Did You Know: Annotum has posts, articles and pages

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Did You Know: Annotum has posts, articles and pages…

So what is the difference?

Let us start with “articles“, which is something NEW and most of people won’t understand it (I didn’t neither on the beginning when I started with Annotum…) and might be confusing… That’s why I started to make some search about it and here what I discovered:

Read on the blog from PLoS: 

Introducing Annotum to WordPress Bloggers

Annotum uses articles and not posts
Annotum uses the custom post type article for scholarly content. This can be confusing in the beginning, but makes it easier to separate scholarly content from regular blog posts.

===> Learn more…


Where can I find more info?

You will find detailed Help for any function in the Help section inEdit-Mode“:

  • While being in “Edit-Mode” click on “Articles” on the left hand menu…
  • On the upper right hand corner you will find the “Help-Button“, click it
  • Below is shown a screenshot of what shows up…
  • Do the same procedure if you want to find out more about “posts” and “pages

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Concerning “posts“, same procedure as mentioned above

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Concerning “pages“, same procedure as mentioned above

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While the Help page is opened, go through all the proposed links to learn more about it…That’s it for the moment… Stay tuned for more small tutorials and posts ;)

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