Articles Posted in the " WordPress " Category

  • [BLOG] Keep Calm and Carry On and other Second World War Posters

    The site was constructed as an electronic resource to gather data and disseminate the research-in-progress for my PhD. The website ranks highly on Google, and has been referred to as one of the top poster-websites in James Aulich War Posters: Weapons of Mass Communication (Thames & Hudson, Imperial War Museum), 2007, receiving around 500 unique visitors per day from […]

  • [BLOG] Dr Bex Lewis: Polymath

    [BLOG] Dr Bex Lewis: Polymath

    drbexl is a site built upon WordPress, and contains personal information, including my employment history, but also where I blog and link to any number of things that I find interesting, want to support, or just generally want to witter (and Twitter) on about. There’s no set schedule for updating, and it functions largely as a […]

  • [WEBSITE] Winchester Holistics

    Winchester Holistics is a single-person holistic therapy business based in Winchester. The company required a small, friendly, small business website, which would not involve frequent updates. In 2006, we spent time in discussion as to content and structure, and used one of many free WordPress themes: Visit: Like It? Share it...

  • Only an hour to learn WordPress? #fastechuk

    We got to the point at which we were installing videos on our blogs: Working with WordPress: Assessment Blogging on Prezi Remember, to log back into a WordPress blog is [domain-name]/wp-admin/. Like It? Share it...

  • Worksheets available

    Worksheets available

    These worksheets are available under a Creative Commons Licence, in that you can use/distribute the material freely , but Digital Fingerprint must be attributed, whether used as is/adapted. An overview of Social Media Tools (June 2011) Setting up a Twitter account (June 2011) Setting up a Facebook account (June 2011) Setting up a Facebook Like page […]

  • Blogging Strategically

    Blogging Strategically

    Blogging Strategically on Prezi A workshop session offered at the University of Winchester, to build upon “An Introduction to Blogging with WordPress“. Like It? Share it...