Wordpress Control PanelThe Wordpress control panel
Dashboard (wp-admin) is the first monitor you see when you sign in to the administrative area of your blogs. Stay informed about what's new, see your designs, see who links to you or how much your contents are liked, quickly publish a no-full mail or review and present your latest commentary.
In a nutshell, the modul is exactly what it is! Provides a "t-a-glance" overview of your blog's postings, pages, commentaries, topics and spams. If you click on the link you will be redirected to the corresponding page. A number of your entire commentaries and spams have been captured by Akismet.
Alternatively, you can click on the numbers to download the corresponding comment screens. Use the Add New Post dialog for extra choices such as creating a category or changing a publishing date in the near term. At the bottom are displayed hyperlinks to your latest designs, which allow one-click accessibility from the dashboard. Many new features have been added to the Dashboard, making it fast and simple to work with annotations via the dashboard.
By hovering your cursor over any of the remarks in the list, you will see actions that allow you to approve/approve, respond, edit, view your progress, mark as spam, or delete. When you click on the Response button, a response request will appear, allowing you to respond to the response directly from the dashboard.
What's Hot is a link pointing module: Statistics is a favourite of many people. It shows you a graphic of the visitor of your blogs as well as a link to some of the most visited areas of your blogs.
To log in to the WordPress Dashboard
To begin blogs or website development in WordPress CMS, we need to log into our demo-board, in this tutorial you will find out how to log into your WordPress Admin area. NOTE: The WordPress Administrators password is specified during WordPress Setup. You are different and not the same as for your web host control panel.
Once you have found your WordPress Dashboard, you will see a monitor like this: In order to access the WordPress admin area, you should now log in: The WordPress user name - the user name that you created when you installed WordPress. The WordPress Passwort - the WordPress Passwort that you specify when you install WordPress. You should be able to find your passwords in this e-mail if you checked the checkbox "Send install guide by e-mail" when you installed WordPress.
Once you have completed the information requested, please click Log In. Once you have successfully registered, you will see the WordPress Dashboard: Occasionally, various problems occur when trying to use the WordPress Administrator Dashboard. Once you have typed in the right e-mail adress during the WordPress install, just click on the Forgot your Passwort? button below the registration screen, type in your user name or e-mail adress and a new one will be sent to you.
Don't be afraid if you can't restore the WordPress passphrase via e-mail reminders. Exactly like the user name, the admin user name can be modified by simply modifying the admin logon name. Now you can log into the WordPress dashboard and build, design, edit your website and add various plug-ins and template installations.