Weblogs Are To Words  What Napster Was To Music

Assumptions:

  • You are in front of your computer.
  • You are computer-literate.
  • You have access to your computer.
  • Your computer is connected to the internet.
Methodology:
  • Interactive
  • Hands on
  • Workshop
  • Aided by web-based materials and video tutorials
Goal: A blog or a website is created, managed, and used efficiently and effectively by the participants of this seminar.
If you want a quick tutorial simply click: LEARN WORDPRESS.COM

Introductory Materials:

Sessions Proper from WordPress Tutorial Materials:

Sessions Proper  from Non WordPress Tutotial  Materials (Video)

  • Blogging with WordPress
    • What is a blog?
    • How a blog functions?
    • What is WordPress?
    • WordPress.org or WordPress.com
    • Registering with WordPress.com
    • Dashboard
    • Creating a new post
    • Editing existing post
    • Categories and Tags
    • Adding Images
    • Embedding Video
    • Media Library
    • Managing Comments
    • Creating Links
    • Appearance
    • Widgets
    • Custom Meuns
    • Plugins
    • Users
    • Tools
    • Setting

BLOGGING WITH WORDPRESS

July 10, 2011


Weblogs Are To Words  What Napster Was To Music

Training Seminar For Priests and Secretaries
St. Peter and Paul Parish
Lagao, General Santos City
July 11, 2011

Proposed Sessions/Outline/Flow

  • Creating a blog with WordPress
  • The Dashboard
  • Creating A New Post
  • Editing an Existing Post
  • Using Categories and Tags
  • Creating and Editing Page
  • Adding Photos and Images
  • How to EmbedVideo
  • Using the Media Library
  • Managing the Comment
  • How To Create A Link
  • Changing the Theme
  • Adding Widgets
  • Building Custom Menu
  • Installing Plugins
  • Adding New Users
  • Useful Tools
  • Configuration Setting
Source: WordPress  101


Introduction
* Session 1: Introduction to the Course
* Session 2: How to Get the Most Out of the Course
* Session 3: What is WordPress?
* Session 4: Resources You’ll Need for the Course

Setting the Foundation

* Session 5: Picking a Web Host
* Session 6: One Click Installations
* Session 7: Manual Installations
* Session 8: Navigating WordPress
* Session 9: Site Activities

Creating Content

* Session 10: Organizing Posts
* Session 11: Creating a Post
* Session 12: Inserting & Formatting Text
* Session 13: Inserting Images, Audio and Video
* Session 14: Managing Content
* Session 15: Site Activities

Additional Types of Content

* Session 16: Listing Links
* Session 17: Adding Pages
* Session 18: Moderating Comments
* Session 19: Site Activities

Controlling Your Blog

* Session 20: Users
* Session 21: Tools
* Session 22: Settings
* Session 23: Site Activities

Customizing Appearance

* Session 24: What is a Theme?
* Session 25: Finding & Installing Themes
* Session 26: Theme Settings
* Session 27: Widgets
* Session 28: Menus
* Session 29: Site Activities

Working with Plugins

* Session 30: What is a Plugin?
* Session 31: Finding & Installing Plugins
* Session 32: Recent Tweets
* Session 33: Adding a Contact Form
* Session 34: Adding a Photo Gallery
* Session 35: Site Activities

Maintaining Your Website

* Session 36: Comment Spam
* Session 37: Backups
* Session 38: Security & Updates
* Session 39: Site Activities

Source: WordPress Beginners Course – Open Source Training

* Planning and preparing your site for WordPress
* Installing WordPress
* Writing, tagging, and publishing a post
* Working with the text editor
* Styling paragraphs and creating lists
* Working with media files
* Linking, aligning, and sizing an image
* Working with image galleries
* Adding video and 
* Naming, scheduling, and managing posts
* Making your site stand out
* Helping others connect to your site
* Becoming search engine friendly
* Optimizing your site
* Backing up your site
* Installing and activating plugins

Source:  WordPress 24-Hour Trainer: Watch, Read, and Learn How to Create and Customize WordPress Sites