The bbPress forum plugin is available in Classcaster. bbPress is forum software from the creators of WordPress that allows Classcaster blog owners to add a discussion area to their blogs. To get started with bbPress follow these steps: Login to your Classcaster blog From your dashboard open plugins In the list of available plugins find […]
This is Elmer’s Classcaster presentation at the 2010 CALI Conference for Law School Computing.
Creating a virtual static front page does not require editing or coding of files or templates. Using the default configuration for a “static front page” in WordPress does not remove the sidebar or change the look of the entire site, just the content area. To create the static front page, go to the WordPress Administration Panels. […]
The Domain Mapping plugin for Classcaster allows bloggers to use their own domain name with a Classcaster blog. With a little planning and direction CALI member law schools can use the plugin to create a custom blogging domain for their schools. All you need is a CALI account and the ability to create (or have […]
Creating a new Classcaster blog is easy! Just visit the Classcaster home page and click on the ‘Create a blog here!‘ link to get started. All you need is a CALI account associated with a CALI member school to log in. Once you login, just complete the form to create your Classcaster blog. That’s all there […]
We understand that not everyone wants or is able to use a classcaster.net domain for their blog. You may already have a domain that you use for a blog you would like to move to Classcaster or your organization may require that all websites and blogs use your organization’s domain name. That’s OK because we […]
Classcaster makes it easy to add additional authors or editors to your blog. Please note that for security reasons we require that everyone who is going to log in to a Classcaster blog have a valid, authorized CALI account. Classcaster uses the same account username and password as the CALI website. Details on getting a […]
By default Classcaster displays your CALI username as the author name on your posts. For many faculty this username is often your email address. Changing it to display your real name is a good idea and pretty straight forward. Just login to your dashboard, on the left menu look for the ‘Users’ link, click on […]