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When you create a new page, post, prodict or other content type within WordPress, a new web address (often known as a permalink) is created automatically from the content title. (The section of the web address relating specifically to that piece of content, created automatically is called the 'slug').
Changing this is very straightforward. Once the content has been published, you can simply edit the slug within the post edit window
The problem with this is that once you have
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If you have a lot of pages, posts or products on your WordPress website, you may wish to view more the default 20 items at a time in the Dashboard index.
Luckily this is very simple to change!
In the top right of your WordPress Dashboard is a small tab marked Screen Options.
Clicking this will open the Screen Options section which will allow you to change the Number of items per page.
Don’t forget to hit Apply when
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To add a new blog post to your WordPress website:
Login to WordPress dashboard
Select Posts > Add New
Add a Title and Post Content
Select a category
Click Publish when ready (or Save Draft to save for
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To Login to your WordPress website, follow these steps:
In a browser window, navigate to the login screen at http://your-website-name.com/wp-admin replacing your-website-name.com with your actual website location.
Enter your username or email address
Enter your password. If you have forgotten your password, this article explains how to reset your password
Click the 'Log In' button
The WordPress Login Screen looks like this:
If you do not know your username, email
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In WordPress 5.0, the default editor changed from the Classic WordPress Editor to the Gutenberg Block Editor.
We like Gutenberg but it can take a bit of time to get used to, and who has time on their hands?
Whilst you are waiting to find the spare time to learn the Gutenberg editor you can install the Classic Editor plugin available from the WordPress repository.
Navigate to Plugins
Select 'Add New
Search 'Classic Editor
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The WordPress administration Dashboard can be accessed by adding /wp-admin to the end of your web address, eg http://www.example.com/wp-admin
You will need to login with your username and password. Details on how you can reset your password can be found
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To edit a WordPress page or post, you first need to login to the dashboard.
You do this by going to the url:
www.example.com/wp-admin replacing www.example.com with your website location
You will be prompted for your username and password which you should either have been given by your site administrator or entered when you set up the site.
On successful login, you will be at the WordPress Dashboard.
You will notice links on the lefthand side for, amongst other things, Pages
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There are a couple of simple ways to add links to your WordPress pages or posts.
In the WordPress Visual Editor:
1- Select the Visual editor using the Text tab in the WordPress editor
2 - Type in the text you wish to use as a link.
3 - Select the text and click the Paperclip icon in the edit ribbon. This will open up the Insert / edit link dialogue
4 - Enter the URL of the target page and the link title into the dialogue box
Using HTML Code in the WordPress Text Editor: