WordPress Basics: Images

A Quick Word about Copyrights Unless the picture is one that you took with your own camera make sure that you have the right to use images on your website. This should be very clearly spelled out from where you are getting the image from. There are websites that let you download and use their [...]

2018-02-22T11:28:17-06:00February 20th, 2018|Images, Wordpress, Wordpress Basics|0 Comments

Free vs. Paid WordPress.com Plans

Wordpress.com is awesome. It lets you create quick and easy sites with out having to figure out a third party hosting solution. For beginners this is a great choice. If you want something more advanced then check out these self hosting plans. For those of us using Wordpress.com to host our site here are a [...]

2018-02-12T10:29:00-06:00February 7th, 2018|Setup, Wordpress|0 Comments

Choosing a Self Hosting Plan

So you have decided to host your own Wordpress site. That's great! There are many advantages to hosting your own site rather than hosting it on Wordpress.com. Now you are ready to take the next step and pick a hosting provider, where to start? There are lots and lots of plans out there for [...]

2018-02-09T16:12:17-06:00January 30th, 2018|Hosting, Setup, Wordpress|0 Comments

WordPress for Teacher Portfolios

Gone are the days of presenting your lesson plan examples, coursework, and teaching philosophy in a binder. Let me show you how to setup a Wordpress site to keep all this information online, where you can share it anytime with just a link to your site. Here I am going to show you how to [...]

2018-03-06T16:30:17-06:00January 19th, 2018|Portfolio, Resume, Setup, Wordpress|0 Comments

WordPress Basics: WYSIWYG Editor

The main editor on your Wordpress.com website is very similar to the editor on a self hosted website. The only difference is color (for the most part). I am going to show you all you need to know about the WYSIWYG (pronounced “wizzy wig”) editor tool bar. A first glance The toolbar will be collapsed at first [...]

2018-02-13T12:17:36-06:00January 5th, 2018|Wordpress, Wordpress Basics|0 Comments
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