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Scribd Download links are great, but embedding and publishing an actual document into a post or page may be much more valuable to you and your readers. To use this functionality on WordPress.com, you can upload your documents to Scribd, a publishing service that allows you to quickly and easily share writings on the web, and embed them directly into your WordPress.com blog. Using Scribd To get started, first create a Scribd account (it’s free) at Once you have created and activated your account, login and click on the Upload button in your navigation. Paste that shortcode into the editor for any post or page. And here is your result: You can embed any Scribd document in the same way — simply click Share on social networks→Embed→WordPress and copy the WordPress-specific code. Note: If you are experience any problems when uploading or managing your documents on Scribd, please contact Scribd Support. ↑ Table of Contents ↑ Supported file types Help us improve:

Introduction et Installation - Le Guide WordPress Le Guide WordPress: tutoriel, astuces, plugins et hébergement Security Your sites are well-protected on WordPress.com. We monitor potentially harmful activity to ensure there is no unauthorized access to your content. To help keep your sites secure there are a few things you can do to protect your data. Keeping your secrets secret The weakest link in the security of anything you do online is your password. All it takes is one person to guess your password and they can delete every post you ever made. ↑ Table of Contents ↑ Choosing and using good passwords Every password you use has to be easy to remember and hard to guess. On WordPress.com, you can use very long password with any combination of letters, numbers, and special characters, so the security of your password – and by extension, of your blog – is really up to you. To choose a memorable password that will be hard to guess, come up with a word or two that are not in any dictionary, yet are easy to pronounce. You can also use passphrases – whole sentences, such as quotes or favorite song lyrics.

Media Library The Media menu can be used to manage your existing media files, such as images, audio, videos, and documents. You can also upload new files to your Media Library using Media → Add New. The default screen for the Media menu is the Media Library. As with other dashboard pages, you can use the Screen Options in the upper right to configure which columns are shown in the table. Upload Space Under the title Media Library, you can see how much upload space you have used and how much is remaining. ↑ Table of Contents ↑ Editing an Image Place the cursor over a file name to see the Edit, Delete Permanently, and View action links appear. If you click on the Edit link, the Edit Media page will load, allowing you to change the default Title, Alternate Text, Caption, and Attachment Page Content. If you click on the Edit Image button on this page, you will be able to perform some basic image editing functions on the image. Help us improve: We're always looking to improve our documentation.

Comment créer un thème wordpress ? Profitant de la mise à jour du papier peint de ce blog (attention, peinture fraiche), j’ai décidé de vous proposer un petit tutoriel destiné à vous expliquer comment créer un thème WordPress à partir d’un template HTML. Étant donné que l’on trouve un peu tout et n’importe quoi sur le sujet, ce petit article ne fera pas de mal. Pas que les informations proposées soient erronées, mais elle donnent souvent l’impression que la création / découpage d’un design pour WP est une tâche compliquée, alors qu’en fait, quelques notions de PHP suffisent… Pour commencer, il faut savoir que WordPress est un moteur de blog/site fonctionnant comme tout site PHP qui se respecte, a savoir d’une imbrication subtile de classes et fonctions PHP qui, couplées à une base de données forment les fondations de votre site. Pour créer un thème, il va donc falloir découper votre design (au format HTML) selon un modèle spécifique prédéfini, et y inclure les éléments de base nécessaires au bon fonctionnement de WP.

Register a Blog Whether you’re starting your first blog, or looking to add another blog to your existing account, registering a blog is easy! Signing Up for Your First WordPress.com Blog To sign up for your first WordPress.com blog, simply fill out the sign up form over here. ↑ Table of Contents ↑ Adding New Blog to an Existing Account Log in here (if you are not already logged into your account).Point your browser to to register your new blog. Or… Log into using the fields at the top of the page. Additional Info Deleted Blog Names/URLs A WordPress.com blog owner can choose, at any time, to permanently delete his/her blog. Blogs that have been deleted by the owner will remain deleted. Reserved Blog Names/URLs When a WordPress.com user signs up for an account we reserve the URL of their username. Help us improve: We're always looking to improve our documentation.

LaTeX WordPress.com supports , a typesetting system that’s really good at formatting mathematical formulas and equations. Using LaTeX To include code in your post, use the following: $latex your-latex-code-here$ So, for example, $latex i\hbar\frac{\partial}{\partial t}\left|\Psi(t)\right>=H\left|\Psi(t)\right>$ produces ↑ Table of Contents ↑ LaTeX Error If your code is broken, instead of the equation you’ll see an ugly yellow and red error message. syntax, but there are plenty of useful guides elsewhere online. code inside a math environment. that doesn’t work inside the math environment (such as \begin{align} ... LaTeX Size You can change the size of the LaTeX by specifying an s parameter after the code. $latex \LaTeX&s=X$ Where X goes from -4 to 4 (0 is the default). ‘s font size commands: LaTeX Colors WordPress tries to guess the background and foreground colors of your site and generates the image accordingly. code to change the background and foreground colors, respectively. LaTeX Packages More Information

Making the Perfect WordPress Theme - Tuts+ Code Tutorials Making a theme for WordPress is easier than ever these days (in theory, an index.php file and a style.css file is all you need!). But if you plan to be the creator of a good theme, a perfect WordPress theme, you need to train hard. In this series, we're going to go through the many aspects of creating a theme such that it will arguably the best theme you've ever created. Making a theme for WordPress is easier than ever these days (in theory, an index.php file and a style.css file is all you need!). But if you plan to be the creator of a good theme, a perfect WordPress theme, you need to train hard.

PayPal To add a PayPal button to your sidebar or post, you can follow the steps below. Note that if you want to add it to your sidebar, you need to copy the code into a Text Widget . First follow these steps: Go to and log in to your PayPal account. Next, you need to add a link for your image. And that’s it! Video Add a PayPal button to your WordPress.com blog <p>JavaScript required to play <a hreflang="en" type="video/mp4" href=" a PayPal button to your WordPress.com blog</a>. Help us improve: We're always looking to improve our documentation. Images Images are a great way to enhance your WordPress.com blog, and adding and managing them is easy. You can upload the following image types to a post or page on your WordPress.com blog: .jpg/.jpeg.gif.png Upload Images from Your Computer Go to Posts -> Add New or Pages -> Add New, or open an existing post in editing mode.Place your cursor where you would like the image to appear, then click on the Add Media icon above your post/page editor: Simply drag and drop your files into the box that appears, or click Select Files to choose a photo from your computer to upload. 1. Note: The title added in this field does not display as a tooltip (when a mouse is hovered over the image). 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. None will remove the link completely.Media File will link the image to its original, full-size version.Attachment Page will link the image to its attachment page.Custom URL will link the image to a custom URL. 7. Click Insert into Post when you’re done adjusting the image’s settings. ↑ Table of Contents ↑

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