Pages Languages: English • Español • Français • Italiano • 日本語 • 한국어 • ລາວ • myanmar • Nederlands • Português do Brasil • Русский • Slovenčina • ไทย • 中文(繁體) • (Add your language) In WordPress, you can put content on your site as either a "post" or a "page". When you're writing a regular blog entry, you write a post. In contrast, pages are for non-hierarchical content: pages like "About" or "Contact" would be common examples. In addition to the common "About" and "Contact" pages, other examples include "Copyright", "Disclosure", "Legal Information", "Reprint Permissions", "Company Information" or "Accessibility Statement". In general, pages are very similar to posts in that they both have titles and content. What Pages Are Pages are for content that isn't specifically time-dependent, or which isn't "blog content". What Pages Are Not Pages are not posts, so they don't appear in the time-structured views within a blog section of a website. Creating Pages Pages > Add New Organizing Your Pages
Theme Development Languages: বাংলা • English • Español • 日本語 • 한국어 • Português do Brasil • Русский • 中文(繁體) • (Add your language) This article is about developing WordPress Themes. If you wish to learn more about how to install and use Themes, review Using Themes. This topic differs from Using Themes because it discusses the technical aspects of writing code to build your own Themes rather than how to activate Themes or where to obtain new Themes. Why WordPress Themes WordPress Themes are files that work together to create the design and functionality of a WordPress site. You may wish to develop WordPress Themes for your own use, for a client project or to submit to the WordPress Theme Directory. To create a unique look for your WordPress site. A WordPress Theme has many benefits, too. It separates the presentation styles and template files from the system files so the site will upgrade without drastic changes to the visual presentation of the site. Why should you build your own WordPress Theme? style.css
Create a Compelling Resume Online With WordPress | Jon DiPietro is Domesticating IT Do you stand out? Here’s a news flash – the economy is a little rough these days. With the unemployment rate creeping up, it’s a time when you need to be clear about what you can bring to a prospective employer or client and, above all, to stand out from the competition. Fortunately, it’s cheaper and easier than ever to make yourself “present with authority.” One of my new year’s resolutions was to get my online identity sorted out, which means making the most of the available tools and delivering a consistent message. What Are the Benefits? If you think about your career as a product that you’re selling, wouldn’t it make perfect sense to have a web site? More and more, clients and employers are performing online searches to learn more about the people with which they are considering to engage. Laying the Groundwork The first decision is your domain name. Turn the Page Now it’s time to set up the pages. HomeAbout MeWork HistorySkillsVolunteerismExperienceCompaniesSocial NetworksContact Me
Mind Blowing WordPress Plugins In Dallas, August 29, 2010, at OpenCamp I presented “Mind Blowing WordPress Plugins.” Here are the WordPress Plugins and more features during my presentation. Let me first define what my qualifications for a “mind blowing WordPress Plugin” were, as I had to sift through thousands of Plugins and then filter down to include the following in my 50 minute presentation. To me, a mind blowing WordPress Plugin is one that breaks the rules. It is unique and original in its implementation, and pushes WordPress. It might not be a Plugin that everyone must have on their site. I’d love to know if you’ve found a WordPress Plugin that really and truly blows your mind, pushing the capability of WordPress beyond “just a blog” or simple website. WordPress Plugins As of the day I gave my presentation, there were 11,040 WordPress Plugins in the WordPress Plugin Directory. In fact, our blogs are built on WordPress Plugins. The cumulative list included: Development of WordPress is a crowd sourced project.
45 brilliant WordPress tutorials for designers | WordPress (Image: © Alexandra Bruel) WordPress is one of the world's most popular publishing platforms. It's highly customisable, very easy to use and it's completely free, making it an obvious choice for anything from a simple blog to an online design portfolio. Because of its enormous popularity, there's a wealth of WordPress portfolio themes available, plus plenty of WordPress tutorials online to help you get to grips with the CMS. To save you time, we've picked 25 brilliant WordPress tutorials from around the web. 01. Perhaps the most frightening part of getting started with WordPress is the business of actually installing it. 02. This complete guide to creating your first WordPress site is a great place to start if you're a total beginner, or someone with a bit of experience looking to fill holes in their knowledge. 03. Cheat sheets are ideal when you're starting out, and can still prove useful to refer back to when you're more experienced. 04. 05. Next page: Intermediate WordPress tutorials
C'est quoi Foursquare : tentative de présentation en 51 slides Getting set up with the WP e-Commerce plugin: settings and configuration Hi Adam, please can you advise if you were using the Gold Cart in your video presentation? We are currently building a shop in our new website and so far have only downloaded the free e-commerce plugin. I know nothing about php etc so I have struggled a little and finding your video was a great help, as I seem to have done most things corrently, albiet by trail and error. Two major items I need help with – I have set up a couple more Form Sets for the checkout as we need to get additional information from our members. There does not appear to be any way to select a unique name apart from what is displayed on the drop down list. I would like to be able to see these additional check out fields on the purchaser email, but currently they are not and I could not find how to get the tags you mention in the email settings on the Admin page. The new website we are currently working in, which is not yet live is
Encre de Lune - Series: WordPress pour les nuls « Avant de démarrer Un guide tout simple pour comprendre WordPress même quand on n'a jamais fait un site Web. Tout d'abord, la préparation, tout ce qu'il faut avoir avant l'installation du CMS WordPress. L'installation Un tuto simple et pas à pas pour installer WordPress sans se prendre la tête. Problèmes à l'installation Comment résoudre les erreurs à l'installation de WordPress les plus fréquentes : mauvais répertoire, pas de connexion à la base de données, message d'erreur "Cannot modify header" Les premiers pas Une fois le blog WordPress installé, il y a quelques réglages de base à faire avant de démarrer, soit pour la sécurité, soit pour la structure des urls (permaliens) Passer de Dreamweaver à WordPress Passer de la réalisation d'un site statique via l'éditeur wysiwig de Dreamweaver à un site sous WordPress implique de totalement changer ses habitudes, et de comprendre la logique de son nouvel outil.
Grey: A New Free HTML5/CSS3 WordPress Theme Nik and I have been busy working on our first WordPress theme exclusively for webexpedition18 readers. Grey theme was built to have an elegant, out of the box, design with a strong core layout structure. Grey is generic enough to be used for almost any kind of blog. Whether you’re looking to setup your own design blog, a blog about photography, fashion or whatever your passion, the Grey theme should suit your needs. HTML5 / CSS3 ThemeCSS3 features: border-radius, multiple backgrounds, text-shadow, box-shadowCompatible with 3.0+ WordPress versionsGrey Options PanelBuilt-in Twitter and Flickr streamSupports threaded commentsWidgets readyAuthor BoxEnhanced with jQuerySEO orientedTested in Firefox, Safari, Chrome, Opera, IE8+Free Now let’s take a closer look at this awesome WordPress theme. Layout is created using new HTML5 tags. headernavsectionarticlefooteretc. Menu is customizable with menu editor tool in WordPress. Layout supports author box so you can add your signature to every post.
» 10 usages alternatifs de WordPress RU3 :: Tentatives d'intelligence collective :: Luc Legay WordPress est certainement la plus populaire des plates-formes de blog. Facile à utiliser, gratuit, personnalisable et sans cesse enrichi par des milliers de plugins, WordPress est devenu la référence en matière de système de publication. Mais pour la plupart d’entre-nous, WordPress reste encore un simple moteur de blog open source. Pourtant au fil des développements, magnifiquement gérés par Automattic, WordPress est devenu bien plus qu’un simple blog. En associant des plug-in spécifiques et des thèmes adaptés WordPress peut couvrir en effet des usages totalement différents. Cet article est une adaptation libre d’un article orginal « 10 alternatives uses for WordPress » écrit par Tom Walker. 1. Le plugin GetShopped intègre les solutions PayPal, Google Checkout et d’autres types caddies populaires. Le design est personnalisable selon les produits que vous vendez. 2. 3. 4. RoloPress est un gestionnaire de contact vraiment simple. 5 Portail d’offres d’emploi 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.