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WordPress has its own set of vocabulary words, and learning these is the first step in the WordPress education system. WordPress dictionary includes commonly used WordPress terms.
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What Everyone Must Know About Wordpress Dictionary WordPress has its own set of vocabulary words, and learning these is the first step in the WordPress education system. WordPress dictionary includes commonly used WordPress terms. Generally, I like to go in alphabetical order, but in WordPress it all starts with the dashboard. DASHBOARD The dashboard is as your home screen. It’s the first thing you’ll see when you log in to your website. It displays an overview of your website in the center of the screen and a menu on the left-hand side. In one word, the dashboard is your starting point for almost all administrative tasks–like editing pages, adding blog posts, managing plugins, etc.
TOOLBAR The toolbar showcase the links, to the most commonly used WordPress features. After log in to your website, you will see it sitting at the top of your dashboard. It appears only when you are logged in to your website and won’t be visible to visitors. POST WordPress was primarily created as a blogging platform, so posts are the native content type. It can be used for anything article-like (news, press-releases, etc). Usually, posts are displayed on a website in reverse-chronological order. CATEGORY Categories organize your posts into groups or topics. You can divide your posts on the basis of categories, and visitors can filter your posts by category to see only the posts they’re interested in. You can also assign multiple categories to a single post or none at all. TAG Tags are also used to organize posts by topic. Whereas categories organize posts by broad topics, tags organize posts by specific topics or keywords. PERMALINK For example I mentioned permalinks as Wordpress website design Wordpress website design. By default, WordPress uses “ugly” permalinks (Yep, that’s an official WordPress term!) that look something like this: www.example.com/?p=12. Ugly, right?
WordPress allows you to change this setting and define your own permalink structure. TEXT EDITOR The text editor is the space, where you enter your content when creating posts and pages. This feature has two modes: visual and text. Text editor enables you to write in HTML and requires manual formatting. MENU Using Menus you can create custom navigation menus for your website. WordPress menus include links to pages, posts, categories, custom links, and more. There is no limitation, so you can build an unlimited number of menus. About Us About Us SFWP Wordpress Experts | A San Francisco Wordpress Developer Agen San Francisco Wordpress Developer Agency cy - We build beautiful, highly-functional, scalable and responsive websites using the power of WordPress as a platform. Our Wordpress developers are highly experienced with the theme, functional and administrative customization potential of WordPress.