Email alias

Email address aliases

Posted Posted in PC 8005

When planning an activity, you may be in a situation where you want to pre-register multiple social media accounts ahead of class and provide login access to groups. A common misconception is that you need a unique email address for each account (e.g., bob+smith@xyz.ca, tammy.ci@site.com, etc…). This simply isn’t the case. Instead, you can use an old email technique called “aliasing” to create multiple email addresses that point to the same email account. Example: test.user+group01@ryerson.ca test.user+group02@ryerson.ca […]

WordPress

WordPress: privacy settings

Posted Posted in CMN 210, CMN 288, PC 8005, Wordpress

By design, WordPress blogs are inherently public. However, procomblogs.ca has additional privacy controls for you to limit how accessible your blog is to others. To change these from your blog dashboard, click Settings > Reading.   Next, you must select a privacy option for your blog site. Note: if your class is using an aggregator blog, you must use the default (public) or “Discourage search engines from indexing this site” options. If you are not contributing to […]