The WordPress Codex has excellent instructions documenting how to use the content editor to add, edit, and remove links.
All of the websites for the College’s academic departments include a “courses” page, most of which include the following information:
The “Courses” template in the “Hermione” WordPress theme (available to websites hosted on forge.lafayette.edu) can generate this list automatically. You specify the academic program you’d like to feature, and then the template queries the College catalog for a list of courses associated with that program. It then displays that information on the page, updating it as changes (edits to course descriptions, the addition or deletion of courses, etc.) occur in the College catalog.
If you have an existing, hand-crafted courses page that lives at the web address “http://yourdeptname.lafayette.edu/courses”, you will need to rename it before creating your new template-driven “Courses” page. If you don’t, and try to create a new page called “Courses”, the web address for that page will become “http://yourdeptname.lafayette.edu/courses-2”.
Note: Doing this will break any “Courses” links on your website, but we’ll quickly fix that by creating the new “Courses” page.
Adding another academic offering: You can have multiple academic offerings to a page. To do so, click the [Add Row] button under “Course Catalog” when editing the page, then choose the second academic offering you’d like to add. Each section will be separated by the title of that offering.
Adding text: The open-ended text field below the page title field can be used to add supplemental text to the page.