WordPress Blogging Workgroup

WordPress Questions

  • When creating a post appears I can use either the default WordPress editor or the Divi theme editor. Are the two interchangable?
  • How do you edit update a post? Will the post say it was edited?
  • How do you manage comments to a post?
  • How do I make a post template, following the components of an effective lesson?
  • How do you backdate a post?
  • How do you setup an automatic post schedule?
  • How do I hyperlink an image in Divi?
  • Which image to use?
    • Divi Insert Module - Image
    • Divi Text Module - Add Media

WordPress Setup


  • Username: jjensen (cannot be changed)
  • Email: jefferyjjensen@gmail.com (error this email is already registered, only one account per email)
  • First Name: Jeff
  • Last Name: Jensen
  • password: normal
  • Role: Administrator

Change Post Owner

  • How do you change owner of a post?




  • PlotHost Server Location
    • /home/jjensen/blog.jefferyjjensen.com/wp-content/uploads/
    • Using the cPanel, I created a “machining” folder which is one of the categories
  • Organize my uploads into month- and year-based folders

WordPress Server

Themes - Divi

  • username: jefferyjjensen normal

Posts - Edit

  • Login
    • if logged in as admin, then posts/articles will say by admin
    • jjensen normal
    • admin SchoolOneX
  • Posts → All Posts → find the post to edit, then click Edit
  • Use The Divi Builder
  • How to insert an image
    • cpanel upload image to blog.jefferyjjensen.com/wp-content/uploads/machining
    • Medial Library Folders
      • uploads → machining
      • click Sync button
  • Edit with Divi Builder
    • Hierarchy
      • Section (blue)
        • Shape dividers - same color as section, use SVG
      • Rows (green) - how many columns to use
      • Modules (gray)
    • Build From Scratch
    • Modules
      • Image
      • Map
      • Post Title
      • Text
      • Video
  • Assign
    • Permalink
    • Categories

Components of an Effective Lesson/Blog

  1. Introduction - set the stage for the lesson
  2. Daily Reviews - provide review for short-term memory of recently taught material
  3. Daily Objective - state and posted the objectives(s) before introducing the lesson. Students had a clear understanding of the learning objective. Usually written in language that is for the teacher - technical and wordy. Can be a topic that is covered for a couple of days.
    1. Essential Question - small chunk of information, break down/subset of the daily objective.
  4. Concept and Skill Development/Application - used a variety of strategies for teaching skills and developing concepts.
  5. Guided Practice/Teacher Does - appropriately provided opportunities for guided, independent and group practice.
  6. Group Practice/We Do
  7. Independent Practice/You Do
  8. Homework - assigned homework that aligned with curriculum objectives and reinforced skills and concepts taught.
    1. References
  9. Closure - provided a variety of ways for students to explain what they learned and how to apply the concepts.
    1. Conclusion
  10. Long-Term Review - Integrated ongoing, periodic review into lessons to maintain student skills, address deficiencies, build conceptual understanding, and prepare for high stakes tests.


  • Max 60 characters

2-Subtitle - Excerpt

  • Max 50 words
  • Teaser for the article


  • 250 word article answering the Title and Subtitle question
  • asdf


  • Use H3 Heading
  • add 1 to 2 images for each heading
  • Cross-reference with other posts I've done



  • Attachments
  • Download files

8-Categories and Tags

  • Assign categories
  • Assign tags

Civil Engineering Engineering - Computer Engineering - Electrical Mechanical Engineering

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