How to Update your Wordpress website

Updating your Wordpress website

You can also click the Dashboard menu option, and then click the Updates link below it. Login to your Wordpress Backend Dashboard and click the Posts button on the menu. It improves the WordPress security and performance of your website. Tempting as it may seem, clicking the refresh button in WordPress can cause your website to crash - as if you were literally shutting down the entire process. Keeps your website safe.

Updating your Wordpress website and blog

Sign in to your Wordpress backend by entering your domains, then a forward slash and then wp-admin. Sign in with your Wordpress user name and pass word. In case you have lost your user name and/or your passwort, you can get it here / create it again. The Wordpress dashboard will appear. Refer to the gray vertically facing menus on the far side of the display.

Select the Pages option from the drop-down list. The page processing is now displayed. Once you have completed your work, click on the large Publish icon in the upper right corner. Click on the name of your website at the top right of the display to see your changes.

Adding a new page to your website creates a new menus tabs for you in the top level menus of your website. However, this does not apply to a blogs post that we will discuss next. Login to your Wordpress Backend Dashboard and click the Posts buttons on the menus.

Displays a complete listing of all your blogs. You can click the heading of a blogs posting to modify that posting OR click Create New at the top of the page next to the words Contributions. Modifying / constructing a blogs posting is the same as modifying / posting a page, except that blogs do not appear in the home page menus, they only appear on the blogs page.

Go to your website now and go to your blog page to see your postings / editing.

Updating your Wordpress website and blog

Sign in to your Wordpress backend by entering your domains, then a forward slash and then wp-admin. Sign in with your Wordpress user name and pass word. In case you lost your user name and/or your passwort, you can get it here. The Wordpress dashboard will appear. Refer to the gray vertically facing menus on the far side of the display.

Select the Pages option from the drop-down list. The page processing is now displayed. Once you have completed your work, click on the large Publish icon in the upper right corner. Click on the name of your website at the top right of the display to see your changes.

Adding a new page to your website creates a new menus tabs for you in the top level menus of your website. However, this does not apply to a blogs post that we will discuss next. Login to your Wordpress Backend dashboard and click the Posts buttons on the menus.

Displays a complete listing of all your blogs. You can click the heading of a blogs posting to modify that posting OR click Create New at the top of the page next to the words Contributions. Modifying / constructing a blogs posting is the same as modifying / posting a page, except that blogs do not appear in the home page menus, they only appear on the blogs page.

Go to your website now and go to your blog page to see your postings / editing.

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