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10 Reasons to Use WordPress for School Websites

[…] allows you to assign a variety of access levels to those who update your school websites.  These access levels include super administrator, administrator, editor, author, contributor, and subscriber. Each role has different permission settings that enable or restrict them from certain tasks. For example, super administrators can pretty much do anything with your website. […] …

New Year, New School Website?

[…] students’ learning. In some countries this is a legal requirement for schools – for example in the UK, schools are required to publish information on their curriculum online. Use your site to showcase your school and attract potential students and parents, as well as guiding them through the admissions process. Create blogs and add […] …

Updates: June 25, 2019

[…] with SSO. Classes: Added Super Teacher functionality that allows selected users to access all class and student blogs as teacher. Global Search Widget: Disabled Global search Widgets on sub sites. Admin Bar Settings: Changed behavior so logged in users that are not part of blog are treated as subscribers. User Switching: Updated to 1.5.0. Upcoming Updates:  June […] …

UPDATES: 2018 WEEK 24

Published Updates: June 5, 2018 Plugin Updates: RSS Featured Images – Added additional image sizes in <media:thumbnail> tags (medium, large and full) Polylang – Plugin updated to version 2.3.6 Live Shortcodes – accessibility fixes for accordion Google Analytics + – Added ability to force IP Anonymization on sub-sites tracking, added “ga_load_tracking” filter to be able to disabled……

Run a Class Blog? Here’s How to Keep on Blogging Without Losing Steam

[…] co-ordinationg content. You might want to rotate blog responsibility between groups of students each month so everyone gets a chance, or run competitions which require students to submit content for the blog. Our interface lets you give your students Author access to your blog, meaning that they can write posts but can’t publish them. […] …