This main page is where you’ll find the latest news, comments, updates, and other blog-type stuff. Use this site to review information get links from a particular class session, and copy markup.
Problem: Suddenly, Shadowbox-JS stopped working. It’s a fantastic plugin that displays nearly anything in a shadowbox. But, it doesn’t work.
Solution: Go to Appearance > Editor > footer.php
Add this to your footer (there shouldn’t be much there):
<?php wp_footer(); ?>
Create a single web page (for you or your classroom), and set it up as your web browser’s default start page. Please include at least:
• 3 links to regularly used sites
• 1 embedded video (from slideshare.net, teachertube.com, or youtube.com)
• Appropriate color combinations to create a brand/style for your page (background color,
font color, font style, graphics, etc.)
• Cascading Style Sheet (CSS) attached
• 2 <div> elements
• 1 local image and 1 licensed image from an external web site
• 1 “mailto” link
Due Week 5.
Tim wants to show off his amazing photos on a wp blog. Here’s how to add a shadowbox to wp.
type <a rel=”shadowbox” href=”http://www.billselak.com/nameoffilehere” >Text here links to your shadowboxed page.</a>
It looks like this (below):
Make sure you installed Shadowbox JS plugin.
- <html>, <head>, <title>, and <body> elements
- Background and font colors (using the element <color>)
- 1 picture (using the element <img src>)
- 2 headings (using the elements <h1> through <h6>)
- 2 paragraphs of text (using the paragraph element <p>)
- 1 “mailto” link (using the element <a href=”mailto”>)
- 5 hyperlinks (using the element <a href>)
Due Week 3.
You can add code to your wp using SyntaxHighlighter Evolved.
I can add html here add more to line 2 perhaps you can copy the line 3 code and paste it into your html