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LITA guide to WordPress for libraries

From ALA:

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More than just an easy-to-use blogging platform, WordPress is in fact a flexible, open source content management system, making it ideal for many libraries’ websites. “The Comparative Guide to WordPress in Libraries: A LITA Guide,” published by ALA TechSource, introduces the basic principles of WordPress and then shows how to implement them.

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this guide shows:

  • how to make an informed decision about whether WordPress is the right platform for a library’s needs;
  • options for hosted and self-hosted platforms;
  • Nearly two dozen WordPress sites, drawn from a wide range of different libraries and organizations;
  • how to choose the best WordPress theme for the website’s content;
  • succinct explanations of every element in the Administrative Dashboard with advice on library applications;
  • quick tips on user experience, information architecture and analytics;
  • effective ways to use images, audio and video.

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Source: http://www.ala.org/news/press-releases/2014/01/lita-guide-wordpress-libraries

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