WordPress Dashboard
WordPress Dashboard

WordPress Dashboard

WordPress Dashboard

WordPress Dashboard is an administrative area of your website and it is the first screen that will appear when you log in to the administration area of your website.

You can add, delete, edit or change your content and add and remove pictures and videos, add users and set them different roles, and change and customize your themes and add different types of plugins.

How Can You Access WordPress Dashboard

You can access the dashboard by adding /wp-admin of your website e.g https://yourdomain/wp-admin.

After entering this part it directs to the login screen. You can access the screen directly by entering this path https://youdomain/wp-login.php. After login, the main area of the dashboard appears.

How to Use Dashboard

There are multiple options in the Dashboard from where you can optimize your website.

1. Post

WordPress Post
In this category, you can see your all post which you created and can add a new post, categories, and tags.

2. Media

WordPress Media
In this option, you can add images that can use on your website, and from the library option, you can see the images that you already added.

3. Page

WordPress Page
Page option is used to add new pages. You can write content on your pages and also add images that can display on your website.


WordPress Comments
In the comments option, you can see all comments from different users or customers. You can approve or disapprove comments and even edit them before display on your website.

5. Appearance

WordPress Appearance

From this option, you can add or change your theme and customize it. You can change the header, footer, change the appearance of the website, add background and header pictures, change the font, add or delete menus, and add widgets to your website.

6. Plugins

WordPress Plugin

You can add plugins to enhance your website performance from this option. You can add/delete different plugins through this option.

7. Users

WordPress Users

You can add users and assign them different roles according to your website requirements.

8. Settings

WordPress Settings

There are different types of options available like general, writing, reading, discussion, media, permalinks, and privacy.

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