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• Posts are what make your blog a blog
— they’re servings of content that are
listed in reverse chronological order
on you...
• Pages are static. That means that the
information displayed on a page
doesn’t change, or doesn’t change
often. A great e...
• The Media menu can be used to
manage your existing media files,
such as images, audio, videos, and
documents.
• You can ...
• A theme controls the general look
and feel of your site including things
like page layout, widget locations,
and default...
• Click on “Appearance” in the left
hand menu
• WordPress's plugin architecture
allows users to extend the features
and functionality of a website or
blog.
• WordPress ...
• Click the check box next to both
plugins
• From the drop down menu select
“Install”
• Click “Apply”
• Your custom theme is now installed.
Joe.Raio@Microsoft.com
http://joeraio.com
http://azure.Microsoft.com
http://www.dreamspark.com
http://www.bizspark.com
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Create a WordPress on Azure using DreamSpark
Create a WordPress on Azure using DreamSpark
Create a WordPress on Azure using DreamSpark
Create a WordPress on Azure using DreamSpark
Create a WordPress on Azure using DreamSpark
Create a WordPress on Azure using DreamSpark
Create a WordPress on Azure using DreamSpark
Create a WordPress on Azure using DreamSpark
Create a WordPress on Azure using DreamSpark
Create a WordPress on Azure using DreamSpark
Create a WordPress on Azure using DreamSpark
Create a WordPress on Azure using DreamSpark
Create a WordPress on Azure using DreamSpark
Create a WordPress on Azure using DreamSpark
Create a WordPress on Azure using DreamSpark
Create a WordPress on Azure using DreamSpark
Create a WordPress on Azure using DreamSpark
Create a WordPress on Azure using DreamSpark
Create a WordPress on Azure using DreamSpark
Create a WordPress on Azure using DreamSpark
Create a WordPress on Azure using DreamSpark
Create a WordPress on Azure using DreamSpark
Create a WordPress on Azure using DreamSpark
Create a WordPress on Azure using DreamSpark
Create a WordPress on Azure using DreamSpark
Create a WordPress on Azure using DreamSpark
Create a WordPress on Azure using DreamSpark
Create a WordPress on Azure using DreamSpark
Create a WordPress on Azure using DreamSpark
Create a WordPress on Azure using DreamSpark
Create a WordPress on Azure using DreamSpark
Create a WordPress on Azure using DreamSpark
Create a WordPress on Azure using DreamSpark
Create a WordPress on Azure using DreamSpark
Create a WordPress on Azure using DreamSpark
Create a WordPress on Azure using DreamSpark
Create a WordPress on Azure using DreamSpark
Create a WordPress on Azure using DreamSpark
Create a WordPress on Azure using DreamSpark
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If you are a student, learn how to activate your DreamSpark account and take advantage of Microsoft Azure to launch your WordPress website.

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Create a WordPress on Azure using DreamSpark

  1. 1. joe.raio@microsoft.com
  2. 2. • Posts are what make your blog a blog — they’re servings of content that are listed in reverse chronological order on your blog’s front page. • There are several ways to publish new posts. The easiest way is with the New Post button on the right side of the toolbar. https://en.support.wordpress.com/posts/
  3. 3. • Pages are static. That means that the information displayed on a page doesn’t change, or doesn’t change often. A great example of a page would be the About or Contact Us section of a website. • There are several ways to publish new posts. The easiest way is with the New Page button on the right side of the toolbar. https://en.support.wordpress.com/pages/
  4. 4. • The Media menu can be used to manage your existing media files, such as images, audio, videos, and documents. • You can also upload files to your Media Library using Media → Add https://en.support.wordpress.com/media/
  5. 5. • A theme controls the general look and feel of your site including things like page layout, widget locations, and default font and color choices
  6. 6. • Click on “Appearance” in the left hand menu
  7. 7. • WordPress's plugin architecture allows users to extend the features and functionality of a website or blog. • WordPress has over 39,078 plugins available! • Not all available plugins are always compatiable with the upgrades and as a result they may not function properly or may not function at all. https://en.support.wordpress.com/plugins/
  8. 8. • Click the check box next to both plugins • From the drop down menu select “Install” • Click “Apply”
  9. 9. • Your custom theme is now installed.
  10. 10. Joe.Raio@Microsoft.com http://joeraio.com http://azure.Microsoft.com http://www.dreamspark.com http://www.bizspark.com http://www.wordpress.org

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