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[Students, Faculty & Staff] The linked video demonstrates adding new pages and subpages to a WordPress site.
[Students, Faculty and Staff] The linked video explains the features of the WordPress Dashboard.
[Students, Faculty and Staff] This video will show you how to utilize widgets in WordPress.
[Faculty, Staff and Students] Widgets are independent content elements that can be placed in left/right sidebars or other areas allowed by your selected theme. Many widgets are available, but the default student theme includes two: Subscribe by Email and Search. To browse other widgets from your Dashboard, hover over Plugins, then select Widgets on the flyout menu.
[Faculty and Staff] The linked video shows how to change and customize your WordPress theme.
[Students, Faculty & Staff] Follow these instructions to make your WordPress site publicly accessible on the internet.
[Students, Faculty & Staff] The linked video shows how to make your WordPress site visible to others. It is hidden to all but the creator by default.
[Students, Faculty and Staff] WordPress is the browser-based web publishing solution best suited for personal and organizational sites at TU, including those for students, faculty, staff, student organizations, departments and other organizations. [How do get a site for my student organization?]
[Students, Faculty and Staff] You can use the visual editor to enter content into your Page or Post. There are two tabs at the top of the editor: Visual and Text. Selecting Text will enable you to view and edit the HTML code that makes up your content. For those with HTML experience, this can be a helpful tool for tweaking the format of your content. If you are unfamiliar with HTML, we recommend you not use it until you gain more experience.
[Students, Faculty and Staff] Within the university's WordPress environment, TU students can create and manage individual/personal websites. As a self-contained web publishing platform, WordPress is a comparatively easy way to showcase your interests, education, ideas and accomplishments on the web. The articles linked below are intended to orient students to WordPress basics, but they apply to faculty and staff use as well.
[Students, Faculty & Staff] The linked video briefly overviews the TU WordPress service's features.
[Students, Faculty and Staff] After making changes to a page, you must save and publish the page to make it visible to the world.
[Students, Faculty and Staff] WordPress media includes images, audio, video and documents. Once you have uploaded your images and files to your Media Library, inserting them into your page or post is easy.
[Students, Faculty and Staff] Follow these steps to visit your site and preview how it will look for your visitors.
[Students, Faculty and Staff] Create your TU WordPress account and learn how to log in and log out.