WordPress & Higher Ed

Sunday, October 19th, 2014

Presenters Curtiss Grymala – University of Mary Washington Location: Skyline III You’ve probably read the critiques about WordPress: “It’s a blogging tool,” “It’s not secure,” “It’s only for people who don’t know how to code,” and “It’s free, so it must be full of bugs.” The reality is WordPress has grown into a mature, full-featured […]

#WRK6: The WordPress University

Sunday, October 7th, 2012

Stephanie Leary @sleary 103 A & B, Frontier Airlines Center Is WordPress the right CMS for your department, or even your whole institution? How do you sell your colleagues on WordPress? What kinds of sites can you build with WordPress? We will discuss how WordPress’s theme system is uniquely suited for campus-wide branding initiatives, and […]

Wordpress Image Upload Basics WordPress Image Upload Basics

Wednesday, January 19th, 2011

As someone who manages a bunch of wordpress installations, I can easily tell you the most frequently asked questions have to do with images: “how do I upload images” or “why is my image the wrong size/proportions”. There are detailed support pages available. But, it seemed like a good idea to put the basics here: […]

Hold Up! WordPress Can Do That?!? GTFO!

Monday, October 11th, 2010

Mike Richwalsky Director of Marketing Services, John Carroll University Let’s play ” find the WP site” – oh, wait they all are! Full university web sites? Allegheny – 151 sites and 104 users (soon to grow) John Carroll – Just launched. 27 sites, 35 users. Must have plugins (for a CMS) Amazon S3 – all […]