WordPress makes use of user accounts to do several things like giving certain access and blocking specific content and settings. Usually, a regular guest can easily view the public posts, pages, and other public content but registered accounts are required if you want to publish posts and administer the website. For that, you need to create user accounts by registering them. It is easy to do so from the admin dashboard. Remember that your admin account is also registered with the website. Continue reading “Create and Manage Users in WordPress from the Admin Dasboard”
The admin dashboard is the main area from where you can configure almost everything for your website. If you run a WordPress powered site then knowing your way around the admin dashboard is a must-have skill. You will need to access the WordPress admin area and make changes in there quite frequently. From there you can create content, upload media, change settings and themes, modify the appearance, install plugins and do everything site related. Continue reading “Accessing and Navigating Admin Dashboard in WordPress”
If you are an administrator of a WordPress site then you might have noticed an admin toolbar on the top of every page of your website. The bar presents you with quick options and links to modify your website, posts or pages. On it, you will find links to access the WordPress official pages and your site’s admin dashboard, themes, widgets and menus along with the link to the customizer. Continue reading “How to Enable/Disable WordPress Top Admin Bar?”
WordPress Post Revisions allows the saving of WordPress post backups and revisions in the database.
Revisions can be compared as well as restored using this feature. Continue reading “Limit Post Revisions in WordPress without a Plugin”