23 Dec '13, 6pm

Teach Your Students to Code with a .BIZ:

Teach Your Students to Code with a .BIZ:

Once you’ve set your sights on teaching students to create their own websites, you need to find stellar tools to accomplish this goal. Name.com offers a tool called RapidPress that will give your students their own blog with just a click of a button. It's a great solution because once your students have a blog up, they can pick which plugins and themes they want to use, and figure out how to tweak their site to do what they want it to do. Using RapidPress (which is powered by WordPress) is the perfect way to ease your students into coding and get them in the frame of mind of a web developer, and .BIZ is the perfect domain extension for your students' first websites.

Full article: http://www.name.com/blog/general/domains/2013/12/teach-yo...

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