moderated Resources/RE: Word Press: How do I edit the title of a blog/web page, and how do I remove blog entries in Word Press?
Norma A. Boge
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Here’s one source for some info on using WordPress with assistive tech. I don’t know how recent the info is, but it might be worth a look:
I am sure I saw something about a WP list for those using screen readers but I didn’t keep the subscribe info. Anyone know of such a group?
Here’s a book I got from Bookshare which, although not written from the perspective of a screen reader user, is quite comprehensive and is pretty easy to understand:
WordPress All-in-One For Dummies
And, a lot of the info in the “Dummies” series can be found online. Just use your favorite search engine.
Lastly, here’s a site with a lot of info about building a WP site using a screen reader. Instructions are keyboard-based:
I’m on the hunt for additional resources so please share if you have some.
HTH and thanks,
From: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com> On Behalf Of Justin Williams
Sent: Thursday, April 16, 2020 9:41 PM
Subject: Re: Word Press: How do I edit the title of a blog/web page, and how do I remove blog entries in Word Press?
So, where do I learn wordpress?
I’m using JAWS 2020 with the latest Windows 10. I’m not finding a move to trash option, and the title I want to change is the title of the web site, not the blogs.
Thanks for any help.
Kevin, Jilly, and Valerie
See if the following steps work for you:
Log in to your WordPress site.
Find “Posts.” I have a placemarker set here.
On the next page, search for the current title of the post you want to edit or delete.
To edit, click on the edit link under the post’s title. When you land on the next page, you will have the option to edit the various fields. Be sure to end by clicking the “Update” button or your changes will be lost.
To delete a post, click on the link below the title. as I recall, it’s labeled “Send to trash.”
Subject says it all. If I can accomplish the above two tasks, the blog I’ve created would be much better.
Thanks in advance for the help.
Kevin, Jilly and Valerie