Sometimes the website cache needs to be manually deleted and recreated for certain changes to take effect.

  1. In the top black menu bar, hover over “Asset CleanUp” and click on “Clear CSS/JS Files Cache”
  2. After the page finishes reloading, in the top black menu bar, hover over  “Delete Cache” and click on “Delete All Cache”

Add/edit a web link as a hotlink

  1. Copy the link you want to use from wherever it currently lives for example the Media Library or a webpage.
  2. Go to Pages, hover over the page name where you want to add or edit a link, and click “edit” that appears under the page name.
  3. Scroll through the page until you locate the existing link or the words that need to be linked.
  4. Put your cursor in front of the first word (exclude the space in front of the word) and select all the words that need to be linked – this must be precise! A horizontal contextual menu will appear.
  5. In the horizontal contextual menu, there’s an icon that looks like a broken oval with a line in the middle is the link option – click that.
  6. If there’s already a link in there, delete it and paste the URL you want to link to then hit the enter button on your keyboard.
  7. When you’re done making changes, click the blue Update button on the right side of the page. Open a new browser tab and navigate to the page you just edited to confirm the button links to what you intended.

Add/edit a web link on a button

  1. Copy the link you want to use from wherever it currently lives for example the Media Library or a webpage.
  2. Go to Pages, hover over the page name where you want to add or edit a button, and click “edit” that appears under the page name.
  3. If the button exists:
    1. Click on it once to select it.
    2. On the right side is a label called Link Settings, click the arrow to display those settings.
    3. Click the pencil icon next to the existing link.
    4. Select all and delete what’s there then paste in your new link.
  4. To change the words on the button face, make sure the button is still selected then change the words. If you change the words on the button face, for example changing 2023 to 2024, then the Accessible Label field located under the link you just changed needs to match the words on the button face EXACTLY. This is to retain WCAG/ADA compliance.
  5. If you want to add a new button:
    1. Click the three horizontal lines at the top left of the page to open the outline.
    2. Scroll down the page itself to where the new button should live and click after the element that will come before or after the new button. The outline will open to that area.
    3. Either in the horizontal contextual menu that appears or the outline to the left, click on the three vertical dots – both areas open the same menu.
    4. Select Add Before or Add after depending on where the button should live relative to the place you’ve selected.
    5. A new block will appear on the page with a black box with white plus sign, click the black box.
    6. Type in IABC and select the IABC Single Button from the list.
    7. Select the words in the button face to change them.
    8. With the button still selected, on the right side is a label called Link Settings, click the arrow to display those settings.
    9. Click the pencil icon next to the existing link.
    10. Select all and delete then either start typing to see pages containing the words you’re typing or paste in your new link. Click the blue Save button
    11. Make sure the Accessible Label field matches the words on the button face EXACTLY. This is to retain WCAG/ADA compliance.
  6. When you’re done making changes, click the blue Update button on the right side of the page. Open a new browser tab and navigate to the page you just edited to confirm the button links to what you intended.
  1. Go to Pages, hover over the page name where you want to add or edit text, and click “edit” that appears under the page name.
  2. Scroll through the page until you locate the existing text or the area where text needs to be edited or deleted.
  3. If text exists, select the text and edit or delete it.
  4. If no text exists, place your cursor where you want the text to live, then add text.
  5. To add a new paragraph, place your cursor after the end of the old paragraph and hit enter. A new block will appear. Type in your new text
  1. Go to Posts in main WordPress menu on the left.
  2. Click Add New.
  3. Type in your title for the post then click “Type / to choose a block” and start typing your post. NOTE: copy/paste from Word in NOT advised as it will copy over hidden style tags and disrupt the look of the website. Copy from Word and paste into a text-only document then copy from there to paste into WordPress. Not following these instructions could result in undesirable results in the public facing website.
  4. On the right under the blue Publish button, select Post.
  5. You can schedule the post to go live in the future by clicking on the word Immediately set to Publish. If you want the post to go live as soon as you hit the blue Publish button then leave it set to Immediately.
  6. Scroll down the right column to the Categories section. If you do not see categories, click the arrow next to the Categories title to display the available categories.
  7. Check the box for Blog.
  8. Click the blue Publish at the top right of the page. It will provide some prompts to confirm the settings are correct, then hit the blue Publish button again.
  9. Open a new browser tab and navigate to the Blog to confirm the new post is added if it was set to publish immediately.
  1. Click on Media in the black menu bar on the left.
  2. Click the Add New button at the top and either drag your PDF into the blue box with dashed border or click the Select Files button to navigate to the PDF on your hard drive or shared drives.
  3. Once uploaded click the Copy URL to clipboard button.
  4. Go to Pages, hover over the page name where you want to add or edit a button, and click “edit” that appears under the page name.
  5. If the button exists:
    1. Click on it once to select it.
    2. On the right side is a label called Link Settings, click the arrow to display those settings.
    3. Click the pencil icon next to the existing link.
    4. Select all and delete what’s there then paste in your new link.
  6. To change the words on the button face, make sure the button is still selected then change the words. If you change the words on the button face, for example changing 2023 to 2024, then the Accessible Label field located under the link you just changed needs to match the words on the button face EXACTLY. This is to retain WCAG/ADA compliance.
  7. If you want to add a new button:
    1. Click the three horizontal lines at the top left of the page to open the page outline.
    2. Scroll down the page itself to where the new button should live and click after the element that will come before or after the new button. The outline will open to that area.
    3. Either in the horizontal contextual menu that appears or the outline to the left, click on the three vertical dots – both areas open the same menu.
    4. Select Add Before or Add after depending on where the button should live relative to the place you’ve selected.
    5. A new block will appear on the page with a black box with white plus sign, click the black box.
    6. Type in IABC and select the IABC single button from the list.
    7. Select the words in the button face to change them.
    8. With the button still selected, on the right side is a label called Link Settings, click the arrow to display those settings.
    9. Click the pencil icon next to the existing link.
    10. Select all and delete then paste in your new link. Click the blue Save button
    11. Make sure the Accessible Label field matches the words on the button face EXACTLY. This is to retain WCAG/ADA compliance.
  8. When you’re done making changes, click the blue Update button on the right side of the page.
  9. Open a new browser tab and navigate to the page you just edited to confirm the button links to what you intended or in the case of Minutes and Agendas that the new PDF is now in the list.
  1. Go to Pages, hover over the page name that contains the photo you want to replace, and click Edit that appears under the page name.
  2. Click on the photo and a horizontal contextual menu will appear above it. Click on Replace in that horizontal contextual menu.
  3. A second square contextual menu will appear with options: Open Media Library and Upload.
  4. If the photo is already in the Media Library, click Media Library.
    1. A pop up screen will appear covering your page. To the left  are Folders. Click on the folder that contains the photo you want to use. Click on the photo you want to use.  Click the blue Select button.
  5. If the photo needs to be uploaded:
    1. First, resize your photo from your favorite desktop application to be no wider than 1200 pixels for horizontal (landscape) photos or 1200 height for vertical (portrait) photos. Save as JPG with 70% compression rate (if possible). The goal is to make the smallest file size possible while retaining the size and clarity needed to be displayed perfectly.
    2. Back in WordPress on the page where the new photo will live, click the existing photo, click Replace, then click Upload.
    3. Navigate to the location of the photo on your computer or shared drive then click the open button at the bottom. NOTE: the photo will upload in the Uncategorized Folder. Once you’re done on this page, go to the Media Library and drag it into the appropriate folder.
  6. You will be taken back to your page with the updated photo in place.
  7. With the photo still selected, on the right side, confirm the Alt Text field is populated with something descriptive of the photo. This is VERY important in order to stay within WCAG (aka ADA) compliance.
  8. Confirm the Resolution drop down menu has Large or Full Size selected. If the original photo is larger than how it will appear on the public web page then you can chose smaller resolutions. If the photo doesn’t fill the space as you intend, select higher resolutions.
  9. Click the blue Update button on the right side of the page. Open a new browser tab and navigate to the page you just edited to confirm the photo updated as intended.
  1. Go to Events in the WordPress main menu side bar.
  2. Click Add New button at the top.
  3. Add name of event in the Title bar, for example Year End Meeting
  4. You can leave the body area blank or you can type in more details you want to share, or you can add a link to a PDF by clicking the Add Media button above the copy area.
  5. Scroll down to Time and Date and select the time and a date for your event. Click the checkbox next to All Day Event if it’s an office closure.
  6. Select the office form the Venue drop down menu.
  7. On the right side of the page, click the blue Publish button to make your event live on the public website.

If the membership plugin was updated, contact Melissa@AllTerrainStudios.com to change the user.js file by going to: plugins > pmpro-membership-maps > js > user.js and add the following line:

icon: ‘https://iaburncamps.org/wp-content/uploads/2024/03/map-green-tent-pin.svg’

to:

var pmpromm_marker

It’s possible a future update will allow you to set this via the dashboard but at the time of original development, adjusting the plugin source file was the only way.