Introduction to the visual editing formatting toolbar

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Working with Tags

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Replace images in a Post or Page

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Paste from MS Word into Posts and Pages

Ever wonder why when you cut and paste from Word, email or some other web page into a content management system and save it, you get really weird spacing and fonts going on? Well this tutorial can help you avoid that so your pages look clean and professional.

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Lists in Posts and Pages

Need to create a bullet list?

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Introduction to the Image Editor

I think the image editor is one of the best improvements over the old content management system and I think you’ll agree after watching this tutorial.

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Creating Hyperlinks

Any time you create a web page or post you’ll likely need to link to something whether it’s another page on your site or another site altogether such as asid.org. Here’s how to do it:

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Set Featured Image for a Post or Page

Featured Images are not really used much on the ASID templates however there are some plugins which utilize the featured image such as the WP Glideshow plugin.

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Introduction to Post Excerpt

A Post Excerpt is an optional summery of a post that you’d like to have appear instead of the default summery which is the first portion of text from your post.

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Editing Posts or Pages

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Add Paragraphs to Posts and Pages

When editing Posts or Pages you’ll need to have spaces between paragraphs so that the text doesn’t run together making reading cumbersome. Here’s how to add paragraphs:

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Add Heading style to a Post or Page

Lets say you want a big bold title font, but you want it to look consistent with the titles elsewhere on the site. This is how you do it:

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