WordPress is an online Content
Management System or CMS. that gives you the ability to publish and edit content
on a website from a web browser. If you know how to use Microsoft Word then you can use WordPress to edit the content of your website.
WordPress allows you to create and edit web pages, blogs, calendar entries, posts
This tutorial will
go through the basics of WordPress including:
On the Dashboard, look for the vertical menu bar on the left hand side and hover
your mouse over the Pages option and select the Add New
Type in the title for your page in the top textbox with the gray words that say
Enter title here.
Step 3: Enter the text for your new page in the word processor style
window below the Title textbox. You will find a toolbar above this window with
options for formatting the text you type in. You can change the font, font style
(Bold, Italic, etc.) You can also reposition, resize, and add color to your text
in a variety of ways.
Step 4: Click the Save
Draft button found on the right hand panel.
If the page that you want to add images to is not opened in the WordPress
editor, click on the Pages option on the left-hand side menu, then click
on the link for the page on which you want to add an image.
Place your mouse cursor where you want a photo to appear within a Page and click
the Add Media button above the editing text box.
Step 3: If the photo you want to insert into your Page is displayed in
the pop-up window, double-click it to insert the image into your page. Otherwise, click the
Upload button and the Select Files button in the middle of the
window to upload an image from your PC and proceed to the next step.
Step 4: Find the image file you want to upload on your PC, select it with
your mouse, and click the Open button.
Step 5: Once the image loads, select the new image file in the Media
Library to insert the photo and click the blue Insert Into Page button in the lower right hand corner of the Media Library
Step 6: Once the image has been inserted into your page click the Edit
Image icon at the top left-hand corner of the image to resize and align the
image the way you want it to appear within the page.
Step 7: After you have reconfigured your image's Size and Alignment
settings, click the Update button on the Edit Image window.
Step 8: Click the blue Update button on the right hand side of the
Edit Page screen.
posts in WordPress is very similar to working with pages. In fact, to edit the
content of a post, you follow the same steps that are outlined above for pages.
Just click the Posts option on the left-hand side menu instead of
The Difference Between
Posts and Pages
meant to be used when making Blog entries into your website. Posts include a
date stamp and are listed on your site in reverse chronological order. Whereas
pages are not listed by the date they were created. Instead, you can control
what order pages appear in your WordPress website by arranging the pages in a
Posts are organized by categories that you define which makes them easier to
search through. East post on a WordPress site can have an interactive Comments
textbox incorporated into it so as to encourage visitors to your site to add
their opinion about what is written.
Pages are used to display static content. This means that the content on a page
does not change and does not offer a means for visitors to your website to add
their comments. The content of pages can only be altered by people who have
login accounts for your WordPress website.
Unlike posts, pages can be arranged in a hierarchy so that you can have sub
pages that offer more detail about a particular topic mentioned in an overview
article page. You can also control the order in which pages appear on your
WordPress gives you the ability to update the copy, images, links, and other
content found on your website from any computer that has a web browser and a
high speed Internet connection.
The two main types of content that you can add to your WordPress site are Pages
and Posts. Pages are meant to show content that stands alone and is not timely.
Posts are used to organize information into different categories listing each
Photos, buttons, and other graphics are stored in the Media section of the WordPress
Dashboard and can be used in both pages and posts.
Using WordPress, you can incorporate all of these components to enrich your
website with content that is appealing, informative, and interactive.
For more information about WordPress websites contact Charlesworks at (603)
924-9867 or by emailing Charles Oropallo at
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