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Pages » Page Attributes

The Page Attributes module allows you to set page parents and templates, and to change the order of your pages.

It can be found to the right of each page editor, under the Publish module.

Parent

You can arrange your pages in hierarchies. For example, you could have an “About” page that has “Life Story” and “My Dogs” pages under it. Under “My Dogs” you might have another page titled “Rosco.” The URLs might look like this:

With the Coraline theme activated, it would look like this:

There are no limits to how deeply you can nest pages.

Please note: not all themes display Page hierarchies by default in the navigation menu. If this is the case with the theme you are using, then you can use the Custom Menus feature to create sub-pages and to customize your navigation menus.

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Template

Some themes have additional templates that you can use to create pages with additional features or custom layouts. You can see if your current theme has any additional templates by checking the Template section of the Page Attributes module. The most common templates are for archives, links, and contact pages.

For example, the Bueno theme has additional templates that make it easy to create an archives page, full-width page, and sitemap:

Users cannot modify the templates or add their own. You can only select from the list, which depends on the theme you have activated.

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Order

You can change the order that your pages are displayed in by using the Order field of the Page Attributes module.

Let’s say you have three pages: About, Photos, Contact

If you wanted About to appear first, you’d need to do the following:

  1. Go to Pages > Pages in your dashboard
  2. Find the page About and click the title.
  3. Locate the Page Attributes module to the right of the editor.
  4. Put the number 1 in the box for Order. This tells WordPress to display this page first on your blog.
  5. Click the Update button.

Repeat the process for your other pages, but use higher numbers for the Order field: 2, 3, etc. This tells WordPress to display these pages second and third on your blog.

If you’re using the Pages Widget, be sure to set the Sort by option to Page Order after setting a custom order for your pages. Then click Save.

Create Content

Ready to start sharing your ideas with the world? Publishing great-looking content is a breeze.

Posts vs. pages

While publishing posts is the primary way to share content on your site, you can also add additional pages to make it look and feel more like a traditional website. Learn more about the difference between posts and pages here.

To create a new post head to Posts -> Add New in your site’s Dashboard.Creating a page is just as easy. You just head to Pages -> Add New in the Dashboard.

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Adding images and video

You can add galleriesslideshows, and individual images to posts and pages. If you’d like to upload videos to your site, we offer VideoPress upgrade. You can also easily embed videos from services like YouTube &Vimeo.

Each new WordPress.com site comes with 3GB of free storage for files and images. If you need additional storage space, or you’d like to upload audio to your site, there are multiple space upgrades to choose from.

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More tips

You can also use one of our many mobile appsPress This, or a desktop blogging app to really post from anywhere. We also have some tips if you’re writing poetry or bringing in content from Microsoft Word.

Posts

Posts are what make your blog a blog — they’re servings of content that are listed in reverse chronological order on your blog’s front page.

Posts are always associated with a date, which is included in the URL. Sometimes, posts are confused with pages. See Post vs. Page for an explanation of the differences.

Publish a New Post

There are several ways to publish new posts. The easiest way is with the New Post button on the right side of the toolbar (it appears at the top of your screen when you’re logged in to WordPress.com).

Simply click New Post and the post editor will slide down from the top of the screen:

First, select the type of content you want to share (text, photo, video, quote, or link):

Use the Write a Post tab if you want to include multiple images in your post (or if you want to write a text-only post). If you just want to quickly share a single photo, select the Post a Photo tab.

If you’re writing a post and you’d like to format the text, click the kitchen sink icon to enable additional text formatting options:

When the post is ready, choose the blog you want to post to (if you have more than one) using the drop-down menu below the post editor:

When you’re done, hit Publish Post. Next you’ll have the option to view the post you just published.

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The Dashboard Editor

You can also create and publish posts with the dashboard editor. It’s pretty much the same as the editor described above, but it also allows you to:

You can access the dashboard editor from Posts -> Add New.

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Publish Posts by Email

Write your post as an email and publish it on your blog via the Post by Email feature.

See our documentation on the Post Screen for more details.

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Go Back and Edit Posts

To edit or delete a post (whether it’s a draft or has already been published), go to Posts > All Posts in your dashboard:

Here you’ll see a list of all of your posts. Clicking Edit under the name of a post will take you to the dashboard editor, where you can make changes. To delete a post, click Trash.

See our documentation on the Edit Posts Screen for more details.

Posts » Post Title and URL

The Title and URL of a post are related by default. When you initially type the title of your post, the post slug (used in the permalink/URL) is automatically created.

The post slug is the part of the URL after the date in a post’s URL. When the default post slug is created, all letters will be converted to lowercase, spaces will be exchanged with dashes, and any special characters will be removed.

You can modify the post slug by clicking the Edit button next to it. When you’re finished editing, click OK. After you are done making your changes don’t forget to click the Update button to update the post and save these changes.

This is especially handy if, for example, your page title is very long, but you would like a URL that people can remember more easily.

If your language uses a non-western character set, long post titles can break post slugs. To fix that, shorten the post slug to a single word.

Keep in mind that only the post slug can be changed. You cannot change any other part of the url such as removing the date.

My Blogs Order in the Dashboard

To change the order in which blogs are displayed on your dashboards, hover over the site name and you’ll see the option to move it Down or Up.

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Answering Top 10 FAQ

Nokia C3-00 
Answering Top 10 FAQ
10. How do I manage WLAN internet access points on my Nokia C3-00 device?
To connect to a WLAN select Menu > Settings >Connectivity > WLAN. Search for available wireless local area networks by selecting Search WLANs, choose the network you want to use from the list and select Connect.
You can update the WLAN list by selecting Options > Refresh list.
Hidden WLANs do not broadcast their service set identifier (SSID) and they are marked as (Hidden network) in the list of available WLANs. You can only connect to a hidden network if you know its SSID.
Depending on the WLAN access point security settings your device may first ask you to Enter network SSID and then Enter key.
SSID and key are case sensitive.
After successful connection to new WLAN, your device asks do you want to Save network for future use? Choose Yes if you want to add the WLAN to Saved WLANs list. You can also save connection later by selecting Options > Save.
When you save a hidden network, the SSID is shown on the list of available WLANs. You can change the name shown on the list of available WLANs by editing the Network name as described below.
Select Menu > Settings >Connectivity > WLAN > Saved WLANs to see saved WLANs. Choose the WLAN from the list and select Options to manage, connect to and prioritise it:
Connect — Connect to the WLAN manually.
Remove from list — Remove the WLAN.
Organise priority — Change the priorities of saved WLANs. The WLAN with the highest priority is listed first.
Forward settings —Forward the settings of a saved WLAN. Enter the security code, phone number and select Send.
Add new network —add a new WLAN and define the settings.
If you want to edit WLAN parameters, choose the WLAN from the list and select Edit:
Connection method — Ask first or Automatic to connect to available WLAN automatically.
Network name — enter a name for the WLAN. The name doesn’t have to be the same as SSID.
Network settings — define the WLAN settings:
SSID – Edit the SSID of the WLAN.
Security type – Select same security type which is used by your WLAN access point. Supported options are None, WEP, WPA-PSK and WPA2-PSK.
Password – Edit the password (key) of your WLAN.
Broadcast SSID – Select whether your WLAN SSID is broadcasted or not (hidden).
Wireless handovers – Select are wireless handovers allowed or not.
To disconnect the WLAN select Menu > Settings >Connectivity > WLAN > Search WLANs, choose the active connection and select Disonn.
To modify internet connection settings select Menu > Settings >Connectivity > WLAN > Internet connection > Ask first or Do not ask.
If you select Ask first, you are asked for the connection method every time you open an application which requires an internet connection, such as Browser or Mail.
If you select Do not ask, the device connects automatically to a saved WLAN if available, if saved WLAN isn’t available, GPRS is being used.
Tip: To avoid unauthorized connections to your WLAN, it’s recommend that you will enable the security settings of your WLAN access point according to instructions of the manufacturer.
9. How can I connect internet with my Nokia Series 40 phone using Wi-Fi (WLAN)?
Select Menu > Settings > Connectivity > WLAN. Search for available wireless local area networks (WLAN)and select available WLANs and the desired WLAN.
Disconnect from a WLAN :Scroll to the WLAN, and select Disconn..
Modify internet connection settings:
Select Internet connection > Ask first or Do not ask. If you select Ask first, you are asked for the connection method every
time you open an application that requires an internet connection, such as
Browser or Mail. If you select Do not ask, the device connects to a saved WLAN, if available, when an application requires an internet connection.
Hidden WLANs do not broadcast their service set identifier (SSID). They aremarked as (Hidden network) in the list of available WLANs. You can only connectto a hidden network if you know its SSID.
Connect to a hidden network
1 Select (Hidden network).
2 Enter the SSID of the network, and select OK.
When you save the hidden network, it is displayed in the list of available WLANs.
8. How can I use always WLAN connection on my Nokia phone for Internet  instead of cellular network (GPRS)?
  Select Menu > Settings > Connectivity > WLAN > Available WLANs > Check the WLAN name you wish to connect.
Select Menu > Settings > Configuration >Personal settings  > Add new > Access Point > Write the name of the WLAN access point you check before.
Select Menu > Settings and Configuration > Preferred access point — View the saved access points and choose the preferred WLAN access point
Menu > Settings > Connectivity > WLAN > Internet Connection :Ask first
you are asked for the connection method every time you open an application that requires an Internet connection such as Browser or Mail.
7. My Nokia Symbian phone has been attacked by malware. What should I do?

If you know or suspect that your phone has been attacked by a virus or other malware distributed for example via Bluetooth or MMS, do the following:

Restart your phone

For phones with removable battery:
1. Switch your phone off
2. Remove the battery. 
3. After a few seconds, put the battery in and switch your phone on.

For phones with non-removable battery:
1. Press and hold the power button until the phone vibrates and switches off.
2. Switch your phone on again.


Reset your phone

1. Back up your important data using Nokia Suite application on your PC (Tools > Backup).
2- Format your device through dialing *#7370#, it may be required to enter your phone’s lock code (12345 by default unless you change it).
3- Restore your data (Tools > Restore).

 Update the software

Make sure your phone is running the latest software. For downloads and assistance, go to your local Nokia website’s support page.

Install antivirus software

If the previous attempts didn’t work, try to search for a compatibe antivirus application on Nokia Store and install it on your device, then try to scan your device to remove the virus.

Visit Nokia Care Point

If you still suspect that your phone is not clean, bring it to Nokia Care Point for inspection.To find nearest location to you, go to the Support section of your local Nokia website. 
6. Where can I get settings for browsing (WWW, WAP) and MMS?

If you have a SIM card in your device, the settings are in many cases automatically set up when starting up the device for the first time. The mobile device fetches operator information from SIM card and uses pre-defined settings if the operator is recognized.

Also, your operator may send you the settings as a configuration message automatically. If you get such a message, select Show > Save. If required, enter the PIN code supplied by the operator.

If the correct settings are not set up in either of the ways above, follow steps below:

Note: Before beginning, please verify with your operator or service provider that MMS and/or browsing are included in your service package.

Step 1: Test to see if your device needs MMS settings

If your Nokia device has a camera, take a picture and send it to your own number. Wait a moment to see if it arrives. 
– If you receive the message, your MMS settings are fine. Move on to step 2. 
– If the sending fails, skip to step 3. 

Step 2: Test to see if your device needs mobile browsing settings 
Press the zero key of your Nokia device for three seconds. 
– If your device connects to your operator site or any other home page, you have the settings. You don’t need to download settings – just start browsing and messaging! 
– If you receive an error message, move on to step 3. 

Step 3: Get settings from the Settings Wizard 
In case you have the Settings Wizard on your device follow the next steps, otherwise move on to step 4:
On the phone press the Menu key. 
– select Tools or Settings. (Note: The location of the Settings Wizard varies according to device)
– select Sett. wizard to launch the Nokia Settings Wizard. 
– select Operator. 
– Follow the wizard’s on screen steps to automatically configure the phone with the required operator service settings. 
– Repeat step 1  and 2 above to verify that the settings are now working correctly. 
If you experience further problems, move on to step 4.

Step 4: How to get settings from your Operator 
Contact your operator or service provider directly or via their internet pages for the settings.
5. Does my Nokia device support FOTA (Firmware Over-the-Air)?
Yes, your Nokia device supports FOTA (Firmware Over-the-Air) which enables you to update the device software over the air without need for PC connection. You may initiate phone software updates from the Phone updates menu or your service provider may initiate the updates by sending them over the air directly to your device. Then you will receive a request message on your Nokia device, asking to Install, Install Later or Discard the software update.
Note: Be sure to back up data before accepting a FOTA update. During the software update, you cannot use the device, even to make emergency calls, until the update is completed and the device is restarted.
To manually update the phone SW via the phone menu:
Select Menu > Settings > Phone > Phone updates.
Select Current softw.details (or Current sw details) to see the current software version.
Select Downl. phone softw. (or Downl. phone software) to download and install a phone software update (if an update is available). Select Packet data as Connection type. Follow the instructions on the display.
Select Install softw. update (or Install software update) to start the installation, if you cancelled the installation after the download, the software update may take several minutes.
Select SW update provider to get information about the provider
Select Auto sw update (or Automatic SW update) to set how often phone checks automatically whether there is a new sw available.
Notes:
If during the FOTA software update your phone turns off due to lack of battery power or the battery was removed, the FOTA software update will resume where it left off after you charge / re-insert the battery and turn the phone back on.
Calls received during the FOTA update will be forwarded to voicemail.
The FOTA software update will not cause phone malfunctions in normal cases.
If you postpone (Install Later) the FOTA software update request, you will receive the FOTA message again after every phone reboot or when connecting the charger with the phone turned on. If you reject (Discard),  later you can update manually via Phone updates menu.
If there are problems with the download or installation, contact your service provider.
4. How do I update the device software for Nokia S40/Symbian phones?
It’s easy – just use your phone’s software update application or Nokia Suite to download the update. The whole process should take less than ten minutes, depending on the speed of your connection. You can use:
• a Wi-Fi network that your phone is connected to
• your phone’s cellular data connection
• your PC’s internet connection, using Nokia Suite
If you use your phone’s cellular data connection to update the software, you may have to pay data charges. It’s usually faster and cheaper to use a Wi-Fi network or your PC’s internet connection. The update packages from Nokia are free of charge.
Update via your phone :
For most devices, select   Menu > Settings > Phone > Phone updates or  Menu > Applications > (Tools >)  SW Update. If you don’t find the software update application from these menu locations, check the correct one from the user guide.
Update via PC :
Install Nokia Suite to your PC from your local Nokia website.
Connect your phone to the PC via an USB cable.
Start Nokia  Suite, and select  Tools > Software updates.
Select the updates you want to download, and select Install.
3. What can I do if I cannot access the Internet with my Nokia phone?
Do the following:
Restore the original factory settings on your Nokia phone. For information on how to do this, see your Nokia phone’s user guide (y our personal data is not deleted in the reset). Retry.
Contact your network operator to check that Internet browsing is included in your service contract (SIM card). Also verify that roaming is supported when you are not within your home network.
Make sure your Nokia phone is running the latest software. For downloads and assistance, go to ýour local Nokia website’s support page .
If you are still unable to access the Internet, bring your Nokia phone to nearest Nokia Care Point for inspection.
2. How do I find the IMEI number of my Nokia phone?
There are several ways to find the IMEI number (15 digits) of your phone, for instance:
Dial *# 06#  (works for most of Nokia phones).
See the label on the back cover (for phones with non-removable battery).
Remove the back cover and battery, and see the label on the battery holder (for phones with removable battery).
See the label on the sales package box.
1. What is the lock code or security code of my Nokia phone?
If you forget or lose the lock code or security code, try first the default lock code 12345. If it is not accepted, contact the nearest Nokia Care point to unlock your device. To find nearest location to you, go to your local Nokia website, and navigate to Support > Troubleshooting (or  Nokia Care ).
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