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on December 1, 2011 by

WordPress Multisite Roles Plugin

Part of my job as Web Application Developer at Maryville is to evaluate the tools we use for our website and decide if they are functioning the way they should. We’ve had our fair share of problems with our current content management system (CMS) that we implemented in 2008 and have decided to make the… Continue Reading

on October 12, 2011 by

How To: Display Comment Author Photo in WordPress

While browsing this site, you may have noticed in the comments that some people have photos and some don’t. Well, WordPress uses a nifty service called Gravatar that allows you to create an account and setup photos to be used in comments on various sites. It allows you to enter multiple email addresses and set… Continue Reading

on August 15, 2011 by

Website and Internal Portal

There has been much talk lately about the differences between our website and the new internal portal. Both are powerful communication tools. Which is the right place for your content? The answer lies in your audience. In the coming months, the content on our website,, will be redesigned and relaunched. The primary objective of… Continue Reading

on August 8, 2011 by

WordCamp St. Louis 2011

Well, WordCamp St. Louis 2011 is officially over. It was great to see close to 200 WordPress enthusiasts roaming the halls of Maryville University. We even had Matt Mullenweg grace us with his presence and answer questions in a Q&A session. We were also blessed to have 20+ Automattic employees running the happiness bar where… Continue Reading

on September 17, 2009 by

RedDot Training and Upgrade

Rusty on RedDot? Web services is holding two hour training sessions Sept 24 and 25th and again on Oct 1 and Oct 2. The two hour session will cover the basics of editing content in RedDot. Contact Ronnie Gaubatz in web services if you are interested in attending. Also, during the last week of September,… Continue Reading

on September 10, 2009 by

RedDot Tip – Tasks

Always make sure to check your Tasks when you have completed your changes. If you have something in draft mode, then it won’t be published until you submit it to the workflow via Tasks.

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