This page contains (hopefully!) all you will need to know about the set up and content management of this website. Please add to it or amend it as you discover news ways of doing things.
The website is currently hosted by ‘GoDaddy”
The password to this site is: Xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
This site has five default user roles:
Administrator is the most powerful user role. Users with the administrator role can add new posts, edit any posts by any users on the site, and even delete those posts.
They can install, edit, and delete plugins as well as themes. Most importantly an administrator user can add new users to the site, change information about existing users including their passwords as well as delete any user (yes other administrators too).
This role is basically reserved for site owners and gives you the full control of your WordPress site. If you are running a multi-user WordPress site, then you need to be very careful who you assign an administrator user role.
Users with the editor role in WordPress have full control on the content sections your website. They can add, edit, publish, and delete any posts on a WordPress site including the ones written by others. An editor can moderate, edit, and delete comments as well.
Editors do not have access to change your site settings, install plugins and themes, or add new users.
As the name suggests, users with the author role can write, edit, and publish their own posts. They can also delete their own posts, even if they are published.
When writing posts, authors cannot create categories however they can choose from existing categories. On the other hand, they can add tags to their posts.
Authors can view comments even those that are pending review, but they cannot moderate, approve, or delete any comments.
They do not have access to settings, plugins, or themes, so it is a fairly low-risk user role on a site with the exception of their ability to delete their own posts once they’re published.
Contributors can add new posts and edit their own posts, but they cannot publish any posts not even their own. When writing posts they can not create new categories and will have to choose from existing categories. However, they can add tags to their posts.
The biggest disadvantage of a contributor role is that they cannot upload files (meaning they can’t add images on their own article).
Contributors can view comments even those awaiting moderation. But they cannot approve or delete comments.
They do not have access to settings, plugins, or themes, so they cannot change any settings on your site.
Users with the subscriber user role can login to your WordPress site and update their user profiles. They can change their passwords if they want to. They cannot write posts, view comments, or do anything else inside your WordPress admin area.
This user role is particularly useful if you require users to login before they can read a post or leave a comment.
How to update content
Headings – use ‘Heading 3’. Only use capital on first word
Sub-heads – use ‘Paragraph’ but make bold. Only use capital on first word.
Link colour is #8224e3
Non-linked Primary Menus
The Primary Menus (Home, About Us, Let’s go rowing, etc) should not be linked to a page but should reveal a drop down on mouse-over.
To create a new menu item: Dashboard/Appearance/Menus/Custom links/delete “http://” and replace with “#”/Link text = name of new section/Add to menu. Go to Menu Structure – move new custom link to desired position/open with arrow/delete#/Save menu.
Jump Links allow you to put in a link from one part of your page to another point on the same page.
First, switch to theText Editor tab at the top right hand corner of the page. The link that starts it (the ‘Click me’) is written like this:
<a href=”#unique-identifier”>Click me</a>
(Note the #)
The anchor point where the above link goes to is written like this: