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 Add a New Post

To add a new Post, hover over the Posts menu option in the left-hand navigation menu and in the...

 Adding Content with the Visual Editor

The editor used to enter content into your Page or Post is very easy to use. It’s much like using...

 Adding a New Page

To add a new Page, hover your cursor over the Pages menu option in the left-hand navigation menu...

 Adding your Site Content

Adding content to your site is an easy process no matter whether you’re creating a Post, Product,...

 Classic Editor

The Classic Editor, also known as the Visual Editor or TinyMCE Editor, is the default editing...

 Dashboard

Once you’ve logged in, the WordPress Dashboard appears. This is your main administration...

 Dashboard Menu Options

Down the left-hand side of the Dashboard and on every page you will see your main admin...

 Hiding the Toolbar

You can stop the Toolbar from displaying by modifying the preferences associated with your...

 Login

Before you can make any changes to your site, you will need to log in. The login for your site is...

 Pages

After clicking on the Pages menu option you'll be shown a list of Pages that your site contains....

 Posts

After clicking on the Posts menu option you'll be shown a list of Posts that your site contains....

 Posts versus Pages

WordPress is built around two basic concepts. Posts and Pages. Posts are typically blog entries....

 Reviewing Past Revisions

When you’re editing your Post or Page, the number of revisions for that particular Post or Page...

 Switching to the Text Editor

At the top of the editor there are two tabs, Visual and Text (). These switch the editor view...

 Toolbar

The WordPress Toolbar is a way of easily accessing some of the most common WordPress features....

 Wordpress PDF Manual (160 pages) 9MB

Click here to download our Wordpress Manual Warning, it is a large file (about 9MB)