This post is about WordPress. I’m using three elements to show the other participants – An image right aligned and a “continue reading” break to break up the posting and a link.
WordPress is a very popular open source content management system (CMS) – in other words a web site builder. It features pages and a chronological blog or journal. WordPress powers more than a quarter of the world’s websites
There are two kinds of WordPress. A versions you download and install on your own web space or the kind we’re using which is hosted by WordPress.com. Our group all got FREE WordPress.com accounts so that I could invite them to the Research blog. They were obliged to set up their own site/blog as they siged up for an account. They could use this for their own purposes or create another at some point based on their interests.