Ich habe keine besondere Begabung, sondern bin nur leidenschaftlich neugierig.

Albert Einstein, *1879 †1955 wikipedia

Hallo!

Ich bin auf der Suche nach einer neuen Herausforderung mit einer langfristigen Perspektive, die mir eine kreative, abwechslungsreiche und verantwortungsvolle Tätigkeit bietet.

Meine name ist Yildiz Özkan (Pseudonym: Pery Mason)

Geboren am 18 April 1965 in Izmir, Türkei

Von 1982 bis 1987 studiert Biology und Basic and Industrial Mikrobiology in Ege Universität in Izmir, Türkei

Von 1988 bis 2001 gearbeitet als Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin in Staatsdienst / Innenministerium, Ankara/Türkei

Die Dienstleistungen war: in Krankenanstalten, im Rettungswesen, in der Sozial und Behindertenhilfe, in der Altenbetreuung, in der Krankenbetreuung, in der Gesundheitsvorsorge, in der Betreuung von Drogenabhängigen, beim Dienst in Forensische Unterschungen, in der Betreuung von Vertriebenen, Asylwerbern und Flüchtlingen sowie von Menschen in Schubhaft, während Einsätzen bei Epidemien, bei Tätigkeiten im Rahmen der Zivilen Landesverteidigung in der Katastrophenhilfe und im Zivilschutz, beim Dienst in inländischen Gedenkstätten insbesondere für Opfer des Nationalsozialismus, in der Vorsorge für die öffentliche Sicherheit und die Sicherheit im Strassenverkehr und als Dienst in den Bereichen des Umweltschutzes.

Tätigkeiten in mehrere ländern z.B: Austria, Afghanistan, Albania, Bulgaria, Ex Yugoslavia, Hungaria, Macedonia, Griechenland, Belgien, Poland, Ex USSR, Azerbaijan, Iran, Saudi Arabia, Syria, Iraq, Afrika, Tibet, Vereinigte Arabische Emirate, Italien, Romania, Taiwan, Singapur, India, Deutschland, Norwegien, Frankreich, Republik Zypern.

Im 2002, einreise in der Schweiz.

Von 2002 bis 2003 Forma Vitrum, St. Gallen gearbeitet als Qualitätsverantwortliche

Von 2005 bis 2014 Save Our Streams, Bern Getränkekarton Recycling Projekt Koordinator
(http://www.getraenkekarton.ch/sites/default/files/GKR_Statusbericht_21-05-2015.pdf Seiten Nr. 18)

Von Oktober 2015 bis Dezember 2016  TWENTYSE7EN Haus des Sports in Ittigen, gearbeitet als Administrative Assistantin

Von 2003 bis weiteres verheiretet, ohne Kinder.

im 2014 eingebürgert Schweizer Nationalität.

 

Fachgebiet Kriminalbiologie 

Restriktionsfragmentlängenpolymorphismus (kurz: RFLP)
Polymerasekettenreaktion (kurz PCR)
Die DNA- Typisierung („Genetischer Fingerabdruck“)
Die forensische Entomologie
Kriminalbiologischen Techniken die Untersuchung von Leicheninsekten (forensische Entomologie)
Die Untersuchung von Blutspuren) u.s.w.

Sprachkenntnisse
Türkisch  Muttersprache
Englisch  Excellent
Deutsch  Gut
Französisch Grundkenntnisse

EDV-Kenntnisse
Betriebssysteme Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X, iOS, Linux (Debian) Office & Textverarbeitung Microsoft Office, Apple iWork, OpenOffice, Acrobat
Grafikbearbeitung Adobe Creative Suite
Video- & Audiobearbeitung Adobe Production Studio, Final Cut Pro
Auszeichnungssprachen HTML5, PHP, CSS, 
Wordpress

Interessen & Hobbys
Sailing, Tauchen, Schwimmen, Wandern, Bogenschiessen
In- & Auslandsreisen Kennenlernen fremder Kulturen, Sprachen

Ich bin ein Grosser fan von Roadrunner. Meep Meep 🙂

Sonstiges
Katastrophenhundeführerin Türkei (1990/2001)
Bogenschiessen – Nationalteam Türkei (1983/1996)

Für weitere Informationen, Arbeitszeugnisse und Referenzen, bitte setzen Sie sich mit mir in Verbindung: hello(at)perymason.ch

The User Dashboard is a cluster of pages that are grouped together in a “dashboard”. You can see an example of this on the Reach demo:

Reach User Dashboard

To set the User Dashboard up, all you need to do is create a new menu.

  1. Go to Appearance > Menus.
  2. Enter a name for the menu and click the Create Menu button.
  3. You can now add menu items by adding custom links or including pages or categories. Once you’re finished, click Save Menu.
  4. The final step is to assign the menu you just created to the correct theme location. Under Menu Settings, tick User Dashboard.

Charitable Easy Digital Downloads Connect allows you to raise money for causes using Easy Digital Downloads.

To set up EDD Connect you will need:

  • Charitable plugin installed and activated
  • Charitable Easy Digital Downloads Connect extension installed and activated

Creating contribution rules

  1. Go to Charitable > Campaigns if you are editing an existing campaign, or Charitable > Add Campaign to create a new campaign.
  2. On the campaign editing page, look for the + Add New Contribution Rule button inside the Donation Options tab. Clicking on that will open up a little form where you can enter how much should be contributed (either as a fixed $ amount or a %), which products it applies to, as well as the start and end date for the rule. The end date can be left blank to have it as an open-ended rule.
  3. Click Save Draft.
  4. After the page reloads, scroll down to the Donation Options tab. There will be some new settings there since you create a contribution rule. These basically allow you to add a section at the bottom of the campaign page where people can see the products they can purchase to contribute to the campaign.

Showing the contribution note with download purchase buttons

An optional setting you can enable is to add a note to download purchase buttons that shows how much will be contributed to fundraising campaigns. This is how you set that up:

  1. Go to Charitable > Settings.
  2. Scroll to the bottom of the settings. You will see an option to decide whether you want to show much each download is contributing to the cause. Tick the box to enable it.
  3. Click Save Changes to update your settings.

If you enable that, it adds a little note below the standard EDD purchase button.

A note about gateways

When Charitable Easy Digital Downloads Connect is activated, all donations / contributions are made through the EDD checkout. Charitable can be used without EDD and has its own gateways to support that, but we disable all those when EDD is running to keep everything part of a single checkout experience.

Transform your website into a peer-to-peer fundraising or crowdfunding platform.

To set up front-end campaign submissions you will need:

  • Charitable plugin installed and activated
  • Charitable Ambassadors extension installed and activated

Creating the Ambassador Pages

Once Charitable Ambassadors is installed, you need to create two new pages. In addition, you should set up the login, registration and profile pages.

Campaign Submission Page
  1. Click Pages > Add New.
  2. Inside the content area of your page, add this shortcode: [charitable_submit_campaign]
  3. Add a title to your page and click Publish.
My Campaigns Page

This creates a page that will be accessible to logged in users and allows them to see a list of their campaigns.

  1. Click Pages > Add New.
  2. Inside the content area of your page, add this shortcode: [charitable_my_campaigns]
  3. Add a title to your page and click Publish.

Update Charitable Settings

After creating all of these pages, you can go to the Charitable settings area to link each of them to their corresponding setting.

  1. Go to Charitable > Settings.
  2. Inside the General tab, scroll down to the Pages section. For each setting, select the page you just created. For the “Campaign Submission Success Page” section, choose a page that you would like your users to be redirected to after submitting a campaign.
  3. Click Save Changes.
Submission Form Settings

After setting up your pages, you can set up rules for your campaign creators.

  1. Still within the Charitable settings area, click on the Ambassadors tab.
  2. After updating your settings, click Save Changes.

If you have the Charitable plugin installed and activated, you can add fundraising campaigns and start accepting donations.

This demo features six campaigns, which you can see on the home page.

Add a Campaign

  1. From your WordPress Dashboard, navigate to Charitable > Add Campaign.
  2. Enter your campaign title. Try something action-oriented or catchy; your goal is to attract people’s attention.
  3. Add a short description. Aim for something short but sweet that clearly communicates the purpose of your campaign.
  4. If you have a specific fundraising target, you can add a fundraising goal.
  5. If your campaign needs to end on a certain date, you can set an end date. Leave this blank for ongoing fundraising campaigns.
  6. Next, scroll down to the Donation Options area. Here, you can add suggested donation amounts and choose whether to allow custom donations, where the donor can donate any amount they choose.
  7. Next, click on Extended Description. Write more about your campaign or add photos.
  8. If you have a lot of campaigns, you can group them by category or tag with the Campaign Categories and Campaign Tags boxes on the right side of the screen.
  9. Finally, if you have a photo or image to go along with your campaign, you can add this using the Featured Image box.
  10. Now it’s a good idea to take a look at your campaign. Click the Preview button inside the Publish box to see how your campaign is looking.
  11. Once you are happy with your campaign, click on Publish. Your fundraising campaign is now live!

Featured images can be added to blog posts and campaign pages.

The optimum size for featured images is 910 x 607 pixels.

Blog Post

  1. To add a featured image to a blog post, navigate to Posts > Add New, or edit an existing post.
  2. Find the Featured Image meta box, and click Set Featured Image.
  3. You will be prompted to upload an image or select a previously uploaded image from the Media Library.
  4. Finally, publish or update your blog post, then view your post – the image will appear above the post content. Here is an example.

Campaign Page

If you have the Charitable plugin installed and activated, you can add a featured image to a campaign.

  1. Follow the instructions in the section about Setting up a Campaign Page.
  2. Be sure to add an image using the Featured Image meta box.
  3. Once you are happy with your campaign, click on Publish.

Your featured image will display in the campaign grid on the homepage, and on the campaign page itself.

If you want to change something about Reach, you should do it through the child theme.

Download child theme

A child theme is simply a theme that inherits the functionality and looks of another theme – the parent. The whole idea of a child theme is that you can modify, and add to the functionality of that parent theme without modifying it directly.

By using a child theme you don’t need to worry about losing your modifications when you update WordPress or your theme. Only your parent theme is updated – your child theme remains intact.

Using the Child Theme

Using a child theme is no different from using any other theme. From your WordPress Dashboard, navigate to Appearance > Themes and set your child theme to Active.

Then you can work with the theme as you normally would.

When you create a new page, you can choose a Page Template within the Page Attributes meta box. Page Templates are used to change the look and feel of a page.

Reach comes with six page templates:

  • Default: Your main content is displayed in a column on the left, and a sidebar is added to the right.
  • Fullwidth: The sidebar is removed, and your main content is displayed in a column which is centred and narrow enough to provide a good reading experience.
  • Homepage: This template is only useful if you have the Charitable plugin installed. Your main content is displayed within the banner at the top, and your campaigns are displayed in a grid below this. See the section on setting up the homepage.
  • Stripped
  • Stripped Narrow
  • User Dashboard: This template is only visible if you have the Charitable plugin installed and activated.

By default, a WordPress theme does not include pre-installed content. However, if you would like to install the Reach demo content, you can do so by following these instructions.

Note: We do not recommend this if you have existing content in your WordPress installation, as it will add numerous posts, pages, categories, media and more to your site.

  1. Download the Reach demo content here.
  2. Once downloaded, unzip the file you are provided. Inside of the folder are three xml files.
  3. Log into your dashboard and navigate to Tools > Import, and choose the WordPress importer.
  4. When prompted, upload the first of the xml files.
  5. After you have initiated the demo content upload, you will be asked to assign or create a new author for your demo content. You will also be given a checkbox option to ‘Import File Attachments’. The images in the demo are from Unsplash.com and free to use.
  6. Once the file has uploaded, go back to step 3 and run through the same process for the other two xml files.
  7. Once everything has been imported successfully, navigate to Appearance > Customizer and configure your content.

That’s it, enjoy!