Wp visual editors - Learning Style

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  • Hello everyone, I'm Carol Gann project manager for Orlando Web Wizard.
  • This is a Lightening talk about the WordPress Visual Editor. We are going to go through this information really fast however, you can review this information at: the website URL
  • How many here have heard of multiple learning styles and multiple intelligences?
    What are “Learning Styles?
    You may have a preferred learning style and your preferred learning style may guide the way you learn. Learning Styles also change the way you understand experiences, the way you recall information, and even the words you choose are a direct result of your preferred learning style or styles.
    You came to this lightening talk to learn about the WordPress Visual Editor. So why would you need to know about learning styles to work with the WordPress visual editor? You most likely don't however, I have found it useful to observe clients learning styles when I customize the Visual Editor for their ease of use.
    So why would the clients learning style help to customize the WP visual editor?
  • The visual editor provides a semi-WYSIWYG (What You See is What You Get) content editor that allows you to easily create, edit, and format your blog content in a view similar to that of a word processing program.
    What are the Pros and Cons to the Visual Editor?
    PRO: You can edit pages and add images without any knowledge of HTML
    CON: Can create messy code that will increase file size and slow page downloads, ultimately hurting your SEO.
    Writing content is the backbone of a Visual Editor however, the look, feel and design of the tool used in content writing and editing is very important to the creator of the content.
  • What is the WordPress visual editor used for? Why do people use it? If you do not know please visit http://en.support.wordpress.com/visual-editor/ The Visual Editor – Writing and Editing
  • Everyone has a mix of learning styles however, you may find that people have a dominant style of learning, with far less use of the other styles.
    Here is an online quiz to find out your learning style: http://www.edutopia.org/multiple-intelligences-learning-styles-quiz
    What Visual Editor Plugins aids various learning styles?
  • Wp visual editors - Learning Style

    1. 1. Copy this URL http://orlandowebwizard.com/wizard/wordcamp this presentation online PLUS More Info
    2. 2. What is the WP Visual Editor? The visual editor is a small WYSIWYG (What You See is What You Get) content editor. You use it to create, edit, and format your content. Similar to that of a word processing program.
    3. 3. Want to Learn More? http://en.support.wordpress.com/visual-editor/
    4. 4. Take a Quiz Learn Your Learning Style http://www.learning-styles-online.com/overview/ http://www.edutopia.org/multiple-intelligences-learning-stylesquiz
    5. 5. My Learning Style
    6. 6. My Quiz Results
    7. 7. Visual Editor Plugins which aids learning styles?
    8. 8. Ultimate TinyMCE
    9. 9. Ultimate TinyMCE Are you a visual person? Do the letter combinations "HTML" and "CSS" send you running? Then this is the plugin for you! Offers a PRO version
    10. 10. 3D Drag & Drop
    11. 11. 3D Drag & Drop Web site Are you a hands on person? Do you draw your pages on paper first? Then this is the plugin for you!
    12. 12. TinyMCE Advanced
    13. 13. TinyMCE Advanced Are you a problem solver? Do you use a logical system? Then this is the plugin for you!
    14. 14. Learning Styles Why should learning styles be important to a WordPress Developer?
    15. 15. Fontmiester Gmail log in > API Access > Configure Browser Key for API Project See Fonts: http://www.google.com/fonts/ https://developers.google.com/console/help/#generatingdevkeys
    16. 16. Custom Styles In Visual Editor Using TinyMCE Advanced - Plugin 1. Create a Child Theme http://codex.wordpress.org/Child_Themes 2. Add editor-style.css from the Twenty Ten Theme to your Child Folder 3. Check your plugin Visual Editor theme advanced options to import editor-style.css 4. Add your custom styles

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