WordPress on Demand

Author: Patrice-Anne Rutledge

Publisher: Que Publishing

ISBN: 0133256200

Category: Computers

Page: 336

View: 5121

WordPress on Demand will cover both WordPress.com and WordPress.org in a visual, step-by-step format. In addition to offering detailed guidance on how to complete dozens of common WordPress tasks, this book will provide real-world advice and suggestions on how to save time, avoid frustration, and create a high-quality, well-designed site that attracts an audience and achieves results. WordPress on Demand will be based on WordPress version 3.5.1. In this book, readers will learn how to: • Decide between hosted WordPress.com and self-hosted WordPress (WordPress.org) • Choose the right domain name and web host • Set up a WordPress website in minutes • Configure WordPress settings that control privacy, search engine visibility, and more • Choose, install, and customize themes • Create, format, and manage pages and posts • Add media files including images, audio, video, and documents • Choose, install, and customize sidebar widgets • Choose, install, and configure self-hosted WordPress plugins • Add and manage custom menus • Make the most of WordPress.com free and premium features • Create and manage a site with multiple users • Manage user comments and comment spam • Import, export, and back up WordPress sites • Design a site that works on mobile devices Bonus content includes: • Workshops that show readers how to enhance their feeds, create a private WordPress site, optimize their site for search engines, and more • Shortcuts, advice, and cautions to save time and frustration • Design tips to help readers create a high-quality site even if they have no design background • Recommended plugins and themes

WordPress for Libraries

Author: Chad Haefele

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 144225307X

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 134

View: 3249

This hands-on, practical book walks the reader through the entire process of setting up a WordPress website for their library, provides tips and best practices for using themes and library-oriented plug-ins, and contains information on how to use WordPress to create non-traditional library websites.

WordPress For Dummies

Author: Lisa Sabin-Wilson

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 1119327768

Category: Computers

Page: 432

View: 1069

The bestselling guide to WordPress—fully updated Updated to capture all the changes expected to come with the latest release of WordPress, the brand-new edition of this bestselling guide gives you an all-access pass to using this powerful publishing platform to get your very own blog or website up and running—in no time. In WordPress For Dummies, you'll find out how to choose and customize a theme, pick the perfect web host, manage multiple websites with multiple authors, and tons more. Due in large part to its state-of-the-art features, WordPress has become the go-to platform for website owners and bloggers who want to be noticed. Whether you're new to the web/blogging community or want to maximize your site, this hands-on guide is packed with everything you need to navigate the wonderful world of WordPress—and ensure the fruit of your labors gets the attention and traffic it deserves. Get set up with a new WordPress.org account Leverage the power of WordPress as a CMS tool Forget one website—manage as many as you want Optimize aesthetics, web standards, and usability Not a WordPress guru? No worries! Everything you need to become a pro is a page—and a click—away!

WordPress For Dummies eBook Set

Author: Lisa Sabin-Wilson

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 1118605411

Category: Computers

Page: 1313

View: 6058

Two complete e-books on WordPress for one low price! This unique value-priced e-book set brings together two bestselling For Dummies books in a single e-book file. Including a comprehensive table of contents and the full text of each book, complete with cover, this e-book set gives you in-depth information on designing a website in WordPress as well as using WordPress for blogging. Best of all, you'll pay less than the cost of each book purchased separately. You'll get the complete text of: WordPress For Dummies, which shows you how to Plan and write your blog, manage comments, and handle other basics Decide whether to have your blog hosted or do it yourself Learn to use themes, widgets, and FTP Add images, photo galleries, video and audio files, and more WordPress Web Design For Dummies, which covers Designing a website with WordPress that can accommodate social media, e-commerce, and more Building an effective navigation menu to make your site user-friendly Using plugins to add galleries, social communities, and forums Creating a custom WordPress theme from scratch About the author Lisa Sabin-Wilson is founder and Creative Director of E.Webscapes Design Studio, a web design company specializing in blog design and development with WordPress.

My Google Apps

Author: Patrice-Anne Rutledge,Sherry Kinkoph Gunter

Publisher: Que Publishing

ISBN: 0134165160

Category: Computers

Page: 432

View: 496

My Google Apps Full-color, step-by-step tasks walk you through doing exactly what you want with Google Apps. Learn how to: Use Google Apps to reduce technology expenses and grow your business Choose the best Google Apps version for your needs Quickly activate and customize your account Give your users customized email that uses your domain, not gmail.com Connect Gmail to your smartphone so your email and schedule always go with you Create, format, edit, print, and collaborate on documents with Docs Track and analyze your data with Sheets Create presentations with Slides and present anywhere via the Internet Cut travel costs: run video meetings online with Google Hangouts Improve project collaboration with a shared Sites workspace Efficiently manage and share your schedule with Calendar Store and share your files for secure anytime/anywhere access Sync your files between your PC or Mac and Google Drive in the cloud Use Vault to archive content and activity for compliance or other legal reasons COVERS: Gmail, Calendar, Drive, Docs, Sheets, Slides, Hangouts, Sites, Vault Step-by-step instructions with callouts to new Google Apps screenshots that show you exactly what to do. Help when you run into Google Apps problems or limitations. Tips and Notes to help you get the most from Google Apps.

Professional WordPress

Design and Development

Author: Brad Williams,David Damstra,Hal Stern

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 1118987276

Category: Computers

Page: 504

View: 4080

The highest rated WordPress development and design book on the market is back with an all new third edition. Professional WordPress is the only WordPress book targeted to developers, with advanced content that exploits the full functionality of the most popular CMS in the world. Fully updated to align with WordPress 4.1, this edition has updated examples with all new screenshots, and full exploration of additional tasks made possible by the latest tools and features. You will gain insight into real projects that currently use WordPress as an application framework, as well as the basic usage and functionality of the system from a developer's perspective. The book's key features include detailed information and real-world examples that illustrate the concepts and techniques at work, plus code downloads and examples accessible through the companion website. Written by practicing WordPress developers, the content of this edition focuses on real world application of WordPress concepts that extend beyond the current WordPress version. WordPress started in 2003 with a single bit of code to enhance the typography of everyday writing, and has grown to be the largest self-hosted website platform in the world. This book helps you use WordPress efficiently, effectively, and professionally, with new ideas and expert perspectives on full system exploitation. Get up to speed on the new features in WordPress 4.1 Learn cutting edge uses of WordPress, including real-world projects Discover how to migrate existing websites to WordPress Understand current best practices and tools in WordPress development WordPress was born out of a desire for an elegant, well-architected personal publishing system built on PHP and MySQL, and has evolved to be used as a full content management system through thousands of plugins, widgets, and themes. Professional WordPress is the essential developer's guide to this multifunctional system.

WordPress for Small Business: Easy Strategies to Build a Dynamic Website with WordPress

Author: Scott Wilson

Publisher: Callisto Media Inc.

ISBN: 1623156335

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 115

View: 9219

Your New Home on the Internet is Waiting Once upon a time, if you owned a local bakery, you didn’t need a website. Now every bakery, car wash, dentist’s office, and nail salon has a website—and they need one in order to survive. If you already understand your primary business, then your hard work is done. WordPress for Small Business will show you the rest. With step-by-step instructions and full-color screenshots, WordPress for Small Business helps you understand the WordPress options that are best for you, and shows you how to quickly build a dynamic web site that will improve your business. • Step-by-step instructions with full-color screenshots • Real-life examples of WordPress success stories • Quiz to find out what type of WordPress site you need • A guide to the principles of modern website architecture • Pro tips for SEO, e-commerce, themes, widgets, and plugins WordPress for Small Business gives you everything you need to expand your business online.

Create Your Own Website Using WordPress in a Weekend

Author: Alannah Moore

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

ISBN: 1135944210

Category: Computers

Page: 160

View: 7535

Having a website built can be a complicated and expensive undertaking. For large businesses this is a necessary expense, but for the ever-increasing number of independents and small businesses, this can easily be handled by the intrepid amateur. In Create Your Own Website Using WordPress in a Weekend, author Alannah Moore draws on her extensive experience to show how, in just a weekend, almost anyone can create a website in WordPress that looks professional and is entirely tailored to their needs and preferences. Through carefully structured step-by-step tutorials, the book takes the reader through every stage of the web design process. It is illustrated with fabulous examples, and features checklists and tips throughout, covering domain registration, planning, plugins, and choosing the right theme. This will cover the upcoming WP 2012 version.

WordPress for Web Developers

An Introduction for Web Professionals

Author: Stephanie Leary

Publisher: Apress

ISBN: 1430258667

Category: Computers

Page: 368

View: 6815

A complete guide for web designers and developers who want to begin building and administering sites with WordPress.

Cloud Computing for Science and Engineering

Author: Ian Foster,Dennis B. Gannon

Publisher: MIT Press

ISBN: 0262037246

Category: Computers

Page: 392

View: 2984

The emergence of powerful, always-on cloud utilities has transformed how consumers interact with information technology, enabling video streaming, intelligent personal assistants, and the sharing of content. Businesses, too, have benefited from the cloud, outsourcing much of their information technology to cloud services. Science, however, has not fully exploited the advantages of the cloud. Could scientific discovery be accelerated if mundane chores were automated and outsourced to the cloud? Leading computer scientists Ian Foster and Dennis Gannon argue that it can, and in this book offer a guide to cloud computing for students, scientists, and engineers, with advice and many hands-on examples. The book surveys the technology that underpins the cloud, new approaches to technical problems enabled by the cloud, and the concepts required to integrate cloud services into scientific work. It covers managing data in the cloud, and how to program these services; computing in the cloud, from deploying single virtual machines or containers to supporting basic interactive science experiments to gathering clusters of machines to do data analytics; using the cloud as a platform for automating analysis procedures, machine learning, and analyzing streaming data; building your own cloud with open source software; and cloud security. The book is accompanied by a website, Cloud4SciEng.org, that provides a variety of supplementary material, including exercises, lecture slides, and other resources helpful to readers and instructors.

WordPress Web Design For Dummies

Author: Lisa Sabin-Wilson

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 1119088607

Category: Computers

Page: 384

View: 5965

Your full-color guide to creating dynamic websites with WordPress Are you familiar with the fundamentals of WordPress, but want to take your skills to the next level? From bestselling author and WordPress expert Lisa Sabin-Wilson, this new edition of WordPress Web Design For Dummies quickly gets you up to speed on the latest release of the software and shows you how to use it as a tool to create a customized, compelling, and cost-effective website—without losing your cool. WordPress can be used to create a custom design for your website using complimentary technologies such as graphic design, CSS, HTML coding, PHP programming, and MySQL administration. With the help of this hands-on, friendly guide, you'll discover how to create an effective navigation system, choose the right color palette and fonts, and select different layouts. Plus, you'll find out how to tweak existing website designs with available themes, both free and premium, and gain the confidence to translate your design skills into paid work. Create dynamic, custom websites with the self-hosted version of WordPress Use free themes and enhance them with CSS and HTML Create a responsive design for mobile devices and tablet users Get to grips with the newest release of WordPress Whether you want to use WordPress to spruce up your existing website or create a brand-new one from scratch, this do-it-yourself guide has you covered.

Marfa Flights

Aerial Views of Big Bend Country

Author: Paul V. Chaplo

Publisher: Texas A&M University Press

ISBN: 1623491789

Category: Photography

Page: 192

View: 1984

Take an unforgettable sky excursion over Big Bend with photographer Paul Chaplo as he captures the shapes, textures, and colors of the craggy, weathered landforms people usually see only from the ground—and some places no photographer has gone before. Flying from Marfa, and hanging precariously from the open door of an aircraft, Chaplo shares a hawk's eye view of a fiercely beautiful region, revealing the stark and magnificent landscapes carved by the force of eons of wind and water on the arid, mountainous country along the Rio Grande.

Demographics and the Demand for Higher Education

Author: Nathan D. Grawe

Publisher: JHU Press

ISBN: 1421424142

Category: Education

Page: 192

View: 3308

Higher education faces a looming demographic storm. Decades-long patterns in fertility, migration, and immigration persistently nudge the country toward the Hispanic Southwest. As a result, the Northeast and Midwest—traditional higher education strongholds—expect to lose 5 percent of their college-aged populations between now and the mid-2020s. Furthermore, and in response to the Great Recession, child-bearing has plummeted. In 2026, when the front edge of this birth dearth reaches college campuses, the number of college-aged students will drop almost 15 percent in just 5 years. In Demographics and the Demand for Higher Education, Nathan D. Grawe has developed the Higher Education Demand Index (HEDI), which relies on data from the 2002 Education Longitudinal Study (ELS) to estimate the probability of college-going using basic demographic variables. Analyzing demand forecasts by institution type and rank while disaggregating by demographic groups, Grawe provides separate forecasts for two-year colleges, elite institutions, and everything in between. The future demand for college attendance, he argues, depends critically on institution type. While many schools face painful contractions, for example, demand for elite schools is expected to grow by more than 15 percent in future years. Essential for administrators and trustees who are responsible for recruitment, admissions, student support, tenure practices, facilities construction, and strategic planning, this book is a practical guide for navigating coming enrollment challenges.

Balancing the Demand Equation

Author: Adam Needles

Publisher: New Year Publishing

ISBN: 1935547364

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 216

View: 1465

Gmail Tips, Tricks, and Tools

Streamline Your Inbox, Increase Your Email Productivity, and Save Hours a Week

Author: Patrice-Anne Rutledge

Publisher: Que Publishing

ISBN: 0134165098

Category: Computers

Page: 100

View: 6166

Supercharge Gmail to streamline your inbox, increase your email productivity, and save hours a week! Managing daily email is a time-wasting distraction for many, but in today's connected world it's a business necessity. Gmail Tips, Tricks, and Tools shows you how to take control of your inbox with a simple, four-step process for resolving email overwhelm, designed specifically for Gmail users. This fully illustrated, easy-to-read guide first teaches you to become a Gmail power user and then introduces you to a variety of third-party tools that extend the power of Gmail even further. After a quick refresher on Gmail basics, Gmail Tips, Tricks, and Tools shows you how to --Master time-savings techniques for managing email and increasing email productivity --Organize your Gmail inbox with stars, labels, and filters --Activate Gmail Labs features, including canned responses, multiple inboxes, quick links, and smart labels --Maximize the productivity potential of the Inbox by Gmail app with reminders, bundles, snoozing, pinning, and sweeping --Extend the power of Gmail with third-party tools such as IFTTT and Zapier for email automation, Batched Inbox for batching email arrival, and FollowUpThen for powerful, customizable email reminders --Discover Gmail browser extensions, such as Sidekick by HubSpot for scheduling and tracking messages, FullContact for analyzing your contacts, ActiveInbox for sophisticated task management, and Gmelius for boosting productivity and enhancing privacy

Amazon Web Services in Action

Author: Andreas Wittig,Michael Wittig

Publisher: Pearson Professional

ISBN: 9781617295119

Category: Computers

Page: 550

View: 4747

Fully updated to include the latest revisions and updates to AWS; this new edition also offers three new chapters covering the latest additions to the AWS platform: serverless infrastructure automation with AWS Lambda, sharing data volumes between machines with EFS, and caching data in memory with ElastiCache! Amazon Web Services in Action, Second Edition is a comprehensive introduction to computing, storing, and networking in the AWS cloud. Readers will find clear, relevant coverage of all the essential AWS services they need to know, emphasizing best practices for security, high availability and scalability. Purchase of the print book includes a free eBook in PDF, Kindle, and ePub formats from Manning Publications.

Web Hosting For Dummies

Author: Peter Pollock

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 1118540476

Category: Computers

Page: 360

View: 6106

Host your own website or blog with this unique guide If you'd like to make the leap from a hosted environment to a self-hosted service, this book is for you. You may be making the move from casual blogging to professional blogging. Or, you might already be self-hosting, but want a good guide to show you how to get more out of your plan. In simple, easy-to-understand language, this helpful book breaks down all the functions of web hosting for self-hosted users, from setting up new e-mail accounts to backing up and securing your site, analyzing server logs, choosing a platform to install, and more. Breaks down the functions of web hosting for new self-hosters, including casual bloggers who may be moving into professional blogging Helps those who are already self-hosting maximize the services they are paying for Offers a one-stop, complete resource on web hosting, rather than just a few chapters, as in many blogging books Covers setting up and using e-mail accounts, working with FTP clients, backing up and securing sites, using cloud services, understanding domains and DNS, using built-in databases, and more Web Hosting For Dummies helps you take charge of your own web hosting and having fun in the process!

WordPress

Pushing the Limits

Author: Rachel McCollin

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 1118597176

Category: Computers

Page: 456

View: 6651

Take WordPress beyond its comfort zone As the most popular open source blogging tool, WordPress is being used to power increasingly advanced sites, pushing it beyond its original purpose. In this unique book, the authors share their experiences and advice for working effectively with clients, manage a project team, develop with WordPress for larger projects, and push WordPress beyond its limits so that clients have the customized site they need in order to succeed in a competitive marketplace. Explains that there is more than one approach to a WordPress challenge and shows you how to choose the one that is best for you, your client, and your team Walks you through hosting and developing environments, theme building, and contingency planning Addresses working with HTML, PHP, JavaScript, and CSS WordPress: Pushing the Limits encourages you to benefit from the experiences of seasoned WordPress programmers so that your client's site can succeed.

QuickBooks 2010 on Demand

Author: Gail Perry CPA,Laura Madeira

Publisher: Pearson Education

ISBN: 9780768695403

Category: Computers

Page: 456

View: 6230

QuickBooks Financial Software has become the preferred accounting software for the small business market. QuickBooks 2010 On Demand is a task-based reference book, designed to appeal to the QuickBooks user who wants the answer to questions in a hurry. The book is highly visual, with screen shots and callouts describing each step of particular tasks. Accompanying the task steps are cross-references to related sections of the book, tips and short cuts, introductory text, and sidebars that expand on more technical areas of the program. From the starting moments of taking the QuickBooks program out of the box for the first time, through setup of a company, to beginning and ongoing tasks, monthly and less frequent periodic tasks, special features unique to QuickBooks Pro, and aspects of using QuickBooks online, this book provides direction that is quick to find and easy to understand. Whether the user is experienced with QuickBooks and just needs a quick answer to a nagging question, or a novice who doesn't know where to begin, this book provides a unique and detailed resource that can be kept by the your side for easy reference.