When I started making webpages, we wrote the code in Notepad. Later there were programs like Homesite, Frontpage, Dreamweaver for designing and managing websites. [continue reading…]
Wordpress has almost become the default platform for creating websites a well as blogs. I’ve used it for many years on my own sites, with clients, fellow writers, and non-profit organisations. Here are some tips. You’ll find more in my courses.
This is a quick reference to terms you’ll hear. It is intended for novice users and website owners. [continue reading…]
The internet offers many opportunities for non-profit organisations… and many pitfalls. These are some of the common problems I have seen over the years. [continue reading…]
Themes usually come with one or more menu locations and you can also add menus in the right/left hand column as a widget. Many themes have a Top Menu (probably goes across the top of the page either above or below the top banner) and a Social Links Menu (probably goes bottom right and meant for links to twitter etc)
Your top menu usually leads to the main pages of your website.
The side menu more often lists categories, latest posts, etc.