Editing Page Text in WordPress

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Log in to WordPress.
On the left column, click “Pages.”
The list of pages will appear to the right of the column.
Click the page you would like to edit.
The page and it’s contents will display to the right of the column.
There will be two light gray tabs near the top right of the page, “Visual” and “Text.”
Make sure “Text” is clicked.
Make the changes to the page text you would like.
When finished, click “Update”, the blue button on the far right.
Click “View Page” near the top of the page to see your changes.

Atlanta Web Design – How to Add an Image to WordPress

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This will log you in to the WordPress control panel.
1. On the left dark gray column, click ‘Posts’.
Your posts will show to the right of the dark gray column.
2. Click the post you would like to edit.
3. Near the top left click ‘add media’.
4. Near the top left click ‘upload files.’
5. In the center of the screen click ‘select files’.
6. Find the file on your computer and click on it.
7. Then click ‘open.’
8. On the bottom right of the control panel find the text ‘size.’
Click the drop down menu next to it.
9. Click the size you would like, youll probably want ‘medium’ or ‘large.’
10. On the bottom right click the blue ‘insert into post’ button.
11. Near the top right click the blue ‘publish’ button.


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WordPress Instructions

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Summary of Roles
Super Admin – somebody with access to the site network administration features and all other features. See the Create a Network article.
Administrator – somebody who has access to all the administration features within a single site.
Editor – somebody who can publish and manage posts including the posts of other users.
Author – somebody who can publish and manage their own posts.
Contributor – somebody who can write and manage their own posts but cannot publish them.
Subscriber – somebody who can only manage their profile.

Go to
Login: lori
Password: *******604

You will see a black sidebar on the left.
Click Users about halfway down the sidebar.
Click “Add New” near the top of the page.
Enter their username, you may want to use their first initial followed by their last name, for example, lriordan.
Enter their email address.

Put all of the photos you would like in the gallery, into one folder on your computer.
Log in to WordPress.
On the black sidebar on the left, click ‘Pages.’
Click the page named ‘Photos.’
Near the top left of the page, is a gray button called ‘Add Media.’
Click the ‘Add Media’ button.
Click the ‘Upload Files’ text near the top of the page.
Click the gray ‘Select Files’ button in the center of the page.
Navigate to the folder on your computer where the photos are youd like to upload.
Select those photos, then click ‘Create Gallery’ near the top left of the page.
Then click the blue ‘Create a New Gallery’ button on the bottom right of the page.
On the top right of the page, under GALLERY SETTINGS, click ‘Attachment Page’.
A menu will drop down, click ‘Media File’.
Click the blue ‘Insert Gallery’ button on the bottom right.
Click the blue ‘Update Gallery’ button about halfway up the right of the page.
Open a new browser window and go to
Click ‘EE Rewards’, then ‘Photos’, to see your new gallery.

Log in to WordPress.
On the black sidebar, click ‘Events.’
Several choices will appear just below ‘Events.’
You will probably need to either add an event, or edit an event.

Log in to WordPress.
On the black sidebar, click ‘Posts.’
Below ‘Posts’, click ‘Add New.’
Enter a title for the post in the box near the top of the page.
Then click in the big white box in the center of the page to enter your blog’s text.
Then click the blue ‘Publish’ button on the far right.

Fireball Whiskey Pie

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I’ve seen several recipes for pies with Fireball Whiskey, but they’re always in combination with pumpkin, or apple. I thought the Fireball Whiskey itself had a strong enough flavor so that it didn’t need to be combined with much of anything flavorful. It turned out pretty good, a definite cinnamon whiskey flavor to it but not too much, and no baking required. I used stevia in this pie though any sweetener would work.

Pie Filling – Ingredients
2 cartons cool whip
3/8 cup Fireball Whiskey
1 tablespoon cinnamon
10 packets stevia

Pour into bowl, mix until smooth.

I made a crust out of gluten free Ginger Snaps because a family member has an allergy, though any crust will do. A ginger or graham cracker crust probably goes best with the cinnamon pie filling. A recipe like this one works well, if your cookies are sweet enough by themselves you can do without the sugar:

Add mix to pie crust, freeze in freezer for approximately an hour, depending on freezer setting.


Atlanta Web Design – Bluehost Email Outlook

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The following email tutorial shows how to connect Bluehost email to Outlook.

Atlanta Web Design – SmartyStreets

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Hi Abu – You helped me to create a Smarty Streets widget for the contact form creation site.
The Smarty Streets Jotform widget allows user to create a contact form that, when added to a form,
autocompletes the street address with a 9 digit zip code.
It’s important that the zip code autocompletes the address along with the full 9 digit zip code, (not the 5 digit zip code).
So far, the widget you created is on Jotform, you can see it here:
It does not autocomplete the address though.
This example does autocomplete the address including 9 digit zip code:

The documentation for each is here:

Below is a post I made to Jotform asking about the status of the widget you submitted.
If you scroll down, you will see there are errors in the console:
Im not sure if those errors are still there. This is the most recent post about your widget:

You can test the widget at, the login and pw is npsga
The form there is named “Smarty Streets Test”.

I tried it once more and the widget is still not autocompleting the address.
Thank you and please let me know if you have any questions!

Atlanta Web Design – App Privacy Policy

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Information Collection And Use
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Log Data
Like many site operators, we collect information that your browser sends whenever you visit our Site (“Log Data”). This Log Data may include information such as your computer’s Internet Protocol (“IP”) address, browser type, browser version, the pages of our Site that you visit, the time and date of your visit, the time spent on those pages and other statistics.

Cookies are files with small amount of data, which may include an anonymous unique identifier. Cookies are sent to your browser from a web site and stored on your computer’s hard drive. Like many sites, we use “cookies” to collect information. You can instruct your browser to refuse all cookies or to indicate when a cookie is being sent. However, if you do not accept cookies, you may not be able to use some portions of our Site.

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Atlanta Web Design – SEO

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SEO is shorthand for Search Engine Optimization, which involves editing a web site so that it’s found easily in Google, Yahoo, Bing, and other search engines. It’s a science in itself, though somewhat mysterious because the search engines don’t want people to know exactly how to manipulate their search engines, that way people won’t abuse their system.

Optimizing WordPress SEO without plugins:
1. Adding a Sitemap to WordPress
2. How to add Google Analytics to WordPress
3. How to minify Javascript, HTML, & CSS
Adding H1 titles:
You can just add below code and customize it:
h1 { font-size: 16px; }

Atlanta Web Design – COS

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Creative Office Solutions in Marietta, Georgia, just outside Atlanta, asked revamp their web design, We used WordPress to convert their existing content and web and graphic designs into a mobile friendly website. Above is their previous site, which was not mobile optimized.

This is their new site, which now displays correctly on mobile phones, and no longer uses Flash technology, which does not display on many browsers. We also added a Live Chat option to this site so customers can contact them directly, with no wait.