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Enhancing Portfolios Through Creative Research Projects: Scholarship of Application Roundtable

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Workshop session at the AEJMC 2013 Conference in Washington, D.C.

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  • 1. ENHANCING PORTFOLIOS THROUGH CREATIVE RESEARCH PROJECTS: SCHOLARSHIP OF APPLICATION ROUNDTABLE WORKSHOP SESSION MITZI LEWIS, MIDWESTERN STATE UNIVERSITY AEJMC 2013 CONFERENCE AUGUST 7, 2013
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  • 3. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial- ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License. Questions? Suggestions? Please contact Mitzi Lewis – Email: mitzi.lewis@mwsu.edu; Twitter: @mitzilewis; LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/mitzilewis; Google+: gplus.to/mitzilewis What is a child theme? A child theme is a theme that works with an original (parent) theme to add new functions and otherwise customize the original theme. This is the recommended way of making modifications to a theme because you will not need to track your changes and redo them each time the theme is updated. Additional information is available at http://codex.wordpress.org/Child_Themes. A pictorial introduction is available at http://op111.net/53/. How do I create a child theme? Step 1. Using your ftp client, create a new child theme folder/directory in the /wp-content/themes directory. You may want to name the directory something like parentname-child. Step 2. Using a text editor, create style.css with the code below. Upload the style.css file to the new child theme directory. /* Theme Name: Child of parentname Description: e.g., My first child theme Author: Your name Template: Directory name of parent theme ß this is important and must match exactly (case sensitive) */ @import url(../parentname/style.css); Now you have the base for your child theme. Files inside the child folder override original theme files. Step 3. Select and activate your new child theme from the WordPress administration panel (Appearance à Themes). Step 4. You must reapply customizations created within the parent theme. For example, if you are using the “Briefed” theme, you must re-apply Settings à Permalinks à Save Changes. Getting Started with WORDPRESS Child Themes
  • 4. QUESTIONS/ COMMENTS Contact info: Email: mitzi.lewis@mwsu.edu Twitter: @mitzilewis