Author Archives: Craig Lefteroff

RSS feeds for your site

Hi, everyone, I’ve had a question about RSS feed options, so I thought that I’d pass along that information via this blog post.  Some of our themes automatically include “RSS feed” icons that let your visitors quickly view all of … Continue reading

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One more way to save space

If you’ve noticed your site running more slowly or seen your storage space creeping closer to 100%, there is another easy remedy.  On your dashboard, go to the Media section, then click Library.  By default, you should see all the … Continue reading

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WordPress updated

Our network has been updated to WordPress 4.4.2.  Please let me know if you experience any strange or unexpected behavior on your site.

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Managing Your Storage Space

Some of you might have noticed something that looks like this when you view your Dashboard: You’re (hopefully) not at 100% space used, but you might be getting closer to it if your site has lots of large images or … Continue reading

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Jetpack disconnection

A few of our libraries have reported that their Jetpack plugin has been disconnected.  If you’re seeing the notification below when you log in to your site, you’ll need to click the Connect Jetpack button in order to reestablish that … Continue reading

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Embedding Maps

It might occasionally be helpful to include a map in your posts—say, if you’re having an event outside the library or writing about local history.  Here are three different ways that you can incorporate maps into what you’re doing. Google … Continue reading

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Using Widgets, Part II

In the last post, I talked about using text widgets to add links to services like Tumblr & Overdrive to your website.  This time, we’ll see how to use some of the widgets built into Jetpack to add Facebook, Twitter, … Continue reading

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Using Widgets

Widgets are an easy way to alter your website and can link to other places where you might be posting your content, like Facebook or Twitter.  Most of the time, there are a few steps involved in using widgets, but … Continue reading

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WordPress 4.3.1

Our WordPress installation has been upgraded to 4.3.1. You shouldn’t see any differences in using your sites, but please let me know if you run into any weird behavior or find that something isn’t functioning the way that it should. … Continue reading

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Galleries

One of the easiest ways to spruce up your page and make your images more distinct is WordPress’s Gallery feature. It allows you to embed thumbnails with captions directly into your posts or create a moving slideshow of images, all … Continue reading

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