Category Archives: Content Management Systems

WordPress User Manual

I’m excited to offer this WordPress User Manual to my clients, to help them edit, add, and maintain content on their pages. It is geared towards the User role of “Editor” and not Admin, so is scaled down from what … Continue reading

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Developing WordPress Plugins

Plugins are a big reason why WordPress has gotten as powerful and as popular as it has, ¬†for they extend the functionality of WordPress in many different ways, including adding shopping carts, boosting SEO ratings, adding widgets and calculators to … Continue reading

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What’s In a WordPress Theme?

When you look at a webpage, you see it as one page, with various elements (masthead, footer, content area, sidebar, etc.), and in straight html, you code it as one page, with the DOCTYPE declaration at the top, opening and … Continue reading

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Server Side Installations of Content Management Systems

When it comes down to installation, not all Content Management Systems are created equal. I will start out by saying that while I have installed WordPress on a server before (that was hosting my website), I used CPanel and I … Continue reading

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Delving Deeper into WordPress

First, what, exactly, is a blog? The term “blog” comes from “web log,” which, similar to the “Captain’s Log” made famous by Star Trek, is merely a series of articles or posts or entries chronicling something ongoing, similar to a … Continue reading

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Content Management Systems, Take 5…

The rise of content management systems, or “CMS” (as I will hereafter refer to it), has enabled many people to start webpages, particularly blogs, by themselves, without having to learn any technical knowledge or programming languages, or even design. All … Continue reading

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