The dangers of sharing personal information online. By: Digital Media in the Classroom A highly respected education advocate, Kevin Honeycutt, once asked me if any of us from our generation (GenX and before), had ever made a mistake in puberty. He then asked if our mistakes are “Googleable.” The reality is that our mistakes from …View full post
Make editing your Faculty web easier and faster Adapted from ” 8 Desktop Blog Editors To Make Your Blogging Faster” by David Risley Did you know that there are programs you can run on your computer to post to your faculty web? You don’t really HAVE to use the WordPress post interface. Why use a …View full post
WordPress Plugins Plugins can extend WordPress to do almost anything you can imagine. In the directory you can find, download, rate, and comment on all the best plugins the WordPress community has to offer. Plugins need to be tested and installed on the Network by IT Web Services before you can activate them on your site. Only …View full post
The IT department is upgrading the WordPress Faculty Web to version 3.6.1 on Wednesday, October 16, 2013. This upgrade only effects faculty who use WordPress to update their sites. This should be a seamless transition but, should you experience any problems please notify the IT Service Desk by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 825-1112.View full post
Mar 18 2013
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Feb 22 2013
As WP-Table Reloaded plugin discontinues updates after 2011, there may be incompatible issues in the future WordPress release. The WP faculty website team decided to use TinyMCE Table – an alternative plugin. You could insert tables in the text editor. The team strongly recommends you to transfer all your tables to TinyMCE.
– For faculty members who applied for WP site on or after Feb. 11, 2013: You just need to follow the how to insert a table in the tutorial. There are also table templates ready for you. Click here.
– For faculty members who have already created table using WP-Table Reload: If you would like to use TinyMCE, please delete ALL tables created by WP-Table Reload first. (See tutorial.)
Tutorial: Please follow this 6-page screen-capture tutorials on inserting tables.
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Jan 25 2013
The IT department is upgrading the WordPress Faculty Web to version 3.5 on Friday, January 25, 2013.
This upgrade only effects faculty who use WordPress to update their sites. It should be a seamless transition but, should you experience any problems please notify the IT Help Desk by emailing email@example.com or by calling 825-1112.
Permanent link to this article: http://facultywp.ccri.edu/blog/2013/01/25/wordpress-faculty-web-update/
Aug 14 2012
For those editing their sites using FrontPage or WordPress
- On-Campus editing requires a wired connection
- Off-Campus editing requires VPN connection.
When on-campus, you will need to have a wired connection to the campus network in order to login and edit your WordPress faculty Web. You will not be able to login to your WordPress faculty web, while on campus, using a CCRI wireless connection.
When off-campus, you will need to login to a VPN session before logging into your WordPress site. Everything you need to know about VPN, plus the software download, is here: http://www.ccri.edu/it/network/vpn/
For further assistance, please call or e-mail the Help Desk: 401-825-1112 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note: anyone using the OmniUpdate Content Management System to host their site does not have to take any of the above measures and may edit their site using any device –even their smartphone. [Learn more about OU Faculty Webs]
Please use your CCRI email address when posting comments on this or any other page in this site. We will not respond to posts from individuals outside the CCRI community.
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