As ye have seen I have a few days without writing anything, well, that's because it's still pretty excasa one weeks time.
But what was said in the post title, I could have avoided Scheduling posts of the week for example, if I knew in advance about who was going to write, is that WordPress offers you the ability to schedule posts and is automatically published on the date they specify, which is useful if you be busy few days, but before you have free time to write the post, or if you're a few days away, but you have to write something.
For example I already I have scheduled the following Minigame Monday 2/26/07 to be published that day at 8 am specifically.
How do you program a post in WordPress?
Based on my previous experience and has been successful, what I've done is this:
1) Write the post normally (Control Panel / Writing / Write entry)
2) Once written, look at the drop down menus to the right part, and displays that says: Date for entry
*! Eye!, By default, the date edit box is unchecked, so mark it as pictured.
* Once done, the next thing you have to do is put the date and time at which you want to display the Post:
- The dropdown menu refers to the month.
- The image 22 is the day of the month you want to appear, and in 2007, the year.
- The numbers behind the @, refer to the time you want to see the post.
So modify them according to your preferences.
Remember: So far, you've written the post, you marked the date edit box, and have modified the data according to your preferences.
3) The next step is to deploy the menu "Input Status" which by default should look something like:
Well, what you have to do is change the input status from Draft to Published:
4) Congratulations, you've scheduled your post, now you just have to give Post the entrance, and if all goes well, in the control panel / dashboard on the right menu you'll see something like this:
Well I think this is it, I hope I was not wrong and that works, but you can leave comments if there is something wrong. This I have done based on the Version 2.3.1 of WordPress, for earlier versions, I think it is the same.