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WordPress	
  
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•  WordPress	
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  one	
  of	
  the	
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management	
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•  The	
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  where	
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•  WordPress	
  is	
  much	
  more	
  than	
  a	
  blogging	
  site.	
  
•  Since	
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WordPress	
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and	
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Posts	
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posts,	
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posts	
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a...
Media	
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upload	
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digital	
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Pages	
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pages	
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pages.	
  	
  
Appearance	
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can	
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manage	
  your	
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add	
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Se8ngs	
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manage	
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seMngs	
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•  You	
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WriAng	
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1.  To	
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WriAng	
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2.  In	
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you	
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WriAng	
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3.  In	
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you	
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WriAng	
  and	
  managing	
  posts	
  	
  
4.  In	
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you	
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WriAng	
  and	
  managing	
  posts	
  	
  
5.  You	
  can	
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want	
  to	
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  comme...
WriAng	
  and	
  managing	
  posts	
  	
  
•  aside	
  -­‐	
  Typically	
  styled	
  without	
  a	
  Atle.	
  Similar	
  t...
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  1. 1. WordPress   www.wordpress.com  
  2. 2. WordPress       •  WordPress  is  one  of  the  most  widely  used  content   management  systems  around  today.   •  It  can  therefore  be  used  to  build  a  variety  of  web  and   blogging  sites.  
  3. 3. WordPress       •  The  hosted  service  is  where  most  individuals  host   their  personal  WordPress  blogs.(wordpress.com)   •  The  free  open-­‐source  downloadable  version  can  be   used  to  set  up  your  personal  blogging  pla?orm. (wordpress.org)    
  4. 4. WordPress       •  WordPress  is  much  more  than  a  blogging  site.   •  Since  it  has  the  facility  to  create  staAc  pages  in   addiAon  to  blog  posts,  this  means  it  can  be  used  to   build  a  complete  website.   •  hCp://itl.ewha.ac.kr  
  5. 5. Wordpress.com      
  6. 6. Wordpress.com      
  7. 7. WordPress  Dashboard  –   WordPress  is  quite  a   sophisAcated  pla?orm,   and  your  blog  is  managed   through  your  Dashboard,   which  contains  a  leJ-­‐hand   navigaAon  bar  (as  shown   in  the  screenshot)  that  lets   you  manage  your  acAvity.  
  8. 8. Posts  –  here  you  can  add   posts,  manage  exisAng   posts  as  well  as  the  tags   and  categories  that   describe  the  posts.    
  9. 9. Media  –  here  you  can   upload  and  manage  the   digital  assets  you  use  in   your  posts  and  pages.    
  10. 10. Pages  here  you  can  add   pages  and  manage  exisAng   pages.    
  11. 11. Appearance  –  here  you   can  find,  install  and   manage  your  blog  theme  ,   add  widgets  to  the  side   bars.  
  12. 12. Se8ngs  –  here  you   manage  the  blog  seMngs.   In  parAcular  in  the  Reading   seMngs  you  can  change   your  blog’s  front  page  to  a   page  rather  than  a  list  of   posts  if  you  prefer.    
  13. 13. Designing  the  look  of  your  blog     •  You  can  select  and  install  themes  in  Appearance  (in   the  Dashboard).   •  You  can  always  Preview  any  theme,  before  you   acAvate  it  fully.    
  14. 14. WriAng  and  managing  posts     1.  To  write  a  new  post,  select  Add  New.  
  15. 15. WriAng  and  managing  posts     2.  In  the  right  hand  column,   you  can  decide  its  Visibility   –  Public,  Password-­‐ protected  or  Private.     •  Note,  if  you  want  a  post  to  remain  at  the  top  of   your  front  page,  select  the  S>ck  this  post  to  the   front  page  box.     •  With  the  password-­‐protected  opAon,  you  can   choose  your  own  password.    
  16. 16. WriAng  and  managing  posts     3.  In  the  right  hand  column,   you  can  decide  when  to   publish  it  immediately  or   by  selecAng  Edit,  schedule   it  someAme  in  the  future    
  17. 17. WriAng  and  managing  posts     4.  In  the  right  hand  column,   you  can  also  select  a   category/ies  or  tag/s  to   describe  this  post.    
  18. 18. WriAng  and  managing  posts     5.  You  can  also  choose  if  you   want  to  accept  comments   on  your  post  using  the   Discussion  area   underneath  your  blog  post.   If  you  do,  make  sure  the   Allow  Comments  box  is   checked.    
  19. 19. WriAng  and  managing  posts     •  aside  -­‐  Typically  styled  without  a  Atle.  Similar  to  a   Facebook  note  update.   •  image  -­‐  A  single  image.  The  first  <img  />  tag  in  the  post   could  be  considered  the  image.  AlternaAvely,  if  the  post   consists  only  of  a  URL,  that  will  be  the  image  URL  and   the  Atle  of  the  post  (post_Atle)  will  be  the  Atle  aCribute   for  the  image.   •  video  -­‐  A  single  video.  The  first  <video  />  tag  or  object/ embed  in  the  post  content  could  be  considered  the   video.  AlternaAvely,  if  the  post  consists  only  of  a  URL,   that  will  be  the  video  URL.  May  also  contain  the  video  as   an  aCachment  to  the  post,  if  video  support  is  enabled  on   the  blog  (like  via  a  plugin).   •  quote  -­‐  A  quotaAon.  Probably  will  contain  a  blockquote   holding  the  quote  content.  AlternaAvely,  the  quote  may   be  just  the  content,  with  the  source/author  being  the   Atle.   •  link  -­‐  A  link  to  another  site.  Themes  may  wish  to  use  the   first  <a  href=””>  tag  in  the  post  content  as  the  external   link  for  that  post.  An  alternaAve  approach  could  be  if  the   post  consists  only  of  a  URL,  then  that  will  be  the  URL  and   the  Atle  (post_Atle)  will  be  the  name  aCached  to  the   anchor  for  it.    
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