Trinity Portfolio Workshop

Resources for Student Portfolio Builders

Getting Started

What is a Trinity Portfolio

In short – it’s your website. In your portfolio, you’ll collect your Trinity experiences and document them in portfolio posts. Then,…

Remove placeholder text from your front page

The front page of your portfolio site will have placeholder content. Usually, students use this page for a biography or…

Adding & Assigning Categories

Post categories are vital to the structure of your portfolio. You use categories to group related posts and to create…

Add portfolio posts

Once you have successfully logged in to your Trinity Portfolio, there are a few ways to  add new portfolio posts.

Upload a paper, presentation or other portfolio artifact

This post will describe how to embed a paper or presentation in a portfolio post as a PDF. There are different…

Set up your navigation menu

Adding Categories to Menus Adding a new category to your posts doesn’t mean that the Category Archive page for that…

Add a photo essay to your portfolio

A photo essay a series of photographs that, when combined with text in a specific sequence, tell a story about your…

Set up your front page

Your site’s front page (also sometimes called a “landing” page) is probably going to be the most visited page on…

Adding a post to your main navigation

Many portfolio makers want to add a post, especially one with their resume, directly to the main navigation of their…

Edit your portfolio & access the WordPress Dashboard

Once you’ve created your Trinity Portfolio site, you can access the WordPress Dashboard from a variety of entry points.

Use the Customizer to change the look of your site

The WordPress Customizer is the easiest and fastest way to change the layout, colors and typography of your Trinity portfolio…

Choose and apply colors

Choosing colors for your portfolio can be a daunting task. Fortunately, there are lots (and lots, and lots, and lots…)…

Chose fonts for your portfolio

There are hundreds of fonts you can choose from for your Trinity portfolio, and it can be a bit overwhelming…

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