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  • WordPress at Dartmouth
    edit your site during this time as your changes may be lost During this maintenance window we will be installing security updates to WordPress core plugins and themes We are adding a new plugin Simple 301 Redirects This plugin allows you to automatically redirect site visitors from one page to another on your site or to another site entirely This can be useful if you move your site to a new URL but visitors still have your previous sites dartmouth edu URL bookmarked We will not be retiring any plugins or themes at this time However the following themes are still in a deprecated state Atahualpa Blogolife Delicate Graphene Mystique P2 Pagelines Radius Responsive Weaver ii Zenon lite This means that these themes are no longer available as new options If you are currently using one of these deprecated themes you may continue to do so However if you switch to a different theme you will not be able to switch back to a deprecated theme later These themes have been deprecated since January 2014 so this is not a change just a reminder If you have questions about the security update please contact web support dartmouth edu Posted in

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  • About | WordPress at Dartmouth
    maintained by Dartmouth Computing Services Who can request a site on the Dartmouth WordPress service Dartmouth students faculty and staff may request a WordPress site Request site What types of sites can I build Class websites Websites for student groups and organizations Websites for labs and research groups Professional homepages portfolios and blogs Microsites for events projects and initiatives What types of sites should not be hosted on Dartmouth WordPress All sites on Dartmouth WordPress wil be hosted on the domain http sites dartmouth edu mysite where mysite is the custom name for your website If your website requires a specific URL custom template or functionality beyond the supplied plugins you should consider a different solution For example websites for academic departments and administrative units would best be suited to OmniUpdate the institutionally supported CMS Instructors seeking to add a collaborative element to their course material might create a group blog on WordPress but manage grading and other sensitive information within Blackboard Web Services and Academic and Campus Technology Services can help you choose the most appropriate tool Who will help me build my site Dartmouth WordPress is intended to be a self service website creation tool While we will

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  • Managing Your Site | WordPress at Dartmouth
    FAQs Additional Help Contact Request a Site Site List Managing Your Site Requesting Your Site Logging in Dashboard Title Tagline and General Managing Users Posts and Pages Images Other Media Plugins Themes Comments Importing Exporting Archives December 2014 January 2014

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  • FAQs | WordPress at Dartmouth
    uncheck Allow people to post comments on new articles Disabling comments by default To disable comments on individual posts or pages go to the Pages or Posts section on the dashboard Hover over the post or page and select Quick Edit Uncheck the Allow Comments box Disabling comments on individual posts or pages Why doesn t my site turn up in search results such as Google The most important step is to make sure your site can be crawled To do this go to your site s Dashboard and then go to Settings Privacy in the left column For Site Visibility make sure you have the Allow search engines to index this site option set WordPress encourages site authors to structure their content in ways that it can more easily be found by search engines If your page is long a good practice is to break the text in your page into more bite sized chunks with headings use the Heading 1 Heading 2 etc options in the dropdown menu in the page editor It s also a good idea to structure your site architecture in an intuitive fashion Pages can be nested under a parent page in a hierarchical manner This allows you to group like topics together In addition to increasing the usability of the site this might also help search engines crawl your site especially if you use a theme or set up your menus so that subsections each have their own navigation as well It is also good practice to only keep current useful information on your site Don t treat your website as an archive for old syllabi outdated course descriptions and documents Also keep in mind that it does take a little while for Google to find and crawl your site especially if the

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  • Additional Help | WordPress at Dartmouth
    WordPress team We can help you determine whether Dartmouth WordPress is the right tool for your needs but cannot provide one on one support on specific functions of the tool How do I use x plugin etc Additional Resources Lynda com has some excellent WordPress resources login with your Dartmouth NetID The WordPress Essential Training course is a good introduction to WordPress start on section 3 Starting WordPress for the

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  • Contact | WordPress at Dartmouth
    Site FAQs Additional Help Contact Request a Site Site List Contact Contact the Dartmouth WordPress team Your Name required Your Email required Subject Your Message Just a simple test to verify that you are human Archives December 2014 January 2014

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  • Request a Site | WordPress at Dartmouth
    edu Note You may choose the last portion of the URL after the slash for your site However it must fall within the following parameters The name is not too common i e no http sites dartmouth edu dartmouthstudent There is not a possible association with a logical entity or organization in existence here at Dartmouth unless you re building a site for that entity i e only someone from

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  • Site List | WordPress at Dartmouth
    Site Evan s Site Exploring Nicaragua Family is Everything Feldberg Library Perspectives Film Media Legacy Site Film and Media Studies at Dartmouth First Voices Fo u r Our Family Fred s Site Friends of GIS at Dartmouth FoGIS GEOG 50 Introduction to GIS Gavin s Site Geisel Ethics Humanities Working Group Geisel Faculty Development Geisel Med Blog Geisel Resilience Curriculum Resources Geog Blog Geovisualization German Resources Gifford Wong Gisele in Nicaragua Gisele s Site Global Health Scholars GrIND Graduate Homebrewer s Guild Graduate Student Council Greek Today Green Key Society Growing the EcoTree Guerinot Lab Hartswick Family Health Care Delivery Science Health Careers Institute for College Students Health Sustainability and Resilience A Cross Cultural Exploration Heather s Site Helena s Site Helmut s Site Hood Center for Children and Families Horacio Marconi Romero Castillo Hot Cold Hua s Site Husserl Exhibit I MU SE O IC Design ICSTLL46 INTERFACE ITD CLONE Illustration Comics and Animation Conference Infrastructure Services Introducing the Barbaro Family Iraday s Site Irwin Lab J J Dartmouth Annual Meeting JAPAN LSA ダートマス大学日本語研修班 Jack s Site James Bernard Murphy Jamie s Site Japan Studies at Dartmouth Educating Global Citizens Jason T Herrmann Jeffrey A Friedman Jenica Andersen Jennifer Lind Jennifer Lind test site for transfer Jenny s Site Jeremy Horowitz Jimmy Voorhis Jimmy Wu s Research Group Jinmyoung s Site John s Site John Carey John D Gartner John s Site Johnnie s Site Joshua s Site Julie L Rose Justin Stroup Kartik s Site Kathleen s Site Katie Williamson s Digital Storytelling Portfolio Keeping up with the K Carolina Keiferest Kelli s Site Kelly Wood Kenneth s Site Kevin Hammonds Kianny N Antigua Klaus J Milich KraemerLab Kresge Library Student Assistant Manual Kristin s Site Kyryl Mefodius and Friends LGBT TV LSA W14 Buenos Aires La meglio Gioventù blog Language Share Fair Latinos and Soccer in the U S Media Laura McPherson Learning 21 Letteratura digitale italiana Level 1 Lewis Glinert Library Muse Dartmouth College Library Liz Klein Logic Seminar at Dartmouth Louis A Renza Luke s Site Lunchtime Diaries MAIN STREET MHealth Marco s Site Marcus site Maria Pellegrini Mark s Site Masai Giraffe Census Project Master Plan News and Events Matthew s Site Mayowa s GIS Site McClunglab Medeia s Site Melissa s Site Meredith Kelly s Site Michael s Site Michaela s Site MierkeLab Dartmouth Milan Mixed fractions Moving Dartmouth Forward Multimodal Messages My Family NICARAGUA POETRY IN MOTION Native Americans at Dartmouth Networks Neurobiology of Learning Memory Laboratory Nicaragua 2014 Nicaragua CCESP 2014 Nicaragua Issues in Healthcare Norman s Site OKC Gentrified Oliver s Site Open Symposium Teaching Shakespeare Oral History O Sullivan Family Orlando Salazar Orsolya Rita Molnár Ph D Osher Dartmouth iPad Cafe Blog Paddock Student Assistant Manual Parade sauvage Patrice s Site Patrick s Site Pedro Celaya Peisheng s Site Pete s Mathematical Puzzles Peter Herbrich Peter s Site Phyllis Site Politics Law Portuguese Language Films Dartmouth Portuguese Language Films at Dartmouth Power Magnetics Preschoolers Interests and Choices Study PICS

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