Monthly Archive: September 2018

Twenty Thirteen, straight to the point

Hypotheses offers its users access to the graphic themes developed by WordPress teams in priority, to insure greater durability, consistency and long-term flexibility for the platform. Find all the graphic themes available in the...

Gutenberg, the new WordPress text editor

In 2018, the WordPress text editor is evolving in depth. The text editor you know well, named TinyMCE, is replaced by a new concept called Gutenberg on all sites using the WordPress software. This...

Insert an image in a widget area

You can easily add a clickable image in a widget area on your blog, to refer your readers to a publication for which you are displaying the cover, to one of your academic institutions...

Multimedia in your articles

You can add many types of media to the articles, pages and some widgets in your blog: videos, sound recordings, flipbooks, presentation documents, interactive maps, etc., that belong to you or that you have...

Add an event calendar to your blog

Would you like to display a calendar of your unit’s activities, laboratory events or seminar dates? The “Calendar” widget in the list of widgets on Hypotheses only allows you to display the dates on...

How do the Hypotheses portals work?

Hypotheses now includes several thousand research blogs run by a vast community of bloggers from all countries who can publish in all languages. The platform is organized into linguistic subdivisions that currently correspond to...

Set-up a profile image on Hypotheses

WordPress allows anyone with a user account on a Hypotheses blog to define a profile image. This profile image appears next to the author’s signature on a content, and if the person comments on...

Discussion settings options

More than just venues for sharing your research, Hypotheses blogs are forums for discussions open to everyone. On the blog itself, this discussion includes the possibility for your readers to leave comments under your...