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Category: WordPress

Welcome to Gutenberg – The WordPress Block Editor

By Heather Bell Before diving into the world of WordPress, I’d like to introduce myself. My name is Heather and I joined Liberty’s Web Content Team back in May. It has been great learning the ropes and getting to know everyone (virtually, since our team works from home). Now that it’s been a few months,…

3 Tips for Becoming a WordPress Pro

By Tyler McBee Our online and in-person WordPress trainings cover a lot, but not everything. What if I told you there are tips and tricks to using WordPress that could change your life? Well, maybe not change your life. But, they will make your job as a WordPress user easier. Here are three tips to…

New WordPress Tools: Enjoy Responsibly

By Brian Marker So, you went to WordPress training and found out that your web editing dreams came true… we gave you a bunch of new tools! With your department’s move to WordPress, you can now add videos, accordions, buttons, and more! I’m sure your first instinct is to use every single one of these…

When Do I Get My WordPress?

By: Brian Marker – Web Content Specialist I’m sure by now you have heard rumors floating around campus about some “new web thing” called WordPress. In this blog post, we’ll take a look at what WordPress actually is. Here, you’ll find out how you can prepare your site for the transition from Web Manager to…

Less Is More: How To Audit Your Own Site

In our last blog post, you learned about user journey. One thing that can really help your user journey and overall site is a content audit. After you audit your content, you’ll likely have fewer pages and fewer links, for easier content maintenance. Or, you may find that you are missing content and need to…

Write It So They Can Read It

By Diane Austin If someone asked you what reading grade level you should target when writing for a higher-ed website, what would you say? College, 12th grade, or maybe 10th? In a recent Web Content Blog post, Debra Torres wrote about the benefits of using Plain Language for the Web. She suggested writing on an 8th-grade…

Why Bio Pages Matter

By Debra Torres I was excited to take the novel-writing course offered by Writer’s Digest magazine and looked forward to see who would be teaching me. The school was pairing me up with a published author, and I thought it was a great way to learn from someone who had been down the same road I…

Your Website: Engine or Caboose?

  By Jason Pope It was my fault that I was shocked. I was meeting a new employee from another department. He had taken our web user training class, and I knew that web content would be a significant part of his new role. “Our website is our top priority,” I told him. “And your work…

8 Web Manager Checkpoints

  By Nathan Skaggs Creating and maintaining your web pages can be overwhelming, and sometimes the web doesn’t get the attention it deserves. This is understandable when you have a million other tasks that seem more pressing than a web page. However, visitors to your page don’t see it that way. It’s their first impression…

Simply Said: Plain Language For The Web

by Debra Torres There’s a word that my Cuban mother-in-law uses in conversation that tells me when she’s ready to listen. And although I’ve tried and failed to learn Spanish many times, I do know that when this one rolls off her tongue, it means she’s all ears. The word is “dime.” It sounds like…

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