Spotify is a music service similar to Pandora, which allows you to listed to the song you want to hear, when you want to hear it.
You can embed a high-quality version of a song in your blog using Spotify’s OEmbed feature, which just involves pasting a simple URL. However, unlike the OEmbed that works with YouTube, the URL isn’t the one visible at the top of the screen when you navigate to the song you want. Continue reading
Princeton-specific instructions on some of the tools that will work on this site, including:
- How to use the WYSIWYG editor and the HTML editor
- How to make footnotes
- How to change the image on YOUR page without changing the image for the whole site
- How to split your page into “chapter-like” sub pages without adding more pages to the site
- How to add audio and video to your page Continue reading
Inserting an quiz, opinion or feedback poll on a page has been very popular in past courses.
The Pinnion widget links to a commonly used poll toll has a WordPress plugin that works well on a single-author blog.
For multi-author sites, like yours, I recommend you use your Princeton Google account to create a poll using Google Forms. Continue reading
This is the one and only instance I know of where an embedded iframe works in WordPress. Continue reading
I found out that WordPress is much more fussy now about the ORDER in which you do this.
First, upload images you’d like to use in your page, or intend for a header. Any size image can be part of your page, but only images that are 1000 pixels wide, or wider, will be able to be a header image. Continue reading