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Library’s Story

Websites made easy for Oklahoma Libraries.

Check out the OKPLS sponsored sites!

If you are a public library or literacy group in Oklahoma, 
OKPLS can help you set up a WordPress site. 

Bristow

Bristow and Locust Grove

The Montfort & Allie B. Jones library in Bristow and the Locust Grove Library both have the basic theme. These have icons with text, a scrolling book widget, and a FAQs area. And, in different ways, each website promotes eBooks, the online catalog, research resources, and the library’s events and news. We love the ability…
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Who We Are

We’re the Oklahoma Department of Libraries, a state agency. We’ve been supporting and developing public libraries in many ways for decades. We’re proud to serve Oklahomans by helping libraries promote services and resources to their communities.

What We Do

Public libraries and literacy organizations in Oklahoma can get a WordPress website through the Office of Library Development at the Oklahoma Department of Libraries. We give you training, support and hosting for free. The program is funded in part by the Institute of Museums and Library Services.

FAQs

Want to know who can join and how? Get the quick answers to these questions and more.

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Semantic Structure

How you style content goes beyond the visible. Using headings in the right way helps everyone.

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Accessibility

Here are a few things you can do to help everyone, no matter abilities, use your website.

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Page Builder Tips

Some pages are edited with the page builder. Get help with things like changing the homepage slider.

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