Create the first post                        Basic commands         July 17, 2012Web training for Ph.D. Students          ...
Summing up…• We had an overview of the most imporant  features of wordpress• We are now ready to
6. Start your first post
Start your first post• The title: this is your post title. Choose a  catchy and clear title.
Start your first post• The frame where you can write your post text  (resembles the Microsoft Word interface)
Start your first post• Checkboxes where you can indicate your posts  category• Choose one or more  appropriate categories•...
Add a picture to your post• Upload a picture from your system• Add a good title (will be used as alt)
Add a picture to your post• Set pointer in  text editor  where you want  picture• Link to: choose the way you want your pi...
Add a picture to your post
Add a picture to your post• Postion the  picture• Alignment  Left or Right
Add a picture to your post: result
Saving and publishing your post• Click “Save and continue editing” to stay on  post page• Click “Save” to save and exit po...
Your first post!!
Adding links to your post•   Select the words / picture you want to link•   Click link button•   Add link URL•   Click ins...
Adding links to your post
Adding a video to your posts• You can add a YouTube video to your post• Find video on YouTube and copy URL
Adding a video to your posts• Find the YouTube button in the Wordpress                                     (*)  editor and...
Using the “more” option• Possibility to only show introduction on home  page followed by “read the rest of this entry”  or...
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  1. 1. Create the first post Basic commands July 17, 2012Web training for Ph.D. Students @Unicam
  2. 2. Summing up…• We had an overview of the most imporant features of wordpress• We are now ready to
  3. 3. 6. Start your first post
  4. 4. Start your first post• The title: this is your post title. Choose a catchy and clear title.
  5. 5. Start your first post• The frame where you can write your post text (resembles the Microsoft Word interface)
  6. 6. Start your first post• Checkboxes where you can indicate your posts category• Choose one or more appropriate categories• If none available, create a new one
  7. 7. Add a picture to your post• Upload a picture from your system• Add a good title (will be used as alt)
  8. 8. Add a picture to your post• Set pointer in text editor where you want picture• Link to: choose the way you want your picture to behave (as a link to the file, as a link to a page with only the picture or no link at all)• Click “Send to editor”
  9. 9. Add a picture to your post
  10. 10. Add a picture to your post• Postion the picture• Alignment Left or Right
  11. 11. Add a picture to your post: result
  12. 12. Saving and publishing your post• Click “Save and continue editing” to stay on post page• Click “Save” to save and exit post page• Click “Publish” to publish post on website
  13. 13. Your first post!!
  14. 14. Adding links to your post• Select the words / picture you want to link• Click link button• Add link URL• Click insert• To remove link click remove link button
  15. 15. Adding links to your post
  16. 16. Adding a video to your posts• You can add a YouTube video to your post• Find video on YouTube and copy URL
  17. 17. Adding a video to your posts• Find the YouTube button in the Wordpress (*) editor and click it• Paste YouTube URL in box(*) Viper’s video quicktags plugin
  18. 18. Using the “more” option• Possibility to only show introduction on home page followed by “read the rest of this entry” or “read more”• Click “more” button while pointer at desired position in editor

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