Posts Posts are entries listed in reverse chronological order on the blog home page or on the posts page if you have set one in Settings → Reading. If you have created any sticky posts, those will appear before the other posts. Posts can be found in the Archives, Categories, Recent Posts, and other widgets. Posts are also displayed […]
The Reading Settings control how your blog is displayed to visitors. You can access it via your Settings -> Reading page. General Settings The Front Page Display setting allows you to choose what content appears on your blog’s front page. You can choose to have your latest blog posts or a static page that you have created in the […]
Pages are static. They are a good way to publish information that doesn’t change much, like an About page. In WordPress, you can write either posts or Pages. When you’re writing a regular blog entry, you write a post. Posts, in a default setup, appear in reverse chronological order on your blog’s home page. Pages […]
Categories provide a helpful way to group related posts together, and to quickly tell readers what a post is about. Categories also make it easier for people to find your content. Categories are similar to, but broader than, tags. Depending on the theme and widgets you have activated, categories can be displayed at the top […]
Within WordPress, posts are the entries that display in reverse chronological order on your home page. In contrast to pages, posts usually have comments fields beneath them and are included in your site’s RSS feed. To create a post, first log in to WordPress. Then, either click on the “Posts” tab at the top left […]
WordPress’ backend makes it easy for anyone to add/edit posts, pages, categories, and more! This means: no more hard coding! Simply log in to your website, and use the WYSIWYG (what you see is what you get) editor to easily add content (text, images, video) to your website!
If you installed WordPress in your website’s root directory, your login page is: http://example.com/wp-login.php If you installed WordPress in its own subdirectory, e.g., /directory, your login page is: http://example.com/directory/wp-login.php If you have a problem logging in, try the Login Trouble suggestions or email Clix at email@example.com