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The posts on your Home Page are managed through the use of Widgets. These widgets work in conjunction with the Lifestyle Child Theme to allow you to more easily include posts on your Home Page. To review the widgets, or make change to the number of posts displayed, the size of the images displayed, [...]continue reading
The Slideshow on your site is managed through the use of a plugin called the Dynamic Content Gallery. This plugin will allow you to link to the posts, and pages of your website. It does this by finding, and then pulling the first image of that post, or page, into the Slideshow on your Home [...]continue reading
Each post in WordPress is filed under one or more Categories. This aids in navigation and allows posts and to be grouped with others of similar content. Each Category may be assigned to a Category “Parent” so that you may set up a hierarchy within the Category structure. In creating Categories, recognize that each Category [...]continue reading
The Navigation Bar of your website will help you to organize the Page content of your site. This will help your web pages to be more easily accessible to your visitors. When creating new Pages it is important to give your new Page a short, descriptive name. This will ensure that your Navigation Bar does [...]continue reading
The header is the top rectangular shaped area that runs across the top of the web page on your screen. The primary purpose of your header is to promote your company’s brand and make it instantly recognizable to your audience. Your audience should instantly know they have arrived at the correct place, even if [...]continue reading
To download a full tutorial on how to include AdSense ads on your website, click the following: AdSense Getting Started Guidecontinue reading
General The “General” menu is the default menu in the Settings section and controls some of the most basic configuration settings for your site, including your site’s title and location, who may register an account at your blog, and how dates and times are calculated and displayed. Writing From the “Writing” menu, you can [...]continue reading
If you want another person to be able to post to your blog, that person must have access to a user account. Typically, every person who posts to the blog will have her or his own user account. Clicking on “Users” will allow you to manage the users you already have, while clicking on [...]continue reading
The Plugins menu allows you to view the plugins you’ve downloaded and choose which plugins you want activated on your site. You can view your installed plugins by expanding the plugins menu in the column on the left-hand side of your dashboard and then clicking on “plugins.” This will show you a list of all [...]continue reading
The Background feature allows you to manage the look and feel of background for your theme. This option will only be present if the Theme author has configured the theme to allow this capability.continue reading