Category Archives: WordPress

Creating Non-Public Pages

Did you know that you can store your library’s staff schedule online without making it visible to the public? This way your staff can check a direct website link from anywhere for a refresher of the weekly schedule. Here’s how … Continue reading

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Recommended Website Content

There’s a lot you can put on a website, but here are a few pieces of information library patrons commonly look for on a website: About Us: 1. Tell your story! 2. What makes your library unique? 3. Do you … Continue reading

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Recurring Events in Calendar

Some of you may have noticed that some of the old calendars don’t support recurring events anymore. If you don’t want to manually add events one at a time, switch your calendar over to the Events Manager. In the Dashboard … Continue reading

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WordPress Training Options

Hello all! If you’re new to WordPress or just haven’t logged in for a while, feel free to request a one-on-one WordPress training with Amanda Sweet. They can be done over the phone so you don’t have to worry about … Continue reading

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Updated PDF Embedder

Hello all, My name is Amanda and I started as the new Technology Innovation Librarian back in January. I learned a lot of cool things since I started and am now working on updating WordPress more. On that note, I … Continue reading

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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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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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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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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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Using Screen Options

If you’re like me and prefer a distraction-free environment when you’re writing, you might want to get to know the Screen Options feature in WordPress.  The menu resides at the top right corner of your Dashboard and allows you to … Continue reading

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