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
Branding your blog with Seton Hall's logo helps leverage the University's identity, improving the visibility of your blog as well as enhancing the quantity of University-branded content on the Web. We have a few resources that can help. On the University Photo Gallery...
A new way you can use the Twitter Hashtag Feed Widget on your blog, and display a feed of hash-tag friendly results.
Today we’re introducing a new plugin you can use to add custom CSS code to your blog. It’s called “My Custom CSS,” and you should already see it under the Appearance menu on your dashboard.
If your blog needs to run a calendar of events, we offer the Events Made Easy plugin. Just activate it from your dashboard and you can get started quickly. But it offers a lot more. Here's a blog post with lots of examples and...
The latest update of the Sidebar Widget works nicely with our systems. If you want an easy way to log in from your blog’s home screen, just follow this simple recipe.
If your audience is using their mobile phone or iPad to look at your blog, and is having some problems viewing it, there’s a solution.read more
What’s a gravatar? It’s one of those icons that appears in association with people’s names on a blog. Here’s how to get one.read more
The TLT Center is offering it’s next training session for using this system on September 13th at 2pm. Join us in the CTC, located in Walsh Library, as we explore the exciting features of this new blogging platform and help you to get started using it.
Please register to attend the class. If you are unable to attend, please review the Documentation section of this blog to get started and feel free to reach out to us to set up another time and date.read more
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