How to Manage WordpressManaging Wordpress
Here I'll guide you through the difference between articles and pages, the two default contents in WordPress. I' ll show you in this tutorial how to work with Pages, one of the two contents styles you need to work with in WordPress. On the pages many of your most important contents are presented to the public of your website.
I' ll show you in this unit how to work with Contributions, one of the two kinds of contents you need to work with in WordPress. Contributions are your more dynamical elements of your work. Here I will guide you through the WordPress editing process. You can use this utility to reformat your contents, attach pictures and do everything else to make sure your contents look their best.
Here I show you how to work with WordPress mediafiles (images, PDF, etc.). In this way, you can attach a file for use outside WordPress or refresh a file that you added when you created it. We' ll look at category and tag, two different ways to label, organize, and present your work.
Both of these can provide a great way to build Web site areas, as well as compose group-related contents. Here we go through the configuration of your homepage. You have two choices about what kind of contents appear on your homepage, and I'll go through how to setup each of them.
We' ll teach you more about Widget's that both bring new features to your site and provide you with a great place to showcase your contents and other offers in a clearly viewable area of your site (usually a sidebar). Here you will find out more about "plugins", which are extra applications that can be added to WordPress to enhance its capabilities.
Plug-ins allow you to create new, vibrant ways to present your contents and interact with your audiences.