Wordpress Dashboard

Worldpress Dashboard

WordPress Dashboard allows you to control all the details behind the scenes of managing your WordPress page. Take a look at this all-inclusive WordPress Dashboard Getting Started Guide to help you get there! <font color="mw-headline" id="Dashboard_.E2.

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Dashboard screen displays information in block format known as Widgets. At a glance, the widget provides a synopsis of the number of posts, pages and commentaries on your website. Every one of these type of contents is shown in the shape of a left and, when you click on it, takes you to the relevant area to administer this one.

There is a full description of the latest postings on your blogs in this wideget. Every annotation will have a hyperlink to the corresponding article heading and by following this hyperlink you can modify the article. When you hover the cursor over any annotation, a chooser allows you to authorize (or delete) the annotation, modify the annotation, reply to the annotation writer, flag the annotation as spamming, or remove the annotation.

With the Quick Sketch Draft you can quickly and simply create a new sketch. Type a headline, type the body of the article, and click the Save Design tool. This Welcome widget provides quick access to some of the most frequent issues involved in creating a new website. In the screen options, you can select which Widgets to display or not to display.

If you click the OSD Options page, the resulting window displays the various dashboard widgets along with a checkmark next to each one. Select the option for each broadget you want to view, or clear the option to hide that broadget. Again, click the OSD Options page to exit the OSD options.

Every Widget can be extended or contract by click on the widthiteline. You can move Widgets up or down or in columns by moving the pointer over the broadget's caption when the pointer changes to 4 arrows, holding down the right mousebutton, dragging the broadget to the desired position, and then releasing the mousebutton (called drag-and-drop).

Plug-in or themes developer can provide new dashboard widgets via plug-in (or features. php) script. See the Dashboard Widgets API for more information.

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