Using WordPress<br />
Logging In<br />Login Page is public<br />
Types of Users<br />Administrator<br />Editor<br />
Adding Content<br />Site Uses Pages<br />Posts are for blogging<br />Basic to Advanced options<br />
Title<br />Foundation for everything else<br />Page Address<br />Page Name<br />Menu Name<br />Page Heading<br />
Editing<br />Basic options<br />Kitchen Sink Options<br />
Editors<br />Visual (WYSIWYG)<br />HTML<br />
Content Area<br />Use built in formatting<br />Don’t force with text or returns<br />
Publishing Options<br />Schedule Publish Date<br />Draft for editing<br />Private for internal use<br />
Page Hierarchy<br />This is your sidebar menu<br />
Authors<br />Logged in user<br />Can be changed(departures)<br />
SEO<br />Title<br />Meta Data<br />Menu<br />Be Careful<br />
Keywords in Content<br />Page headings<br />Lists<br />Bold<br />Text<br />Image ALT tags<br />
Lists<br />Ordered, unordered, doesn’t matter<br />Lists are special<br />Great for usability<br />
Bold<br />Bigger is not bolder<br /><strong>this is bold</strong><br />
Keyword Density<br />Target 4-6%<br />Roughly 1-2 words in every 4-5 sentence paragraph<br />
A thousand words down to one<br />Every image should have<br />Title<br />ALT<br />
Back linking Basics<br />One way is best<br />No follow is not wanted<br />
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WordPress Generic Usage Info

  1. 1. Using WordPress<br />
  2. 2. Logging In<br />Login Page is public<br />
  3. 3. Types of Users<br />Administrator<br />Editor<br />
  4. 4. Adding Content<br />Site Uses Pages<br />Posts are for blogging<br />Basic to Advanced options<br />
  5. 5. Title<br />Foundation for everything else<br />Page Address<br />Page Name<br />Menu Name<br />Page Heading<br />
  6. 6. Editing<br />Basic options<br />Kitchen Sink Options<br />
  7. 7. Editors<br />Visual (WYSIWYG)<br />HTML<br />
  8. 8. Content Area<br />Use built in formatting<br />Don’t force with text or returns<br />
  9. 9. Publishing Options<br />Schedule Publish Date<br />Draft for editing<br />Private for internal use<br />
  10. 10. Page Hierarchy<br />This is your sidebar menu<br />
  11. 11. Authors<br />Logged in user<br />Can be changed(departures)<br />
  12. 12. SEO<br />Title<br />Meta Data<br />Menu<br />Be Careful<br />
  13. 13. Keywords in Content<br />Page headings<br />Lists<br />Bold<br />Text<br />Image ALT tags<br />
  14. 14. Lists<br />Ordered, unordered, doesn’t matter<br />Lists are special<br />Great for usability<br />
  15. 15. Bold<br />Bigger is not bolder<br /><strong>this is bold</strong><br />
  16. 16. Keyword Density<br />Target 4-6%<br />Roughly 1-2 words in every 4-5 sentence paragraph<br />
  17. 17. A thousand words down to one<br />Every image should have<br />Title<br />ALT<br />
  18. 18. Back linking Basics<br />One way is best<br />No follow is not wanted<br />
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