ User Guide)
How to update Widgets e.g. Cancellations & Ground Changes
Newsletters & Mailchimp Help Videos
Some links to how to create a campaign (newsletter) and how to understand reports and Mailchimp in general.
- See How Mailchimp Works – this overview of what it does is on the home page
- Getting Started – Creating a Campaign – lots of easy guide videos
- Understanding & Reading Reports about newsletter
Simple guide to be used in conjunction with videos above.
Light Image Resizer
This is a FREE program that I recommend to most clients who do not already have photo/image manipulation software like Photoshop. This program is great for resizing photos to use online in websites which you own and where file size can affect costs (not like Facebook which is free at present.)
This program can also add watermarks and copyrights to photos easily and is ideal for clubs and sporting organisations where costs are always a factor. The only drawback is that this is built for Windows operating systems, so those people with Apple Macs and iPads will have to use something from the Apple stable.
You can read about and download the program from here http://www.obviousidea.com/windows-software/light-image-resizer/
Video 1 – How to resize photos basic (30 secs)
Full video tutorial for using Image Resizer (6 mins)
Watermarking Photos (2.45min)