How to learn about adding Material to a WebSite (18)


1. Only people classified as Users can use the following procedure.

2. At present (December 2011), the following have the status of Users as Editors – Lynda Edwards, Lou Geradts, Peter Gommers, and Pat Shaw.

3. Bill Morton and Ray Harman have the status of Administrator. Ray does not aim to make any entries into the site but simply act as a “standby” Administrator in case Bill Morton cannot act.

4. The Board or an Administrator could decide to add further Users. (See Procedure 3 – How to add/edit Users).

Collection of Procedures.


5. Start a new Folder called Procedures or Procedures – mainly WordPress. Continue reading


How to change a Password. (12)

1. The action to open a web site opens a page called “WordPress”.

2. It has a panel that asks for a Username and a second panel that requests a Password.

3. Beneath this panel, the following words exist – “Lost your password”.

4. Click these words and a different WordPress page opens.

5. It requests a Username or an Email address..

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How to obtain entrance to – Edit a WordPress Page/Post of the Blackburn Bowls Club. (11)

1. Click to obtain entrance to the web site. (This link exists for information only. All sites have two forms. One does NOT allow making changes to the site. The other form does allow editing. The one that allows editing occurs as the next link.

2. Click and a page opens.

3. The page has the heading “WordPress” with a large panel underneath.  This panel has two smaller panels. The first one “requests” a “Username”; the second a Password.

4 When adding a new User, the Administrator of the site requests the new User to select a password and send to the Administrator. The Administrator chooses a User name.

4. The correct entry in each of these two panels opens the site in editing mode.

5. It shows “Dashboard” at the left underneath the black row. Continue reading

How to makea Link to a Page/Post – within a Site. (8)

1. Open a web site in the form that allows editing.

2. Click on “Dashboard” in the row immediately above the name of the site.

3. The Dashboard page opens. It has a menu on the left column.

4. Click “Pages” in the menu. A list of all the pages shows. The page has the heading – “Pages”. For all “pages” in this procedure read “posts” as well.

5. Open the page (Page A) to which a link desired. (e.g. Home).

6. Move the cursor to this page and the following appears – Edit, Quick Edit, Trash, and View.

7. Click “Edit” to make changes to the page.

8. Select, by curser, the Permalinks (the URL) that exists in the row immediately below the name of the page.

9. Use Edit to copy the selected Permalink.

10. Click Pages on the menu. As before, the list of pages opens.

11. Open the page (Page B) to which the link. desired. Click “Edit” (See Paragraph 7 above.)

12. Select the text (by using the curser) on which to place the link (e.g. the words – “Go to Home”)

13. Click the link button in the second row just to the right of the middle. A link page opens.

14. At the top it shows – Link Info, Target, Upload, and Advanced.

15. Click “Click on Link Info” on the top row.

16. A panel opens called “Link Type” with a menu of three options.  Select “URL”.

17. The next row shows “Protocol”. It has a panel below it with a menu of 5 options. Select “http//: “.

18. A panel on the right with URL above it exists.  The menu allows the insertion of a URL.

19. Use “Edit” to paste in the panel the Permalink (URL) copied.  See paragraph 9 above.

20. Click the OK button at the bottom of the page and the selected page (Page B) appears.

21. Click “Save” in the top row and to the left.  Wait about ten seconds for the operation of saving to occur. (See the panel at the top of the page that shows action.)

22. Sometimes a panel called “Are you sure?” opens. If so, click “Leave Page”.

23. The operation of save occurs again?

24. Click “View Page” in the row immediately below the page name at the top of the material.

25. Go to the text that relates to the link and click.

26.  Check that the appropriate page (Page A) opens.