CMS Guide

WordPress Categories & Tags

WordPress Categories & Tags

Categories Categories are a great way to group posts together by relevance. Not only are they helpful to your site’s visitors, but they also provide filters that you can use for your own website links and display settings. One example where categories can act as a “filter” is the UBC CLF theme and its Spotlight Rotation (the […]

Posts vs. Pages in WordPress

Posts vs. Pages in WordPress

WordPress employs two fundamental content types: pages and posts. These content types behave quite differently and therefore it is important to understand when to create a page or a post. Pages are static. They are a good way to publish information that doesn’t change much, like an “About” or “Contact Us” page. Pages are usually linked […]

WordPress.com vs WordPress.org

WordPress.com vs WordPress.org

What’s the difference between WordPress.org vs. WordPress.com? WordPress.org is available for download through WordPress.org. Anyone is able to download and install the software on their own web servers, as well as activate themes and plugins of their choosing (i.e. whatever you can find on the open web). Running a Self-Managed Model, you would: Visit WordPress.org […]

What is WordPress?

What is WordPress?

About WordPress The UBC CMS service utilizes WordPress for content management. WordPress is an open-source publishing platform used to power millions of websites around the world. Thanks in large part to the thousands of plugins, widgets, and themes contributed back to the software by the open source community, WordPress has evolved beyond its original roots […]

UBC’s Okanagan Campus WordPress Pilot Program

UBC’s Okanagan Campus WordPress Pilot Program

This is the development website of the new WordPress Multisite pilot program. If you are looking for your login page for Active Content Manager (ACM) click here If you are looking for cms.ubc.ca (Vancouver CTLT WordPress Environment) click here