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  • Resolved ke vinritt

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    I built a website for a school several years ago and I’d like to move it over to WordPress. My problem is is that I set it up so teachers can update their homework without needing to know HTML (I used PHP and forms)Is there a way in WordPress to set up pages so they function similarly to this page? The teachers can just log in and update the homework on their own. I’d like to be able to set it up with the 5 days of the week for each subject like it is now.

    Thanks

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  • ke vinritt

    (@ke-vinritt)

    I’d like to add that doing the rest of the site in WordPress is not an issue – it’s just the functionality of the homework page that I need to maintain. We have 8 clusters of 4-5 teachers. The homework pages are set up by cluster but each teacher enters his/ her own homework for each day. Currently, the older homework is not saved in a database (the new homework overwrites the old) I’d like to save the older homework for reference for parents.

    Thanks for any help

    ke vinritt

    (@ke-vinritt)

    has anyone created a school website using WP

    ke vinritt

    (@ke-vinritt)

    I’ve Googled this and cannot find anything. Can this be done somehow?

    This could be achieved using Custom Post Types and Taxonomies. I would start with this plugin and see how that goes, but it can be done.

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/custom-post-type-ui/

    ke vinritt

    (@ke-vinritt)

    Thanks Shayne – I’ll try it out.

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