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WordPress.com dashboard

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When creating a website on wordpress.com, it is important to understand all the features available to web administrator. Dashboard is a Graphical User Interface which helps to easily manage the website.

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WordPress.com dashboard

  1. 1. WordPress.com Dashboard
  2. 2. Dashboard-My Site
  3. 3. Site Page Left Menu->Site Page Add-> to add a new page Site Page-> to manage existing pages
  4. 4. Blog Post Left Menu->Blog Post Add-> to add a new post Blog Post-> to manage existing posts
  5. 5. Media Left Menu->Media Add-> to add a new image, document, audio or video file Media-> to manage existing media
  6. 6. Comments Left Menu->Comments Comments-> to manage existing comments on posts
  7. 7. Feedback Left Menu->Feedback Feedback-> to manage existing feedback from users. The settings if they should be published immediately or after review can b e set from dashboard.
  8. 8. Plugins Left Menu->Plugins Plugins-> to manage existing plugins. Availability depends on the paid plan.
  9. 9. Import Left Menu->Import Import-> to import the content from existing site or blog.
  10. 10. Themes Left Menu->Customize Themes-> Customize the layout of website
  11. 11. Sharing Left Menu->Sharing Link to Social Media accounts
  12. 12. People Left Menu->People Add and Manage users registered on website under various roles
  13. 13. Domains Left Menu->Domains Add and Manage domain name and email id for the domain
  14. 14. Settings Left Menu->Settings Manage site wide settings
  15. 15. For more tutorials and courses please visit: www.codewizacademy.com

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