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Quick Guide to Using Mailchimp and WordPress

This article explains how to set up a MailChimp newsletter to automatically send your WordPress content to subscribers. Upon request, OIT can help you set up your MailChimp newsletter. Email us at caesweb@uga.edu to get started! Setting up a simple campaign using Mailchimp’s free plan Here’s how: Create a MailChimp…
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WordPress: Cover Image Shortcode

The 2019 CAES-Extension Theme allows for full width templates. This means certain parts of your website’s template can reach from edge-to-edge of the page, like the header, navigation, and footer. The Cover Image Shortcode takes advantage of this by setting up a “cover image”, a background image with overlaying text,…
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WordPress: Columns Shortcode

A useful shortcode is the … shortcode. This shortcode creates invisible columns on the page that can be used to easily arrange content (images, text, etc) into columns and rows. The … shortcode can use as many columns as you need, and multiple columns can be placed on a row….
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2019 CAES-Extension Theme for WordPress Sites

This month we are introducing the new 2019 CAES-Extension theme for WordPress sites. The 2019 theme is an upgrade of the 2016 theme with design tweaks and improvements. Customization Design improvements For our example screenshots, we’ll use a demo version of the UGArden website, that uses the 2019 CAES-Extension theme….
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Can you define visits vs. page views in web analytics?

QUICK SUMMARY: A visit is made by one individual visitor who arrives at your website and proceeds to browse around. Once a visitor arrives at your website, they will look at about 2.5 pages on average. Each individual page a visitor views is counted as a page view. Repeat views or page reloads are counted in the page view number.

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