You can add categories as you go from the Post Editing screen, but I prefer to set them up in advance. You should brainstorm which topics you will be commonly writing about and add them now.
To do this, visit “Posts” < "Categories" and you will see a box to add a new category. Add them one by one here until you are satisfied with the result. The other way to group content together in WordPress is by the use of "tags".
When you add a post it’s a good idea to add around 3 relevant tags. Let’s take this post about WordPress I’m writing I might choose to add the following tags to it: Beginners most significant bunch of zero-cost wordpress plugins and themes priced at downloadable wordpress ebooks a totally free attain wp themes nulled to all your WordPress Introduction to WordPress WordPress Basics Then when I’m writing about WordPress again at a later date, there might be some cross-over in tags used, so then a site visitor could click on “WordPress Basics” and get all the posts related to that. Using tags is not necessary at all, so you can choose to skip them entirely if you wish.
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There has been some debate recently about how useful they are to the end user. You can add tags like categories before you start writing “Posts” < "Tags", or choose to add them as you go, which is what I would recommend as you can tailor them to your content better. The Post Editor We now move on to the Post Editing screen, which is where you will probably be spending most of your time within the WordPress Dashboard.
The Post Editor is where you can create new posts, edit them, and publish them to your website, and you can also schedule them to be published at a certain date and time. Visit “Posts” < "Add New" to get started. The Add New Post screen contains a box to enter your post title and a larger box undeeath, which is where you will type the content of your post. Just above the box you will see the "Visual Editor" menu, which you can use for formatting text with things like bold, italic, lists, quotes and inserting links.
Above the Visual Editor is a “Add Media” button, which you can use for inserting images into your post.
To test it out, enter a post title and some text and click “Save Draft”. If you wish to insert a link, highlight a piece of text and click the link icon and enter the URL for your link. You can then click the “Preview” button to see how the post looks on your site. It is not live yet, so don’t worry about that. By default you have certain formatting options contained in the Visual Editor.
If you click the far right icon called “Toolbar Toggle”, it will add a second row undeeath with even more formatting options you can use to create your post text. Media Library An important part of any blog post is the accompanying images. All images, videos and audio in WordPress are controlled by the “Media Library”.
When writing a post, you can access this to upload an image or pick one that has been used before. On your post editing screen, click the “Add Media” button just above the Visual Editor. This will load up a pop-up box and will show any images you already have used on the site like so: To add a new image, click the “Upload Files” tab, which will open up the media uploader. Here you can either drag and drop a collection of images from your computer into the box or click the “Select Images” button and select them manually from your computer. Once your file(s) have finished uploading, you will be presented with some options on the right-hand side.
You can give each image a title and caption if required, Alt Text and a Description, and then you can choose some display options for when it is inserted into your post. You can choose an alignment (None, Left, Right, or Centered), Link to (None, Custom URL, Media Attachment Page, or the File itself), and you can can also choose a size (Full Size, Medium, or Thumbnail).