For several different reasons, WordPress is one of the biggest blogging sites. The convenience of usage is one of them. Having some simple hosting, throwing up a WordPress blog, slapping on a theme and a couple of plugins, and going to town is pretty fast. In just a few hours, you will have a completely functioning blog up and running.
WordPress comes with a bit of a learning curve, but it’s super easy to navigate and compose and publish blog posts in no time once you get the hang of it!
Posts are entries that your home page and/or blog page shows in reverse order. Typically, posts have comment fields underneath them and are included in the RSS feed of your blog.
To write a post:
- Sign in to your Administration Screen for WordPress (Dashboard).
- Tap the tab for ‘Posts.’
- Tap the sub-tab for ‘Add New’.
- Start filling in the blanks: enter the title of your post in the upper area, and enter the content of your post in the main post edit box below it.
- Choose a category, add tags, and make other selections from the sections below the article, as need.(The following describes each of these sections.)
- Select Publish when you are finish.
This box should contain your post’s title. Any expression, words, or characters may be use. In the post, you can use commas, apostrophes, references, hyphens/dashes, and other traditional symbols. To build the permalink for the post, WordPress will then clean it up to generate a user-friendly and URL-valid post name. Put the title of your post in the first box at the top that says Enter title here.
Permalink stands for “permanent link.” This implies a post URL that does not reveal the post ID that may be subject to a change (e.g. when switching to different blogging systems), but rather includes a user-friendly post name derive from the post title that may also change, but in a more controllable way, but not suggest.
Body Copy Box
The blank box in which you insert your writing, links, images, image links, and any information that you want to show on your website. For writing your posts, you can use either the visual (WYSIWYG) editor or the text view. You put all the text, images and other content that makes up your new blog post in the big box below the title box. You are provide with formatting tools such as Bold, Italic, Paragraph Alignment, Types, Lists and a bunch of others by the WordPress editor.
Generally, the feature image will be display at the very top of the page. It will also be the thumbnail of your post, meaning wherever this post appears, the image of the thumbnail will appear along with it.
Categories in WordPress Blog
Categories are located on the right side of a post.
And the general topic for the post. Having 7-10 categories for content is common for a blog. To view all posts in a category, readers will search for specific categories.
Tags are located on the right side of a post. Similar to including index entries for a blog, these are macro-categories for the post. When a user clicks one of the tags, posts with similar tags are connect. Tags need to be allow in your theme with the right code for them to appear in your post.
Readability and SEO
It is mandatory to manage the Readability and SEO as green.
Publish a WordPress Blog
However, it includes buttons to control the status of your post. The key states are draft and publish. The draft indicates that the post has not been written and remains in the post creator’s draft status. A publish status means that the post has been publish on your web and is life.
Allows the post to be view before publishing.
Moreover, it helps you to save your post as a draft instead of posting it immediately. In the menu bar, visit Posts-Edit to return to your drafts later, then select your post from the list.
By clicking the Preview button on the sidebar, you can preview what your post would look like on your real blog. Click on the blue publish button on the right-hand side once you’re satisfy and your post is done, and your post will be live.
Or you can click Save Draft later to get back to it. Drafts are stored in WordPress but are not available to any visitor to your blog.
That’s all. In case of any doubts, you can simply ask the senior BDE Team members of the ticket team.