Now that we have discussed site organization in general and acknowledged that it is very important in our success, how are we organizing our site? In our case, for the main pages of our site (Home doesn’t count as a main page) we have Services, Case studies, Testimonials, About, and an Articles page which is
In this session we show to split a static page into multiple pages using the "next page” tag. Member: I just have a, I hope what is a quick question for you tonight. I’ve got a couple of fairly long articles that is starting to really extend the page length and I know there’s a
The next thing we're going to do is install a couple of plugins to help us with this organization. So we're going to come over here to the dashboard go to plugins and add new. When you're maintaining a site with lots of pages and lots of posts, really, it can be very useful for
Now we're going to come over to pages and organize them. We've got a shorter page list to work with now. Notice there’s 1st Trimester, 2nd Trimester and 3rd Trimester and then we come down here to Pregnancy. Really, 1st Trimester ought to be under Pregnancy and these ought to be on the 1st Trimester.
If you have a page that you want to display all of your posts of a given category, that page is called a Category Archive page and we're going to be spending essentially all of our time looking at styling and organizing Category Archive pages but that's what that Category page is, it's called a
WordPress has some inherent organization. There’s organization that is automatically built in to WordPress that is going to be there no matter what you do. And you see that in the first place with pages. Pages are automatically hierarchical and no typical WordPress taxonomies apply. That means pages are not organized by date. Pages aren’t
Well good morning everybody and welcome to Lesson 12 of our series How To Build A Professional Website Using WordPress and Thesis 2. Up until this point, we have been talking about our WordPress website as a static site. We’ve only talked about pages. We’ve been creating pages and we’ve been styling Agility. And for
WordPress gives you a couple of sets of tools to help you organize your site. You don’t just have to organize this on your own. There are some mechanisms inside of WordPress that you can employ to get this organization set up. And really, principally, there are two sets of tools. It’s important that you