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How to Work with Your WordPress Site

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How easily can a WordPress site be set up by a non-developer? Easy! In this article we are going to give you a short tutorial for WordPress. Start right now!

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How to Work with Your WordPress Site

  1. 1. How to work with your WordPress site? Step-by-step guide for beginners
  2. 2. WordPress powers over 25% of all the sites you see on the web because of user-friendliness and choice of designs. I’ll show you what WordPress from the box can do. Why WordPress?
  3. 3. Microsoft News Disney Sony Music What sites on WordPress you definitely know?
  4. 4. What’s inside? I’ll introduce you to the core functions and settings of WordPress for you to start your web journey armed!
  5. 5. Did you install WordPress? WordPress can be installed with several clicks in your hosting provider’s control panel or manually. You can check instructions here.
  6. 6. Must-know WordPress Glossary ahead
  7. 7. Dashboard Your WordPress Dashboard is where you customize your site.
  8. 8. Posts Posts in this engine are the smallest content units with which you can work.
  9. 9. Categories The Categories section lets you group your posts by topics.
  10. 10. Pages Pages is where you can display static content and your posts by category or by tag.
  11. 11. Menus To your menus you can add posts, pages, categories, custom links, etc.
  12. 12. Widgets Most commonly, Widgets are content pieces located in the sidebar, footer or header of your WordPress pages.
  13. 13. Users In Users section you can create and manage people, who signed in your site. Change their roles on your site to anything from regular visitor to administrator.
  14. 14. Media library In media library you can locate, manage and customize the files you’re using on your site.
  15. 15. Comments In WordPress you have full control over what comments appear on your site.
  16. 16. Tools is where you can import the data to your site if your theme has sample data or export the data to back it up.
  17. 17. Plugins With help of plugins you can drastically enhance your WordPress site. Read what plugins does a WordPress site need. Check free plugins directory here.
  18. 18. Settings is where all of your site’s essential settings are, like its URL, permalinks structure, default user roles, what page will display as Home, etc.
  19. 19. Customize This is where you can customize the look and feel of your site on the go within several clicks.
  20. 20. Editor In this section you can locate and edit your CSS and PHP files (advanced users only).
  21. 21. Themes Themes are ready-made site designs. With premium templates you get ready for use SEO- optimized pages with layouts created by professional designers. All you need to do is to fill in your content. Feel free to check our great user-friendly templates here.
  22. 22. What’s most important in a theme?
  23. 23. Ease of customization ● there shouldn’t be hard-coded content on the site; ● preferably the pages should be edited with drag- and-drop.
  24. 24. SEO friendliness ● valid coding; ● schema markup; ● speed of the site. Read more on that makes theme SEO- friendly here.
  25. 25. Extensive support and documentation ● theme should have documentation developed for work specifically with it; ● your theme provider should have support, perfectly in live chat.
  26. 26. Beautiful and responsive design ● theme should look and work great on any device; ● the design should be appealing and easy to navigate for your visitors.
  27. 27. Our themes We are proud that our themes have all of listed above! Try us here. We work really hard to make them great.
  28. 28. Frameworks Frameworks add layouts, custom functions and core changes to the engine thus improving your WordPress. Check out latest version of our free and amazing CherryFramework
  29. 29. You are ready to work with WordPress! Still have questions? Check out the guide How to edit WordPress website for more details. Thank you!
  30. 30. STAY TUNED Visit our website to find out what a great design really looks like: www. templatemonster.com/ Ready to build your website right now? Rush to StartUp Hub: www.templatemonster.com/startup-hub/ Wish to get more cool info about website design? Read our blog: www.blog. templatemonster.com Be a fan on Facebook Follow us on Twitter Subscribe on Instagram Join on Pinterest
  31. 31. Presentation by Jeff Bell from Startup Hub

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