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    WIWC WP Course W4 Widgets and Menus WIWC WP Course W4 Widgets and Menus Presentation Transcript

    • MolecularcodeWeb Design and DevelopmentAlex Ruauxhttp://alexruaux.comwebdesign@alexruaux.comBeginners WordPress.com Course | West Island Women’s Centre | May 8th 2013Widgets
    • WHAT’S A WIDGETA small tool that add functionality or content toyour site.Usually in the sidebar (may be in footer).e.g: calendar, photo stream, countdown, twitterfeed, search box, social media icons, archive ofposts, text and links etc...
    • WIDGETS IN THE SIDEBARtext descriptionsearch boxcalendararchive dropdownimage
    • TYPES OF WIDGETSWidgets that help readers navigate your sitee.g. post archive, tag cloud, categories, search boxWidgets that share content and connecte.g. follow, like /tweet buttonWidgets that pull in content from elsewheree.g. flickr stream, twitter feedVersatilee.g. text and images
    • http://learn.wordpress.com/get-configured/#leswidgets
    • MolecularcodeWeb Design and DevelopmentAlex Ruauxhttp://alexruaux.comwebdesign@alexruaux.comBeginners WordPress.com Course | West Island Women’s Centre | May 1st 2013Menus
    • MENUSNeed at least one menu for navigationTop, sidebar, footer
    • MENU
    • MENU
    • MENU
    • MENU
    • MENUSChange the order of your pagesCreate sub-menus by nesting pages under ‘parent’pagesCreate custom links*Pages only show in the menu editor oncepublished, not when a drafthttp://learn.wordpress.com/get-published/#lecustommenu