Manage Comment Spam on a WordPress Site

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Spam comments are almost inevitable. Follow these steps to get your spam under control.

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Enable Comments on a WordPress Site

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By default, WordPress sites at W&M have comments turned off. Learn how to turn them back on.

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Customize a WordPress Site’s Navigation

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Learn how to customize your WordPress site’s main navigation.

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The Writing on the Wall: Blackboard’s (Chalk)Dust

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What is the best way to think about Blackboard’s strengths and weaknesses?

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Sign Up for an Account on an Existing WordPress Site

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Follow these instructions to get up and running on an existing site. (It only takes a few minutes.)

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Add Students to a WordPress Site

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If you are using a WordPress site one of your class, you can streamline the user registration process for both you and your students.

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Set Up a WordPress Site at W&M in Five Minutes

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Starting a blog on blogs.wm.edu takes less than 5 minutes. Get started with these instructions.

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How to Create a New Page in a W&M Wiki

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WMwikis is an easy way to get collaborate with other writers on-line. Find out how to create a new page on a wiki with these instructions.

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Where Are the W&M Wikis?

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Which wiki is right for you? W&M faculty have three different options. Find out which one will work the best for your class.

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How to Make a New W&M Wiki

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Get started using wikis at W&M and create your first wiki.

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