With so many users accessing the web from a mobile device these days (think phone, tablet, or similar smaller screened device) it’s important to cater to your users by selecting the appropriate theme on your website. Here’s a recommendation.
Do you use JetPack on your WordPress site? If so, it might be well served to whitelist the IP address we use at Kenston, so you don’t get locked out of WordPress. It’s easy, and here’s how…
If you need to attach media like PDF files, images, or documents to your post, or, link to other content in WordPress, here’s how to do it.
This How To Guide will walk you through how to run a classroom discussion with your students using WordPress commenting. It will guide you through the initial settings on your site, how to create the post (which will feature the discussion), what to set in your post to enable the discussion, and how to manage discussions during and after.
In the last week, we experienced real difficulties in providing the service level we wanted to our users – you, the teachers, staff, and community of Kenston. We decided to move the WordPress websites to a much faster server, and we’re super excited about it!
WPBeginner is the largest free WordPress resource site for WordPress beginners. We offer easy to understand WordPress tutorials for mastering the basics and beyond.
Learn how to do cool things in WordPress without hiring a developer (for Free). Why pay for membership sites, when we have the same great quality tutorials for free.
It might be easier to say what this guide isn’t, rather than what it is. It isn’t an in depth look at every single function available within the WordPress dashboard. Nor is it a guide to help you develop or modify WordPress themes. The aim is to create a simple WordPress manual that will help you to get an overall understanding of how you use the various features within the WordPress Dashboard to keep your site or blog updated.
When creating or editing a WordPress page or post, you can easily embed many different types of media at any time using the WordPress Add Media tool.