Michelle Ames: Hidden Features of WordPress Revealed

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September 29, 2016

There are WordPress Features You May Not Know.

If you are like many, there always seem to be things you wish you could do with WordPress, but maybe can’t quite figure out. This session will provide you with some great tips and tricks for you to make working with WordPress even easier.

From changing the number of posts on the dashboard page, to adding a target to link to on the menu dashboard, there are many things that are easy to accomplish — if only you know where to look. Not only are there screen options on almost every dashboard page, but there are help pulldowns, too, helping to answer questions before you might even need to turn to help in a forum.

We will also cover shortcuts for use in the editor window, and a quick and easy way to save your favorite plugins to find at a click to upload to your site.

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