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Step 1 Once you've logged into the WordPress administrative side to your site, click on Pages in the left hand menu. Step 2 If the page you're going to work on hasn't been created, click Add New on either the left hand side or at the top of the page. Step 3 Enter the title of the page and the content into the appropriate fields. Step 4To edit content on an existing page, scroll your mouse over the page title and your options will appear under the page title. Step 5To add a post to your WordPress site click Posts…

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Step 1 After logging in to WordPress, you are taken to the Dashboard. The WordPress Dashboard is essentially your home page for the administrative side of your website. It is customizable so that what you see is relevant to your business. For many it may look something like this: Step 2 The At A Glance window is similar to a message board. It lets you know about the content and activity on the site, such as recent comments and the exact number of posts and pages on the site. Step 3 The Quick Press box is for quick updates to…

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Step 1 In order to add media directly into a post or onto a page you must be editing the page. Place your cursor where you want to add the image. Step 2 Click Add Media. Step 3 A window will appear giving you options for uploading. You can click and drag a file into the box, you can upload a file from your computer, or if the file you need has already been added somewhere else you can select it from the Media Library. Step 4 The image will appear in the window with fields of information below. This…

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Step 1From the dashboard view, select the Comments menu option on the left side of the page. Step 2WordPress will now show you all of the comments. Here you can completely manage the comments. Comments can be approved, unapproved, replied to, trashed, edited or marked for spam. Step 3Rollover the comment you would like to manage with your mouse, and the options will appear below the comment. Step 4If there is a group of comments that need a specific treatment, it is possible to do a bulk action. Check the box next to each comment you would life to be…

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Step 1 In order to add a button directly into a post or onto a page you must be editing the page. Place your cursor where you want to add the button. Step 2 Click Insert Button. Step 3 A window will appear giving you options for giving the button a title, a link destination, and the behavior of the button. The behavior options are to open the link in a new tab/window or to open the link in a lightbox when clicked. The 3 behaviors are as follows: Default: the new page will open in the same browser window…

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