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[http://blogs.evergreen.edu blogs.evergreen.edu] is Evergreen's WordPress server. You can create your own site, all you need is an [[Getting Started with Email|evergreen email address]] and [[Evergreen Login - Getting Started|login]].
 
[http://blogs.evergreen.edu blogs.evergreen.edu] is Evergreen's WordPress server. You can create your own site, all you need is an [[Getting Started with Email|evergreen email address]] and [[Evergreen Login - Getting Started|login]].
 
*New to blogs.evergreen.edu? [[Create New Site - First Time in WordPress|Create your first site]].
 
*New to blogs.evergreen.edu? [[Create New Site - First Time in WordPress|Create your first site]].
*[[Create Additional Sites - WordPress]]
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*Already have a site at blogs.evergreen.edu, learn how to [[Create Additional Sites - WordPress | create additional sites]].
  
 
===Driving in WordPress===
 
===Driving in WordPress===

Revision as of 10:48, 29 September 2011

Getting Started

Create a New WordPress Site

blogs.evergreen.edu is Evergreen's WordPress server. You can create your own site, all you need is an evergreen email address and login.

Driving in WordPress

Writing and Managing your content

Images and linked files


Designing Your Site

Working with themes

Themes allow you to change the design of your blog at anytime. Changing your theme will not affect the primary content of your site.

Sidebars

Many themes support sidebar content. Often times if you don't anything to your side bar a default set of "widgets" will appear. You can change this by adding your own widgets.

Front Page and Navigation

Adding functionality to your site

Embedding media