Slider Example 1
Our WordPress theme includes an optional area for a top slider. This allows you to feature any posts with a featured image above all your content.
- To remove the slider from your site, delete the Genesis Responsive Slider widget from the home slider sidebar under Appearance | Widgets.
- To use the slider, create posts with a Featured Image and assign them to the Slider Content category.
Sample Featured Post
This is a featured post that will appear at the top of the post in your homepage. All you have to do is create a post, select the featured category, and add a featured image. The image should be uploaded and saved to be 300px wide and 500 pixels high. Continue reading “Sample Featured Post”
Welcome to your New Blog
Welcome to the Stanford School of Medicine WordPress Cloud. This is a sample post to demonstrate how posts will look in the school’s current theme. Remember to delete this post before the site is published. If you are new to WordPress, we recommend visiting WP101 to learn about how to use the system. As a backup, IRT’s Dedicated Web Support is able to help you as well.
Lynda.com is an excellent resource for WordPress and many other web topics. See all the WordPress Lessons. Login and use for free at https://itservices.stanford.edu/lynda
WP101.com is a WordPress-focused video tutorial service to we also recommend. You can sign here.
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Watch the IRT Web Services site and join the Web Author CAP Group to keep upto data on new features, tips & tricks, and upcoming free School of Medicine WordPress Classes.
If you still need some questions answered, send IRT Web Help a message via our help form.
Blog SEO Best Practice
This WordPress theme is based on the flexible Genesis theme framework. The framework includes a full-featured SEO implementation so that you can easily configure your content to be optimized for search indexing. See the following video to learn how to use these features: