Creating a new post.

Step 1
At any point when logged in to your website, you will see the WordPress Admin bar at the top of the screen. If you hover your mouse cursor over the “+New” area, you will see a dropdown list. Click the first item, “Post”.
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Step 2
You’ll notice that once you type in a title for you post and then click into a new area, a link is generated for your new post. This is called the permalink.
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Adding an image (and manipulating it to do what you want) to a post or page.

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Changing font size and using headers in a post or page.

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Cropping images in wordpress.

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Aligning images in a post or page.

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setting a featured image on a post or page.

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adding a meta description to a post or page.

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The media library: EXPLAINED

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adding a form to a post or page.

Here would be a concise statement about when/why/how you would add a formidable form to a post or page.

Step 1
Explain…
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Step 2
Explain…
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Step 3
Explain…
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Step 4
Click “Preview” at the very top right of the admin screen to preview your post or page in a new tab.
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If you’re satisfied, go back into the editor tab and click “Publish” if you’re creating a new post or page, or click “Update” if you’re updating a current post or page.

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Viewing and interacting with comments.

Step 1
Upon logging into your website, you will see the Dashboard screen. On the left-hand side (the Dashboard Menu), if there are any new comments from users, you will see a numerical indicator to the right of the “Comments” line. Clicking on “Comments” will take you to all comments, new and old. However, you’ll also see in the “At A Glance” widget a notice of “# in moderation”. Clicking there will take you straight to those new and not yet addressed comments.
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Step 2
At the bottom of each comment, you’ll see a list of choices of what you can do with the comment.
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