Difficulty levels range from 1-10, one being the easiest to 10 being the hardest. If you need any assistance, please contact Overhaulics at 888.978.8430.

Create New Blog/News Post

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  1. Log in to your WordPress Administration Panel (Dashboard).
  2. Click the ‘Posts‘ tab.
  3. Click the ‘Add New‘ sub-tab.
  4. Start filling in the blanks: enter your post title in the upper field, and enter your post body content in the main post editing box below it. This section is a lot like Microsoft Word. Be sure to click the toggle toolbar button next to the teal magic wand to show more options.
  5. As needed, select a category, add tags, set an image and make other selections from the sections below the post. (Each of these sections is explained in high detail in the full article.)
  6. When you are ready, click Publish.
    • To schedule a post for a specific date, click edit next to “Publish immediately” and set a date and time.

Categories: This determines where on your site the posts will show up and under which category. For news be sure to select news. If you want to create a new topic, feel free to “Add New Category”. This will allow users to sort by topics instead of just date.

Featured Image: You can find this setting while editing a post all the way at the bottom of the right most column. This is the image that shows above the excerpt of the article on the homepage and on the news page. Without an image being set, a default blank image will be used.

Magic Wand: The magic wand will allow you to add features of the site to your post such as buttons, galleries, maps and more.

Edit the wording on a page of the website

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  1. Log in to your WordPress Administration Panel (Dashboard).
  2. Click the ‘Pages‘ tab.
  3. Click on the name of the page you wish to edit.
    • You will see boxes that make up the layout of the page and this should closely represent what is shown on the website.
  4. Click on any of the elements to edit them.
    • Titles and paragraphs of text are easy to spot.
  5. Edit the wording in the editor provided.
  6. Click the blue “Save” button at the bottom of the screen.
  7. Click the blue “Update” button on the upper right of the screen.

Update/Add new PDFs to the site.

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Upload the PDF to the PDF folder:

  1. Log in to your WordPress Administration Panel (Dashboard).
  2. Click the ‘Media‘ tab on the left.
  3. Click “Add New” next to Media Library.addnewmedia
  4. Open the folder on your computer with the PDF in it. Select the PDF and then drag and drop it into the box that says “Drop files here”. Or click the “Select Files” button and browse to it manually and select it.
    • The file will be uploaded.
  5. Wait for the file to finish uploading and then click “Media” again. This time in the Folders section click the “/” to select the root folder which is where all new uploads will be. slash
  6. Select the file using the check-box next to it.
  7. Drag and drop the PDF into the PDFs Folder under Site Files.
  8. Confirm the PDF is in the PDF folder by clicking on it.
  9. Select the PDF you wish to use on your site by clicking on the title.
  10. Under the “Save” box on the top right copy the URL from the File URL box.
  11. You can now have a button, link or menu item direct to this URL and the PDF will open in the users browser in a new tab.

Updating Dates and Rates

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2 / 8

Editing Dates and Rates on Pages:

Use the same instructions from the “Edit the wording on a page of the website” guide above to edit the following pages:

Some will be text fields, some will be tables, and the homepage uses an Icon Box. All will have their own pop-ups and the text is easy to edit.

Editing Dates and Rates on the Menu Drop-down:

This was custom coded, you will need someone who is proficient in html to make changes. Below is the code in plan text.

If you wish to attempt to update this, please call Overhaulics for instructions or have Overhaulics make the changes.

First Session: Tuesday July 5th (29 Sivan) – Tuesday August 2nd (27 Tammuz) $2200 US / $2800 CND
Second Session: Tuesday August 2nd (27th Tammuz) – Monday August 29th (25 Av) $2200 US / $2800 CND
Full Summer: Tuesday July 5th (29 Sivan) – Monday August 29th (25 Av) $4300 US / $5600 CND


NY Bus, $165 Round Trip / $90 One Way
First Session: Departs Monday July 4th, 10:00 pm – Return Tuesday August 2nd, 8:00 pm
Second Session: Departs Monday August 1st, 10:00 pm – Returns Monday August 29th, 8:00 pm
Montreal Bus, $30 Round Trip / $20 One Way
First Session: Departs Tuesday July 5th, 9:00 am – Returns Tuesday August 2nd, 12:00 pm
Second Session: Departs Tuesday August 2nd, 9:00 am – Returns Monday August 29th, 12:00 pm
Flight: Airport Pick Up Please be sure to complete and submit flight form – $50 Round Trip / $25 One Way
First Session: Arrival: Tuesday July 5th, 8:00 am – 1:00 pm Departure: Tuesday August 2nd, 2:30 pm – 7:00 pm
Second Session: Arrival: Tuesday August 2nd, 8:00 am – 1:00 pm Departure: Monday August 29th,11:00 am – 3:00 pm

Embed a video in a post or page.

It is highly recommended that you understand the “Edit the wording on a page of the website” guide above and watch the video before attempting to add video to a page.  When adding video to a page, you must have a Text Block content element that you are adding the code to. Text fields using the HTML editor (HTML tab) are the only place the code can be added to pages.

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  1. On a computer, go to the YouTube video you want to embed.
  2. Under the video, click Share .
  3. Click Embed.
  4. From the box that appears, copy the HTML code.
  5. Paste the code into your blog or website HTML.
    • Please note, you must paste the code into the HTML tab while editing a page or post and not the Visual Tab. The Visual tab will show the code in plain text.



  1. On a computer, use your browser to go to the Vimeo video you want to embed.
  2. Under the video, click Share .
  3. Copy the Embed code.
    • For more options you can click the “+ Show option” link.
  4. Paste the code into your blog or website HTML.
    • Please note, you must paste the code into the HTML tab while editing a page or post and not the Visual Tab. The Visual tab will show the code in plain text.

Add a New Album to the Gallery (Flickr)

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This is a long one but not very hard once you learn the process and understand the reasons for it being setup this way.  Just follow the instructions exactly until you have done it a few times and understand why each step is part of the process.

The reason Flickr is used instead of uploading images to the site is that the sheer number of photos will use a lot of storage and slow down the site. Flickr also allows parents to easily download photos.


Create the Flickr Album: 

  1. Login to https://www.flickr.com/ using the [email protected] account.
    • Pass: Liba-7354575
  2. Once logged in click the upload cloud in the top right.
  3. Drag and drop one album’s worth of photos into this page.
  4. On the left-hand side click “Add to Albums” and name your album appropriately. This name will show on the site.
  5. Click the blue upload button in the top right corner to begin the upload process. Wait for this to finish.
  6. Optional: If this is the first album of the year, create a new collection with the year as the name. (Ex. 2022)
  7. Once you have a collection created for this year/season mouse over “You” in the top bar next to the Flickr logo and then click on “Albums”.
  8. Click on the “New collection” link in the top right of the albums.
    • (I am aware this is counter-intuitive if we already have the collection created, but its just the fastest way to get where we need to be)
  9. Drag and drop all of your new album(s) into the 2022 collection in the left-hand column.

PRO TIP: You can also upload directly from mobile phones into this album if the phone is logged into the same email account.

Website Directions:

Clone and modify an existing album:

  1. Login to the WordPress Dashboard
  2. In the left-hand menu click on “Portfolio Items”
  3. Mouse over a recent album and click “Clone”
  4. Click the title of the cloned album to edit it.
  5. Rename the Album
    • I recommend making this the same as you have named the album on Flickr just to keep everything consistent.
  6. Scroll down to the “Link portfolio item to external URL” section and update the URL to have the new Flickr album ID from your new album instead of the ID from the portfolio entry you cloned.
    • You can find the Album ID in the URL of the album when viewing it in Flickr.

Categorizing, Setting the Featured Image and Publishing:


  • To have the album show up on the gallery page on the site under the correct year, you will need to select the correct year under the “Portfolio Categories” box on the right hand side.
    • Click “Add new Category” if this is the first album of this year/season and add the new year.

Featured Image:

  • The last box on the right column of the page lets you select the featured image for the album. This is the image that represents the album and is like an album cover. You want this to represent the contents of the album as best as possible.  To set an image:
    • Click “Remove featured image” to remove the existing image.
    • Click the “Set featured image” link.
    • Upload one single image from the album to the site that you feel best represents the album. This will show as the preview for the album on the gallery page.
    • Click the blue “Set featured image” button.


  • This section is very important and determines when the post was published. If this is a brand new album for the current session, you will not need to change the publish date. However, if this is an older album from a previous year, you will need to click the Edit button and change the year to match. This will help prevent the old album from showing up on the homepage as a newly added album. We want the homepage to just be the most recent albums from the current year.
  • To make the album live, click the blue “Publish” button.

Add the Albums to the Main Menu:

(If the year link doesn’t already exist under Galleries)

Clone and modify an existing gallery page:

  1. Coming Soon, see video below.