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Useful links for planning

When planning your site here are some useful links for you to check out. Comparing the hosted options Make a Website Hub reviews the choices between the hosted options below. Wix Weebly Squarespace WordPress.com WordPress: .com and .org Article from WPBeginner comparing WordPress.com with WordPress.org WordPress.com explain the difference in detail and so do WordPress.org.…

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Site structure and content planning

Who will be managing your site? At the planning stage it’s crucial to consider who will be managing your site as you take your organisation forward. We’ll deal with issues around how to commission your site or build it yourself in the third blog post in this series. For now think about what staff/time resources…

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Gutenberg Blocks Wish List

WordPress users like Gutenberg Gutenberg, the new ‘block’ editor, is a great development for WordPress.org. Editing content is more intuitive, especially for beginners. I have demo’ed Gutenberg for my local WordPress meetup (in Cambridge, UK). I’ve also taught Gutenberg as part of a 10 week beginners’ course on WordPress at a local college. In both…

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Sidebars, footers, main content – what does it all mean?

In a WordPress website you have several areas – sidebars, footers, etc – which get edited and managed in different ways. Once you know what they are it’s easier to plan your content and shape how your site will look. It also helps you plan how users will navigate their way around it and to…

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