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Hello, webmaster! To get started, please visit the Club Website Setup Wizard, which will guide you through the process of configuring the digital agenda. It will also give you starting points for editing your home page and adding other content.
Your custom welcome message here: Delete this and replace it with what YOU want to say about your club. See the video tutorial on adding and editing content for a WordPress for Toastmasters website. If you would like to change the design/layout of your website, see these instructions.
This design (WordPress theme) allows you to have a different featured image at the top of each page. To change the default one shown above in the WordPress editor, go to the Featured Image section of the Page properties sidebar as shown here.
Make sure to include the basics — where and when does your club meet? Include the town/city and as much additional detail as is necessary to prevent ambiguity (“Chicago” vs. “Melbourne, Florida”). If the location is tricky to find, consider including a map or a link to an online mapping service or a photo of the entry to the building.
A group photo of smiling club members is a very common element to include, but also try to include photos of your members in action — speaking, laughing, and learning. If you have video of a members giving dynamic speeches, or improvising their way through Table Topics, including one of those on the home page could be a good way of showing what Toastmasters is all about.
- We’re creating a WordPress for Toastmasters websiteWe’re trying WordPress for Toastmasters, open source software for Toastmasters clubs based on the WordPress web publishing system, with web hosting available at Toastmost.org. Here are some of the advantages:
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