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  1. About the theme

    The default theme for WordPress sites is based on the Web Design System. The theme itself is still under active development with an aim of offering most of the common …

  2. Managing Menus

    You have full control over the menu on your WordPress site.

  3. Widgets and sidebars

    If you’re a seasoned WordPress user, you’re probably wondering where your widgets are.

  4. Requesting a site

    WordPress is just one of the web publishing platforms offered at the University of Melbourne. It has some particular strengths, which make it more suitable than other platforms for …

  5. Analytics in WordPress

    An overall Google Analytics profile for all WordPress sites has been installed. It will provide you with a quick overview of basic traffic, right in your …

  6. Posts and Pages

    Wordpress was originally a diary, with stories arranged in date order. Now, it’s so much more flexible, if you know how to manage your site structure.

  7. SEO in WordPress

    SEO (Search Engine Optimistation) in WordPress can be as simple, or as complicated as you want it to be.

  8. Adding new users

    How to get an account, and how to add users to a site.

  9. Roles and permissions

    WordPress offers a range of permission levels for users on your site. Use these to maintain control and oversight of your site.

  10. Managing comments

    WordPress is a social media platform. If enabled and managed well, it can offer you an excellent platform with which to engage with your audience. Who …

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