WordPress All-in-One For Dummies
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This updated new edition comprises one of the largest collections of practical intermediate to advanced information on WordPress. Fully updated for the latest WordPress release, this in-depth book covers it all, from setting up your software to publishing your site, using SEO and social media, developing and using plug-ins, running multiple sites with WordPress, and more. Veteran author Lisa Sabin-Wilson is a top authority on WordPress, and she and her co-authors pack this book with essential and easy-to-follow tips, techniques, and advice.
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A popular blog can help you start to build your name in your niche — if you leave quality, well-thought-out comments, of course. Most blogs allow your username to link back to a website; make sure that you use this link as a way for people to find your blog. Not only can you get the attention of a popular blogger by engaging in conversation on his or her blog, you also get the attention of that blogger’s readership. If the readers and commentators like your contribution, you can get additional.
Menu to load the Menus page on the Dashboard and view the Primary Navigation menu location. Core menu function and template tags The Custom Menu feature is already built in to the default Twenty Twelve WordPress theme, so you don’t have to worry about preparing your theme for it. However, if you’re using a different theme, adding this functionality is easy: 1. Click the Editor link on the Appearance menu and then click the Theme Functions template file (functions.php). The Theme Functions.
Help and assistance, as shown in Figure 1-9. By browsing the support forum for the plugin, you can get a good feel for how responsive the plugin’s developer is to users, and you can also see what types of problems other people are having with the plugin. Figure 1-9: A support forum section for the Jetpack within the Plugin Directory. Finding Plugins Outside the Plugin Directory The exact number of plugins that exist outside the Plugin Directory is unknown. There are easily more than a.
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Reloads the page with a confirmation message that the process is complete. Finding other import resources The WordPress Codex has a long list of other available scripts, plugins, workarounds, and outright hacks for importing from other blog platforms. You can find that information at http://codex.wordpress.org/Importing_Content. Note, however, that volunteers run the WordPress Codex. When you refer to the Codex, be aware that not everything listed in it is necessarily up-to-date or accurate,.