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The Header feature allows you to manage what image is displayed in a Theme’s header. This option will only be present if the Theme author has configured to header to allow this capability. You can upload a custom header image to be shown at the top of your site instead of the default one. [...]continue reading
The Menus feature allows you to create a navigation menu of pages, categories, custom links, tags, etc. that is presented to your visitors. This option will only be present if the Theme author has configured the theme to allow this capability.continue reading
Widgets are gadgets or gizmos that allow you to add various pieces of information to your Theme’s sidebar content. Widgets, for example, can be used to add Categories, Archives, Blogroll, Recent Posts, and Recent Comments to your sidebar.continue reading
To select a Theme for your site: Log in to the WordPress Administration Panel. Select the Appearance panel, then Themes. From the Available Themes section, click on the Theme title (or Theme screenshot) for the Theme you wish to activate. A preview of the Theme will be shown. To activate the Theme click the Activate “Theme Name” link in the top right. [...]continue reading
Your theme is the overall design of your site, including colors, fonts, graphics, etc. A theme is sometimes also called the site’s “skin.” With WordPress you can choose from thousands of different themes and install them instantly on your site. The WordPress Theme Directory is the official site for WordPress Themes which have been checked and inspected, [...]continue reading
A page is another tool to add content to a WordPress site and is often used to present static, or unchanging, information about the site. A good example of a page is the information contained in “About Us” or “Contact Us” pages. To create a new page, expand the Pages menu in the column [...]continue reading
A link is a highlighted word or picture that can be selected by the user (with a mouse or in some other fashion), resulting in the immediate delivery and view of another website, etc.continue reading
Media are the images, videos, and files you upload and use in your blog. When you expand your Mediamenu, you will see the following options: Library, Add New. By clicking on “Library,” you can edit, delete or view media that you’ve uploaded to your blog. By clicking on “Add New” you can upload new [...]continue reading
On the right-hand side of the page, under the Preview and Publish buttons is a section called Categories. This feature allows you to assign specific categories to your blog posts. For example, if your blog is about cooking, you might have categories such as desserts, appetizers, and entrees. Each time you create a new blog [...]continue reading
The Posts menu is where you go to manage the blog posts that are already on your website and add new blog posts. To add a new post: Log in to your WordPress Dashboard. Click the Posts tab. Click the Add New - Sub Tab. Start filling in the blanks. As needed, select a category, add tags, and make [...]continue reading