WordPress Quiz: Taglines, Headlines, and Sidebars


Take the Quiz – 3 Questions

Difficulty Levels (1-10)

Easy: 1-3
Medium: 4-7
Hard: 8-10

 

1. Two Part Question:

a. Under which main menu section would you add or change a tagline? (For example, is it under “Posts” or “Media” or “Links,” etc.?)

b. After you are in the correct main menu section, under which subsection would you find the tagline edit box?

Difficulty – Easy (2/10)

 

2. Inside the Writing Editor, how do you turn text into different sized headlines?

 

Difficulty – Easy (3/10)

 

3. What is the code needed to call a sidebar in a WordPress template?

 Difficulty – Medium/Hard (7.5/10)

 

 ANSWERS BELOW

 

1. Two Part Question:

a. Under which main menu section would you add or change a tagline? (For example, is it under “Posts” or “Media” or “Links,” etc.?)

Answer: Under “Settings”

b. After you are in the correct main menu section, under which subsection would you find the tagline edit box?

 Answer: Under “General”

Difficulty – Easy (2/10)

 

2. Inside the Writing Editor, how do you turn text into different sized headlines?

Answer:  

1. Click on the Expand button.
2. Choose “Paragraph.”
3. Choose your heading size. (You will have to select/highlight your text first, of course.)

Difficulty – Easy (3/10)

 

3. What is the code needed to call a sidebar in a WordPress template?

 Answer:

<?php get_sidebar(); ?>

See more about WordPress templates here.

See more about calling sidebars, etc. here.

 Difficulty – Medium/Hard (7.5/10)

About this Quiz

This WordPress quiz is something we have decided to try out. The idea is to do one every week. If people are interested in it, we’ll keep it up. So let us know what you think.

Also, let us know what you think about the ratings for each question. This is sometimes hard to judge. Keep in mind that this is for EVERYONE who uses WordPress, from total beginners to highly experienced users.

Note: Almost everything that is code related will be either “hard” or “medium-hard.” If you’re a coder, then realize that this stuff may be easy for you, but that’s not the case for most people. So please keep that in mind when judging the difficulty of the questions.

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