[BCAB] Word Press Basics.
George at techno-vision.co.uk
Sun Feb 3 16:46:30 GMT 2013
If you do find a course, Sandra, give me a shout.
As a sighted user, I'm a beginner who is finding it quite a learning curve after the ease of Front Page, which sadly, is no longer supported.
I'm just starting to get the hang of adding pages to our new site, and it's been a long boring copy and paste job.
From: Bcab [mailto:bcab-bounces at lists.bcab.org.uk] On Behalf Of Sandra Gayer
Sent: 02 February 2013 15:24
To: BCAB Discussion List
Subject: [BCAB] Word Press Basics.
I would love to know if there are any Word Press courses available for beginners. I have a website but it's more about how to look after it without having to spend all day on it because I am unaware of the structures, plug ins etc. It would have to be a course designed for blind people but I don't mind if it's in person or virtual.
Very best wishes,
On 2/2/13, Craig Blake <ubiquarius at gmail.com> wrote:
> I would argue that Facebook is better for reaching to people in your
> area, especially when people know someone who could benefit from your work.
> However the main Facebook site's accessibility is awful, but doable.
> Many of us stick to apps or Facebook's mobile site.
> You can though, start a page on Facebook without having a personal account.
> And there are apps out there which can help you administrate both
> Facebook and Twitter and others without the tedious switching around
> from site to site or app to app.
> Craig Blake
> Web developer, student, all-round walking encyclopædia.
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> On 2 Feb 2013, at 14:05, "Sue & Ian"
> <usinthedoghouse at blueyonder.co.uk>
>> Hi, Firstly, can I thank all the contributors to this list for all
>> the valuable information i have gleaned from you. I have yet another
>> question, I run 2 twitter accounts and find them very useful and am
>> thinking of delving into the world of facebook. Primarly to promote
>> an organisation I am a volunteer for. From a blind person's point of
>> view how easy is face Book to use and is it a good social media tool for organisations to use.
>> any advice would be appreciated. Regards susan Jones
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