Author: Caitlyn McClure

NewFM Guide to Customization Options

We’ve built NewFM’s site for maximum customizability, including areas that most regular users don’t have access to, such as sidebars and footers. Once you get the hang of it, this will open up a ton of options for the way your site works – but first things first. Your staging site The first thing to…

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Information Architecture for Beginners: Pages vs. Posts

Ah, pages and posts. They make up your whole website. They seem simple. But they’re so easy to get wrong. Questions about stuff like pages and posts are really questions about “information architecture,” or IA. IA is basically what it sounds like: the way the content of your site is organized, and how users will…

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Video Guide to Editing Your Site: Creating and Editing Posts and Pages

So, you’ve got a new site and you’re ready to work with it, but not ready to read through a long tutorial? You’re in the right place. This collection of videos will guide you through the basics, showing you the simplest ways to do what you need without getting bogged down with all the options…

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Basic Blocks Overview

With WordPress’s new editor, Gutenberg, every piece of content on your site will be contained in a “block;” blocks can be used modularly to build posts and pages that look the way you want them to even if you don’t know any code. If you’re familiar with WordPress, a lot of the blocks will probably…

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Gutenberg Basics: Working With Blocks

The fundamentals, Part 1. Learn what blocks are and how to use them.

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