2.1 Order the post in a logical sequence

To organise posts in a logical sequence I took full advantage of the menu structure that can be created within WordPress. I achieved this by creating a hierarchy of categories and posts to create a top menu and sub menus appropriate to tasks.

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This is demonstrated through my professional photography practice units, where the menu system helped organise my posts in a logical sequence.


Within the posts I was able to organise information in a logical way, using headings and subheadings to define and separate information. I was able to incorporate a variety of medias and links to support my posts within the context.
Below I was planning a shoot and was able to embed a responsive Google map detailing the shoot locations and details:

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I always provide a context to images including quotes, clearing formatting different sections of text to distinguish content.

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An extended view of the post shows how I have used the text format tools and made use of paragraphs, headings, subheading and use of images within the layout of a singular post. Throughout the course I have always intended to organise my posts in a clear and informative way.

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I used posts and categories within the customizer tool in WordPress to implement the menu structure in a logical and clear layout.

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For the visual aspects of my portfolio, I have used the layout of the blog to prioritise and feature images, to show examples of my work and how I achieved the work, with supporting screenshots of Photoshop etc

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This was an important as it allowed me to create a visually strong and engaging portfolio.Screen Shot 2018-06-25 at 12.52.57.png

Within WordPress, I was able to change the layout of the featured images – with a range of options. I utilised this in different contexts, in the above images I was able to have my images side by side – comparing the two different versions of the same design.

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