Uploading to ASU’s free student server space.

Personal Website How-To  By William Scott Grey

Have you built your own website? Did you go a step beyond the typical WordPress copy job? Do you want some place to display it  besides your own computer?

Do you want your website to go live on the internet?

Here’s a how-to on getting free server space for your website from the internet if you’re an ASU student.

If you are an ASU student you should have been given access to MyASU the online portal for ASU students.

Open the following PDF and follow the steps.  Good Luck.

Personal Website How To

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Inserting JQuery WOW sliders into Dreamweaver

Once you have selected, created and published your slider to a local folder you are ready to insert it into Dreamweaver. Continue reading

Stats Wrangling V: The Words that Bring You Traffic

Part of the SEO process is knowing your audience and selecting words that they are most likely to use when searching for content. This post by Ben Huberman at WordPress.com underscores much of what we have already discussed. It should serve as a good review for use in your enterprise sites.

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Every blogger wants to find an audience. While we each have different ideas about the definition of great content, it’s clear that making informed, data-backed decisions can help us connect with our potential readers.

Today, we’ll conclude our Stats Wrangling series by focusing on a key ingredient in any blog’s success. We’ll show you how to look at your stats to determine if you’re using Tags and Categories to their maximum potential.

While tagging can make a difference on its own, be sure to check out earlier posts in the series to form your own, stats-inspired plan. If you haven’t looked at your numbers before, take the grand tour of your Stats tab. Then follow up with a closer look at the data you can glean from analyzing your stats through time, focusing on your best-performing content, and tracing the sites your visitors go to before and after coming…

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Hot Buttons: Make Room for Debate on Your Blog

Blogging is a great way to develop community and WordPress is designed to facilitate that exchange of ideas. The following post re-blogged from WordPress.com will acquaint you with some of the tools at your disposal.

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Out with the Halloween candy, in with the ballot boxes: today is election day across 50 states! All over the world, in fact, falling leaves seem to inspire the urge to cast votes. From Norway in September to Tajikistan later this week, this is the season for lively political discussions — and what better place to hold them than your blog?

Today, we’d like to show you some of the best tools to encourage the exchange of ideas on your own WordPress.com site.

WordPress.com is already home to some of the best political blogs around, from Andrew Sullivan’s The Dish to Time‘s Swampland. Others, like Dave Pell’s Next Draft, collect the best commentary from around the web and deliver it daily to curious readers.

Many politicians and political organizations choose WordPress.com for their official sites, and every possible viewpoint is present on the grassroots level, too.

Anarchist…

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