How to Organize your Content Through Navigation and Wayfinding

A talk by Shanta Nathwani
Solutions Architect, Namara Technologies

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There is so much confusion about what types of things should be put on a page and what should be in a post. Static vs. Dynamic content is the best way to tackle this. An “About Us” page would be just that… A PAGE. If you are talking about something that is more time sensitive, then you want to do a post. Connected to this would be Categories and Tags. What are they? When creating a website, you can edit a menu to include not only pages, but also category archives that can create a more complete experience for small businesses. This is not just how to do it but WHY you should do it. This gives an in depth look at the justification for placement of content on your website and way finding.

Ask Me Three Questions

Ask me three questions about content strategy using navigation and wayfinding! What can you ask? e.g. How do I change the menu on my WordPress website? How do I organize my photographs on my photography website? Are there any times that the rules should be broken? You'll get a personalized email from me answering your most burning questions about how to organize the content on your website. Limited to five entries. Offer opens at 9 am on May 2, 2020 and closes at midnight.

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Shanta Nathwani

Shanta has been working in WordPress since 2010 and gave her first WordCamp talk in 2012 in Toronto. Since then, she has given over 40 WordCamp talks over North America, mostly on beginner and content strategy talks. She holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree in Information Technology Management, a Certificate in Full Stack Web Development and was a professor at Sheridan College and Mohawk College teaching web development and WordPress for 6 years.

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