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Admin and User Panel in Wordpress
Today's topic for our tutorial is Admin and User Panel in Wordpress.
First of all we will go to XAMPP Control Panel and start Apache and MySQL module.
If we want to go to the Admin panel of site then we can write 'localhost: portname/wordpress/wp-admin' and then provide the username and password which we entered before. So this is how we can access the admin panel in user panel both.
We have one Dashboard of our wordpress site from where we can manage all our site.
We can manage everything from the toolbar of our WordPress. First thing which we will see is 'Posts'.
Every post contain one Title. We can use any phrases, word, or characters.
We should avoid using the same title twice as that will cause problems further.
While giving Title to our post we can use commas, apostrophes, hyphens and other typical symbols in the post.
As soon as we click on 'Add New Post' button we will be first asked to enter the title of our post in the title bar box.
After that we have body part of our post. Initially the body part is empty and we can add the content related to the post we want to do.
In the right column we have one 'Preview' button, which gives us basic idea that how the post will look on our site.
After that we have Publish post option. There are two options which we have for publishing the content, when is 'publish' which is to view the post live on your blog for all to see while other is 'draft' ie. post has not been published and remains a draft.
Next thing is Post tag. They are like hashtags we use in Facebook or Instagram. If tag 'PHP' is used for two posts, so when we open the similar content in a specific tag that would be accessed accordingly. So if we want sub categories for our post, we can use Tags.
After that we have Categories, if we have added different post in a particular category, we will have all the posts in front of our screen with that category involved.
While we have another option which is 'Discussion'. It is the option to enable interactivity and notification of your posts. This section hosts one check Allow Comments on this post. If allowing comments is unchecked, no one can comment to this particular post.
Now we will see that how a Post is published. The first thing we need to see here is adding the name of the title of the post, it can be words or characters and we can use commas for hyphens.
After that we will write or paste our content in the body part of our post and then publish the post. Like this our post will be live on our website and in the Posts section in our dashboard we will see our new post added.
After that we will write or paste our content in the body part of our post and then publish the post. Like this our post will be live on our website and in the Posts section in our dashboard we will see our new post added. From there we can see who was the author, which was the category of that post, and when it was published.
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