WEB170 » 04) Create Your Content & Menu System

After you install & set-up WordPress on your own server and have created a set of template files to work from, you will now need to…

1) Create the pages for your site:

Mike's Demo Set of Pages

Mike’s Demo Set of Pages

2) Insert written content into your pages:

Sample Written Content

Sample Written Content

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3) Create a menu system of your pages:

Sample Menu System

Sample Menu System


  1. For your page structure you should (at this time) create a set of main level pages that include a) an about page b) a blog page c) a contact page and d) at least one other main category page like a services or portfolio page.
  2. One of these main level pages must include a set of three sub level pages.
  3. ALL pages should include text that represents a) a level 1 or 2 heading, b) at least two level 2 or 3 headings, c) at least two paragraphs per headline, d) one ordered list,  e) one unordered list, f) a block quote and g) a text link.
  4. You will need to create a “Main” menu system that is representative of these pages and their hierarchy.
  5. I will check your Protosite’s “View” link from your Client Staging Area according to the class Schedule (Spring) to review and grade.


This portion of the Premium Design Works website is written by Mike Sinkula for the Web Design & Development students at Seattle Central College and the Human Centered Design & Engineering students at the University of Washington.