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Do you have content that appears on multiple pages of your website? Have you ever updated your hours on one page but forgotten another? Having the same content duplicated is a recipe for outdated information. Using Shortcodes in WordPress you can avoid this problem entirely. With Shortcodes you can write and update your content in one place, and have it appear on multiple pages.

In this webinar you’ll learn:
How to create and manage Shortcodes
How do use Shortcodes to simplify the code on your page
How to use plugins to better manage your Shortcodes
How use built-in Shortcodes if you’re using the free WordPress.com

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Original broadcast November 8, 2016 

Biography ~ Chad Haefele
Chad Haefele is the Emerging Technologies Librarian at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. As part of the User Experience Department, he explores evaluation and improvement of the campus libraries’ web presence and other points of interaction with users. Chad’s (WordPress-powered) blog is at HiddenPeanuts.com. Chad’s book, WordPress for Libraries, was published by Rowman & Littlefield in 2015.