Blogging at Seton Hall University
Is a self-publishing platform brought to you by the Teaching, Learning and Technology Center.
What We Provide
Hundreds of available plugins add functionality to your blog. From calendars to contact forms, galleries to geotagging, if you need to do something special we’re ready for you.
Training and Support
We’re committed to making your site work. With lots of support documents, scheduled training sessions and experienced hands with big ideas, drop us a line if you need anything at all.
Here are Some Showcase Examples
Some of the projects we’ve facilitated are shown below. Click to see more about what techniques were used in each, including plugins, themes and special effects.
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The Latest NewsRecent Posts from TLTC Blogs
Your blog or site can be accessible right out of the box.
Pullquotes, footnotes and help with accessibility.
One of the most common things that people want on their web site or blog is a contact form. We've got a few tools here that make it easy to build and deploy one. It might be tempting to try and build one on your own, but by using this plugin you get additional...
Elegant Themes has just released a plugin that gives you all the functionality of the page builder built into the Divi theme, allowing you to use its advanced page-builder features in most any theme you choose. As in the full theme package, the Builder comes with a set of ready-made layout options, and many content modules that you place with a drag-and-drop interface.
We’ve got you covered.
We’re doing our regular summer housecleaning on blogs, and since last week we’ve archived a lot of them. Here are the general criteria we used, and what to do if we made an error.read more
This is the long-awaited, much-discussed (at least if you follow WordPress closely) “Try Gutenberg” prompt. Gutenberg is the next-generation editing tool, which is going to replace the classic editor we’re all used to. As of the next release, a few months from now, it will be the default.read more
A collection of free stock-photo and -illustration sites, resources you can use for your own projects.read more
We’ve noticed a spate of lost-password requests lately. There are a few things you should try if you’re having trouble remember yours.read more
This page (http://www.blogtyrant.com/how-to-find-imagess-for-your-blog/) is a nice resource on using images on your site. There are suggestions for file formats and sizes, plugins to use, branding considerations, copyright and where to find royalty-free or public domain images that are ready to use.read more
A few nice new features in this release.read more
To help celebrate, we've upgraded the blog system to WordPress 3.5. The biggest change is the new media manager. It's easier to use --- all you have to do is drag-and-drop your media files onto the popup. It's especially speedy when you're making a gallery. It should...read more
We’ve installed a slick new plugin across the blogs we host that provides a very clean interface for mobile phones and tablets. With it you get your choice of many custom icons — or you can create your own — and lots of flexibility with colors, backgrounds and menus.read more