If you or your students are adding multiple images per post, you should download the Contact Sheet plug-in (or similar image management plugin). There are a host of stylesheets that you can drop in to adjust the placement and shape of thumbnails. Contact Sheet with the default Charrette styling appears below. You can control the size of the thumbnails, medium sized image and large image (lightbox size) in the Settings>Media area. If you’ve already uploaded images, you can use the “Regenerate Thumbnails” tool to make more thumbnails.
If you are dropping in single images, insert images from the Add Media button or insert using HTML code.
Make an image the maximum width by using the classname “fullwidth” in an image tag.
Admin users (the instructor and TA) may add posts to the Custom Post Type called Absences. Adding a post with the author name of the student, the date he/she was absent, titling it with the reason, and categorizing as late or excused (if appropriate), will generate a record for the absence.
You may view the absence on the student’s author page when logged in.
Class name of “spot” uses the spot color red
Class name “grey” uses the standard site grey
Attaching a classname of “hide” to an element will make it disappear. Useful if you want to keep something handy, but don’t want it to appear on the site.
Attach the classname “indent” to indent a block of copy or other element
Attach the classname “indentelseblock” to indent a block of copy to match the left margin of the larger indention on the home page
You can use class “right” to float content to the right.
You can use class “left” to float content to the left.
You can use class “imageright” or “imageleft” to do the same with images but have extra margin around those images.
This is a paragraph with css class “agate”. You can attach agate to other elements, too