I love the idea of adding other blogs into our own site. I added the plugin and played around with adding a few edtech sites. I went to fast (and didn’t follow along with the video — I ended up getting all these extra categories. I think they must have been created between the time… Read more »
Activity Responses and Tutorials Contributed by @lkoster
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I got so involved in my back to school activities, I missed Week 7!! Better late then never. I installed and played around with a few themes. I am not sure what I will finally settle on. Domain camp has given me some ideas on how I might structure my online presence but I am… Read more »
There seems to be a plug in for everything! I tried Askinet an JetPack and unfortunately, both seemed to have only a paid version. So I decided to have some fun and try the Instagram Feed by 10web. It was easy to upload and install. Once I figured out it created a page for me,… Read more »
I have previously played around with menus before so this started out as a review. It’s probably one of the most tricky things to learn in WordPress, especially if you are trying to use as a static website rather than a blog. I had to learn the difference between posts and pages. Adding a custom… Read more »
Here’s the link to my very brief blog post on Permalinks!
Since I had used WordPress in the past, I was very familiar with the use of categories. I used the categories to create the menu of topics – so each page showed the posts relating to that category (instead of typing in https://proflisak.wordpress.com/category/interesting-reading/, visitors could click on the link in the menu and get the same… Read more »
This is was a very useful activity. I never even thought to look at the time zone. There are definitely lots of settings to explore!
Well this is awesome. Creating my own cloud based file server on my own domain! I am a regular dropbox user so I definitely see the benefits of creating my own space on my own server. At first I wasn’t sure how I would use this for school – we have an LMS, and we… Read more »
I think the coolest part of having your own URL shortener is that you are always using your own domain as part of the URL. Even though you might be going to an outside site, the link you give ties to your URL. Adding a bookmarklet to the bookmarks bar makes it easy an quick… Read more »
The “Let’s Encrypt™ SSL” page was pretty easy to use. Even editing the .htaccess file was easy. However, in my directory, I already had that file. I am guessing it was because it’s a WordPress site? I renamed the original and created a new file based on the directions. It worked perfectly. I created a… Read more »