See the video above to help you understand how to set up your navigation menu for the first time.
How do headings work?
Headings are used to highlight titles in sections of content for your site. In the drop down from the tool bar above the page or post that is being edited, you’ll see options for Paragraph (which is default, Heading 1, Heading 2, Heading 3, Heading 4, Heading 5, and Heading 6. You are able to […]
How to adjust the post/page layout
You are able to choose the page layout you’d like to have across your site either to cover the entire site, or you can choose on a per page basis. The layout options you have available are: Content/Sidebar – example Sidebar/Content – example Full Width Content – example Choose for your entire site In order to choose the […]
Post Content Features
Blockquote Blockquotes are used to highlight quotes or specific aspects of your content are are styled to look different. This is a blockquote example. To add a blockquote to your own post or page, you’ll highlight your text and then use the icon on the toolbar when you’re editing a post that looks like a […]
What is the difference between a page and a post?
Post If you’re going to have a blog, you’ll mostly be working in the Posts area of your WordPress dashboard. Posts are your actual blog posts. View them as articles in a newspaper. When you publish a new one, the last one gets pushed down and the new one is at the top and the […]
What is the difference between a category and a tag?
Category Categories are meant for organizing your posts like a filing system. They are typically broad terms like “Recipes” or “DIY Projects”. These are your general topics that you write about. Typically you’ll have a few of these.. maybe 10 of your primary categories. Don’t get to specific with your Category titles like “ground beef”.. […]
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