Learn how to create your primary navigation menu, the method many users will follow to find content on your website.
Learn how to make your website accessible to all users, including hearing- and visually-impaired visitors who use assistive devices to experience websites.
Google Analytics allows you to track how your website is performing and being used.
Google Webmaster Tools gives you insight into over several aspects of how your site is seen by Google and displayed in Google search results.
The blog layout page builder block has multiple settings that allow you to choose the categories and the number of posts displaying on the page at a particular time. Learn how to change these settings.
Categories provide a helpful way to group related posts together and to quickly tell readers what a post is about. The WashU Web Theme allows you to filter your blog, people and items posts by category. Learn how to organize your posts into topical categories.
In WordPress, media includes documents, images, audio files and video. You can upload media to the library through the dashboard or when you're on the page.
Learn how to optimize images using Photoshop and ImageOptim to improve the performance of your website.
If you need to display information in the sidebar of certain pages that doesn't need to be displayed everywhere, learn how to swap out a sidebar with the Page Builder.
The text widget allows users to add text, video, images, custom lists and more to their WordPress sites.