Week 2: WordPress Content and Helpful Tips

This Week; We learned what is the Idea of Blogs and what to do

  • Setting Up WordPress
  • Using an Installer
  • Setting Up a Database
  • Getting Familiar with WordPress
  • Installing WordPress
  • How WordPressWorks
  • Finding Your Way Around the Dashboard
  • Exporting and Importing Your Site Content
  • Backing Up Your Site Data and Files
  • Upgrading WordPress
  • Settings
  • General Settings
  • Writing Settings
  • Reading Settings
  • Discussion Settings
  • Media Settings
  • Privacy
  • Permalinks

The Anatomy of a Blog
A blog is a personal diary. A daily pulpit. A collaborative space. A political soapbox. A breaking-news outlet. A collection of links. Your own private thoughts. A blog is a personal diary. A daily pulpit. A collaborative space. A political soapbox. A breaking-news outlet. A collection of links. Your own private thoughts.

Six Rules to Blogging
1. Provide Value
2. Don’t Flood Readers with Posts
3. Take Part in the Conversation
4. Make Your Blog unique
5. Make it Easy for Readers to Connect
6. Make Content Easy to Read
7.Follow Copyright Rules
8.Twitter Blog
9. Blog and Equittite

Main Discussions FTP WordPress Installation Help

Bijan Tehrani (bijanteh1) (Jan 27, 2014 3:19 PM)

I got mixed up with the directions and now my password may be changed but i don’t know what it is! Please Help!

Brian Drotar (bedrotar) (Jan 27, 2014 8:57 PM)

Bijan,

You were given your initial password via email late in the first week ( USERNAME: studentXXX FTP PASSWORD: HTMLXXXXXXX). You need to go to the SSC server website to change your password via internet browser ( ftp://student###.webdev.seminolestate.edu.) On your first attempt it will tell you it was not changed, however it lies. It does change it the first time you type your new password. Use your new password in FileZilla and you’re good to hang the folders & files.

 

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