Getting Started with Obsidian Course

Getting Started with Obsidian

If you want to learn your way around Obsidian so that you can build a great note system then this course is for you. I’ll cover basic folder structure, when to use tags or links, and the plugins I think everyone needs to make their Obsidian experience excellent. Plus much more. If you want all my coursesbecome a member.

$99 USD (30-day guarantee)

  • News Round up

    Starting today is an article from Ars Technica about the future of Internet Explorer Mobile. Internet Explorer Mobile comes on Windows Mobile phones as the default web browser (of which I own one the HTC Touch). Anyone who has coded web standards based websites is well aware of the beast that is IE 6, which […]

  • News Round UP

    Here’s the weekly news round up culled from the stack of RSS feeds that I subscribe to. Starting off is a great post from Just Creative Design that lists all of the WordPress plugins used by Jacob Cass. They range from spam filters (Akismet) to SEO tools (All in one SEO Pack). Many of these […]

  • Generating Links to your Site

    One of the big things that you need to do to improve you search engine rankings is to generate links back to your blog. That’s easy to say but much harder to do so lets look at some ways to generate links back to your website. Have Something Worth Linking to Before you start working […]

  • Tuesday News Round Up

    As I was digging through my RSS feeds today I found a bunch of useful information that I thought I would pass on. Starting off there is a great article on the implementation of sIFR3. It takes you from a discussion on how to implement it to the what if questions regarding the lack of […]

  • EINBAU.ca Launched

    I just launched einbau.ca a site for an architectural millwork company in Whitby Ontario. The hardest part of this project was choosing just a few pictures to show off their beautiful work. Check out the gallery for the finalists.

  • Using Social Media to Market your Business

    Most people out there now have profiles in a number of social media networks. From Facebook to Twitter most of us are familiar with social media and how it can help us connect with people. It is also possible to use the power of social media to find new clients, but how. It’s in the […]

  • Changing the default ‘required’ in cformsII to an image

    I recently had a client request a red asterisk instead of the default (required) that comes with cformsII the wordpress plugin. As it was actually my first time using cformsII in any fashion I started with a quick search to see if there was a documented work around to make this happen. While I did […]

  • Bring on the New: CS4 is out

    A few weeks ago Adobe announced that Sept. 23 was the release day for CS4. Well today was the big day in the design industry…Adobe announced and is shipping CS4 starting now. I had opportunity to watch the live showing off of some of the new features of CS4 and wow. I answered my own […]

  • News from around the Web

    Lots of things are happening today most notably CS4 was released by Adobe. I’ll be writing another post later today going into more detail about the launch and rouding up resources for further reading, for now on we go. There is another great post over at Design Reviver detailing 22 Firefox 3 Plugins for web […]

  • Search Engine Optimization for Small Business

    I deal with many small business’ as a freelancer. One thing that they most often have in common is the knowledge that websites need some work to get good results in search engine rankings. What they often don’t know is the bit of work they can do to improve their search engine traffic. 1. Content […]