Greetings CRRA community,
We have been working on updating the blog and are in the process of adding new information in an effort to make it more user-friendly. With this in mind, we felt it might be helpful to share our findings, what we learned about WordPress, with you, as you may find the information useful now or at some point in the future. Feel free to share this information with colleagues, family and friends.
In this posting, we will present information on the following topics:
- Adding the “more tag” in blog posts
- Creating and displaying categories for blog posts
- Antedating blog posts
- Formatting a blog’s side bar
As an aside, please note that all the information pertains to blogs operated using the WordPress system.
Adding the “More Tag”
The “more tag” is a very useful tool in blog posts. Using the “more tag” will help to make your blog page look cleaner and sleeker and allow your readers to easily access the information they need. Additionally, the “more tag,” allows users to quickly browse the most recent posts.
WordPress defines the “more tag” as a “tag that breaks a post into ‘teaser’ and content sections. Type a few paragraphs, insert this tag and then compose the rest of your post. On your blog’s home page you will see only those first paragraphs with a hyperlink ((more…)), which when followed displays the rest of the post’s content.” The “more tag” is considered a Quicktag. Quicktags are displayed in the tool bar at the top of the draft of your new post. The “more tag” can be inserted at any point in your post. Also, you can go back and edit previous posts and insert the “more tag” wherever it is most useful and then update the piece.
An example has been provided here. Click this link and it will lead you to the rest of the content. Continue reading “WordPress Finesse”