No. You can create as many Web sites on the Commons as you want.
A post is a chronological, journal style entry that has a date and time. A page is a more static type of entry and has the feel of a traditional website. If your site is a “blog” you probably will want your homepage to display your most recent posts. If your site is more of a traditional web site, you might want to assign one of your pages as your homepage. Follow this link for more information.
To make a particular post private, follow these steps when you are editing your post: 1.Navigate to the Publish module on the right side of the page. (The Publish module is used to set who can read your posts.)
Under the Visibility area you can choose to make your post either:
- “Password protected” (in which case you will enter a password that you will then share with whomever you wish to view your post) or;
- “Private” (which means that only blog Editors and Administrators will be able to view your post).
Select “OK” then “Publish”/”Update”. These changes will go into effect immediately, but can be updated anytime if you choose to change the visibility of your post.
Here is the list of accepted file types (through the WordPress media uploader):
Please check out Michael Cripps’s wonderful guide to aligning images in WPMu.
Go to Dashboard, then Plugins (on the left) and search for PDF Embedder. Once installed, click Add Media while creating your post or page to insert the PDF.
On your WordPress Dashboard, go to Appearance>>Reading. Make sure you have a page set up to be your front page. Optionally, create a page that will display your posts. Select page(s) from drop down.
Go to Dashboard >> Tools >> Delete Site and follow the prompts.