Depending on the theme that you are using for your blog you will have different options on how you can (or can’t in some instances) manipulate the fonts in your posts. If you are using the original FIT template and … Continue reading →
The log-in migration has been completed for all of the FIT blogs. This means that at this point you will only be able to log into your FIT account with your FIT username and password. If you are having any … Continue reading →
Do you have a nickname you prefer to go by? Or do you want just your first name to show when you post? No sweat. Click on your name on the upper-right corner of the page from the dashboard to … Continue reading →
I recently stumbled upon this proofreading option within the profile options in WordPress. I tend to write a post when the moment strikes and even though my computer’s OS picks up on most typos, I am loving the build in … Continue reading →
So what’s the deal with having “Jetpack” in your dashboard other than knowing that is where you go to find your blog stats now? Well, there is a lot of functionality there that you can take advantage of. An extra … Continue reading →
FIT Community: IT for FIT needs to install critical security upgrades to MyFIT on Sep. 13 from 7am-8am. During this time, MyFIT will be unavailable. Thank you for your patience as we continue to upgrade FIT systems Users should not reply directly to this email, but should send any comments to firstname.lastname@example.org IT 4 FIT […]
For all of our Apple lovers out there today is the day that Apple will announce the new LTE iPhone5. Some say the screen might be bigger, perhaps a little taller? The world will have to wait and see…….
Here are a quick set of instructions on how to create your profile on Lynda.com. Please note that you must access Lynda.com for the first time through the MyFIT portal in order to gain access. After you have created your profile, you may continue to access Lynda.com through MyFIT or you will be able to […]