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Main » 2014 » February » 24 » How to add new post and more tools.
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How to add new post and more tools.
Adding New Post.

To add a new post, click on the link in the top right corner as shown below. Click on the picture to make it bigger.

Fill out the Following Sections: Choose Category - if no category pertains to you, email administrator to create a new one. Entry Name - name your post. Short Description – people will see the short description of your post without having to open it. Full Text (Body) – the article you wish to post. You can insert images and links in both the Short Description and the Body.

Inserting Images: To insert an image in the short description, you will need to change the image to the appropriate size. It should not be more than 300 pixels wide. To change or optimize your image, open the online program called Splitter. It is not necessary to change the size of images inserted into the Body of the post.

Open Website Splitter

Browse to your picture on your hard drive, and upload it.

Change width to 300 and click "Resize Image.” Save it to your hard drive and rename it. It is now ready to be inserted to your post.
Click "Browse” and select image on your hard drive.

To insert the image within the text, copy the code listed next to your image, as shown below.

Image in Short Description: Copy code IMAGE1 (along with dollar signs) and paste it in front of your short description. Make sure to resize image to 300 pixel width.
Image in Body of Post: Copy code IMAGE2 (along with dollar signs) and paste it wherever you like within your text. For more than one image, click the plus sign next to the "Browse” button and repeat steps above. There is no need to resize images within the body of the post, they will be automatically adjusted. When the post is ready, click "Add” on the bottom of the page and check how it looks.
In the finished post, you can click on the image to expand it. To open it in full screen mode, click Close full screen mode by pressing the "x” in the upper right-hand corner.
Making Links in the Text:
Highlight the text where you want hyper link to be inserted. Click on the tool that looks like a chain link.

In the Hyperlink Window under Source, paste the website link as shown below, and press "OK.” Make sure to choose "http://” on the left side under Source. Paste the website link on the right side and delete "http://” in front (we don’t need it twice).

If you have questions about how to use this features, ask it in the comment area, call (503)-491-6146, email, or visit us at the Maywood office.
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