To view video in full screen mode, click the icon on the bottom right of the video. See image below:
On the left pane, under Appearance choose Menus Once on the menus page, click on the + sign (next to the main navigation) top right to create a new menu. Note: the main navigation menu has already been created. The main navigation menu is that one that appears horizontally above the page. Give the menu a name in box available; for example “County Programs” This name is to just identify the new menu and will not appear on your website. Click the blue Create Menu button In Theme… Read More →
To edit people on the county contact page, you will need to contact your district office manager. District 1 Lori Martin firstname.lastname@example.org 806-677-5600 District 2 Michelle Coffman email@example.com 806-746-6101 District 3 Janet Case firstname.lastname@example.org 940-552-9941 X227 District 4 Regina Linder email@example.com 972-952-9255 District 5 Judy Cole firstname.lastname@example.org 903-834-6191 District 6 Staci Schoenfeldt Staci.Schoenfeldt@ag.tamu.edu 432-336-8585 District 7 Kerri Michalewicz email@example.com 325-653-4576 X241 District 8 Choyia Holley firstname.lastname@example.org 254-968-4144 District 9 Sandra Schultz email@example.com 979-845-6800 District 10 Rosy Melchor firstname.lastname@example.org 830-278-9151 District 11 Barbara Moretich email@example.com 361-265-9203 District 12 Lou… Read More →
All media files such as images, audio files and documents, that you’ve ever uploaded to posts or pages are stored in your media library. This is where you can manage all existing media files (Media > Library) or upload new files (Media > Add New) directly to your site without having to start a new post. (note: uploading files directly to the library will cause the file to be Unattached [to a page]) By default, your media library displays all file types. You can choose to view All,… Read More →
On the Links page, https://agrilife.org/learnwordpress/intermediate/links/, we explained how to create Links. Now, you may want to create Categories for the Links by using (on the left pane) Links>>Link Categories. Categories is useful for navigation, and allows you to group your links in a meaningful way (source: http://codex.wordpress.org/Links_Link_Categories_Screen ) You can add categories in 1 of 2 ways: Option 1 1. When you’re adding a new link, scroll down to the Categories Module and click on Add A New Category. 2. Add the the category name then click Add 3. Now instead… Read More →
Due to the WordPress upgrade the main menu has changed. The bar will look like this: And the right: To reset it to look like the old view. Login Under Users Choose Your Profile In your profile, under “Show Admin Bar” – Uncheck both boxes (when viewing site and in dashboard) Save
Creating a new Post On the left pane, go to Post>>Add New Add a Title for your Post Add Content into the edit box (body) Comments If you’d like to open your post up to comments: Under Discussion * Check Allow Comments Check Allow trackbacks and pingbacks on this page *Don’t see a Discussion area? Click the Screen Options tab under the black bar, far right, under the Howdy, yourname area Be sure the Discussion check box is checked See image below Under Page Attributes Choose (no parent)… Read More →
When importing content from MicroSoft Word, it is highly recommended to use either the Paste as Plain Text or Paste from Word feature (see image below depicting where these icons are located). Word is notorious about adding proprietary code to webpages. Using the Paste as Plain Texas or Paste from Word strips out that code to create cleaner html. Another HUGE concern are viruses being transported from a user’s computer to a web server. Viruses are often transmitted through MicroSoft products.
As entities under the Texas A&M AgriLife organization, we’re required to comply with state-mandated ADA laws. Adding Alt text (alternate text) for images is one way we can stay compliant. Adding Alt text enables people who are visually impaired to still “read” your web page using software that reads the screen of the page (called screen readers). When the software encounters an image that doesn’t have descriptive text in the Alt field, the software will say “image”, giving the user no guidance of what the image is depicting…. Read More →
The Redirect template is used to have a link redirect to – for instance, a webpage that is external to the site. Create a new Page and give it a title. In the Template drop down list, in the Page Attributes area on the right pane, select Redirect. Add the URL you want the link to go to into the body. Publish – or Update – the page.