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WordPress 5 – Using the content editors for Posts and PagesPosted on April 1, 2019 in Content
The WordPress 5.0 release uses what is called the “block editor” to edit/create pages and posts. The block editor is also referred to as Gutenberg (https://wordpress.org/gutenberg/). Gutenberg replaces the Microsoft Word-like editing features by using blocks to add content and build posts/pages. A content block may be comprised of:  Regular text  Images  Video embeds  Buttons  […]
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Add a CAPTCHA Field to a Gravity FormPosted on March 23, 2016 in Content, Plugins, Security
ETS is requiring that all web forms include a CAPTCHA field for security purposes. The CAPTCHA service has already been pre-registered with your WordPress site’s Gravity Forms plugin. A CAPTCHA is a program that protects websites against bots by generating and grading tests that humans can pass but current computer programs cannot. The term CAPTCHA […]
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Using Columns within the BodyPosted on March 12, 2015 in Content
Grid Size The website is designed on top of a 12 column responsive grid system. In the past, people would resort to using tables to layout design elements on a web page. However, that method does not comply with Section 508 standards. Section 508 standards recommend that you use CSS to layout web pages. The grid […]
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How to Use TablePressPosted on March 3, 2015 in Plugins
Add New Table Navigate to Tablepress > Add New Table Enter Table Name, Table Description, Number of Rows and Columns > Add Table And a new blank table is created.   Import a Table Navigate to Tablepress > Import a Table Select table file and upload to WordPress. Support format including CSV, XLS and XLSX.   […]
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Guidelines for Safe PostingPosted on February 27, 2015 in Content, Security
Site Administrators are bestowed a lot of power with an administrator account. But with that power comes great responsibility. Admins should be aware that they have the unfiltered_html capability. Editor and contributor roles are restricted from posting these types of scripts into the text editor. Upon save, any potentially dangerous HTML markup or JavaScript will get […]
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WordPress 5 – Using the content editors for Posts and PagesPosted on April 1, 2019
Add a CAPTCHA Field to a Gravity FormPosted on March 23, 2016
Using Columns within the BodyPosted on March 12, 2015
How to Use TablePressPosted on March 3, 2015
Guidelines for Safe PostingPosted on February 27, 2015

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