Making theme stay on banner; beginner questions
I am totally new to blogs and have inherited administration of our not-for-profit’s site. I have searched for answers in several places and can’t find solutions.
The site has an established banner theme with a photo. Upon upgrading to 2.3.1 the banner reverted to the default Word Press theme. I can go to presentation and click on our banner theme to get it back, but that is a temporary solution. Upon signing off the theme is lost again. How can I make it stay?
Also, I’m confused about when to write a post and when to write a page. I want our newsletters to appear one after (or before) another for the year before archiving; also want one-shot stories that will be archived when they are no longer relevant. Also don’t understand how to make multiple pages within a category. Do I need to type separate posts or pages when I run out of room on one?
Am having trouble uploading pictures. Would like multiple pictures of an item in the article (page or post). I seem to only get one and it is accompanied by it’s file name and path to it. I just want pictures.
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