- Why use WordPress for intranet sites?
- Managing access, users, roles, and capabilities
- Integrating single sign-on
- Adding calendars into an intranet site
- Creating staff directories
- Including an advanced knowledge base system with an FAQ
- Maintaining an offline WordPress site
- Updating plugins and themes
Skill Level Advanced
- [Morten] So you want to build an intranet site or your company or organization has an intranet of some sort and you want to make a web portal for it so your staff or members can easily access information in one central location. Or maybe you've inherited or taken over an existing intranet site and need to get your bearings right now. Intranet sites powered by WordPress are becoming more and more common and this course is designed to help you figure out how an intranet site powered by WordPress can help your organization with better internal communication and processes. This is the second edition of this course and to prepare, I reached out to 10 people who manage intranet sites for everything from small businesses to large multinational corporations to find out what tools they use, what challenges they face, and how to make the most of WordPress as a platform for an intranet site. What you'll see in the following chapters is the result of all of this research, a no-nonsense, straight to the point breakdown of how to achieve common goals and tasks on an intranet site using WordPress, a handful of plugins, and some clever setups and configurations. Intranet sites are as unique as the people and organizations who use them and I've spent the time figuring out what common needs and challenges they have and how best to solve them with WordPress. So let's get crackin'.