Simple WordPress Tutorial: WordPress Dashboard

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This tutorial explains the WordPress Dashboard that you should have after you’ve installed WordPress on your hub site. (click here if you need a hub site) 

In the navigation bar in your browser, enter your site’s URL. Then enter “/wp-admin” 

This should look like www.yourdomain.com/wp-admin 

This will take you to the WordPress login. 

Enter your username and password, and click Log In.  

Now we’re on the main WordPress Dashboard.  

 

Here is a rundown of each of the tabs on the Dashboard:  

Home: Where we are now – your main login screen.  

Updates: Shows you all the updates that are available for your site.  

Jetpack: A plugin that comes pre-installed with most installations.  

Posts: Add and manage your posts here.  

Media: Where all your files are stored–PDFs, video files, audio files, images, etc. 

  • Click Library if you want to see what’s in your library and add it to a post or page. 
  • Click Add New if you want to add new media.  

Pages: A lot like posts, but they are in a different directory and have different settings.  

Comments: See pending comments, delete comments, approve comments, etc.  

Marketplace: Go here to get plugins and themes.  

Appearance: Here you can edit your theme, customize your blog, create your widgets, create your menus, add additional them files, check your theme options, and also edit your themes. 

Plugins: Go here to install plugins to make your blog perform in different ways. You can upload them from your computer if you have them downloaded, or get them from the WordPress directory. You can also edit plugins, but be careful if you are still a beginner.  

Users: Allows you to control, edit, delete, or add various users and allow them to post, comment, etc.  

Tools: Goes through various tools you can put on your WordPress. 

Settings 

  • General: allows you to control your site title, tagline, URLS, email address, timing, etc. 
  • Writing: configures way your writing shows up 
  • Reading: shows which way your blog will be aligned, what you want your first page to show – posts or static, how many blog pages to show, syndication options, article feeds, and search engine visibility 
  • Discussion: lets you control the way that people interact 
  • Media: manage your media (like the Media button above).  
  • Permalinks: show the structure of your URL – whether you want it to say the post name, number, etc. 

WP Super Cashe: Makes your blog run faster.  

 

The tabs you’ll be using the most are posts and pages. This is where you want to go when you add new content to your blog.  

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