WordPress Appearance

WordPress Appearance The menu item shows the current underlying theme that is applied to your website. Your web developer will have preset this and you should not change it. Your Appearance landing page may show several different theme selections. If you set a different theme you will break the display of your website. In the…

Pages

Pages The Pages menu item will list all Posts in your website that use the standard Page template. We usually use these to build the majority of your regular pages like the Home page, the About page and the Contact page, etc. You may have many other pages here, or only a few, depending on…

Media

Media The Media menu item provides access to all files (mainly images) that you have uploaded to your website. Any images you upload while editing or creating a page or post will appear here. You can also upload images and other files here without assigning them to a page – in other words, you can…

Visual Composer

Visual Composer Visual Composer (or similar variation of this) is most likely already installed on your website. It provides an easy-to-use drag and drop style page building function that allows you to easily assemble content elements into an organised design that keeps consistency with the website’s preset design styles. This section will explain some of…

WordPress Widgets

WordPress Widgets The Widgets menu item provides access to all of your sidebar and footer content for all pages. These act as stand-alone elements on any pages or post types that you have set to display sidebars or footers – you can’t edit those within the page or post. Generally, you will not regularly change…

WordPress Posts

WordPress Posts The Posts menu item will show a list of all Posts in your website. Each Post is a page that uses the blogging style page template, so each of your post pages will have the same underlying format. Not all websites use Post type pages. These can be used for blogging, displaying products…