14 Sep 2018

How to create  post and pages in wordpress step by step
 In this lessons, you will learn how to create and manage posts and pages in wordpress. This lesson introduces you to the basics of content creation and then more advanced topics such as including images, audio and video to enrich your reader’s experience. Creating  Posts are the lifeblood of any blog. They are the reason people come back to a blog or subscribe to an RSS feed. If a blog doesn’t have an influx of new content most people have no desire to visit As a result. Creating and maintaining posts are some of the most common activities you will perform on your site. Posts don’t need to be fancy or laborious to create. The less time you spend thinking about how to operate the tool, the more time you can spend creating content. Word Press has provided several easy Ways to create new posts. The easiest way to create a new post is to click the New Post button in the Upper-right corner of the administrative screen. You can always create a new post from the side menu under Posts. Add New.
N.B The New Post Button The New Post button is context sensitive, so at may not always appear as New Post. 

The first field at the top of the Add New Post page is the post title. This is the “headline” of your post. A good title is the key to a good post. It should grab the attention of your reader and draw them in. Often, it is the only part of your post some people will see, such as an RSS index listing. After you finish entering your title and tab (or move your cursor) to the next field, a URL appears just below the title with the label Permalink.For now, this is the link to your post. There are also two buttons below the title: Edit—This button allows you to modify the suffix of the URL By default WordPress creates the URL based on the date and title words. Although you cannot change the date, you can change the part with the title words if you choose, as long as it remains unique. WordPress removes symbols such as S, &, and @ from the title to avoid confusion with special symbols used by web addresses Use the Edit button next to the permalink to modify the URL For example, add the word “percent” where WordPress,removed the & symbol. Short Link—This button provides a quick way to take your long URL and collapse it down to something easier to reference in a short messaging system like a mobile text message or Twitter For example, your default permalink is http://your name.worpress.com/2009!lli2iffunniest-bcnper-stickers, and the short link is http://tsmflOySH-k At a minimum, all you need for a basic post is a title and text in the message body. Then click Publish and you’ve created a post! Of course, there are many options to add more pizzah to your posts. The following sections describe how to format and enhance your post. 

  The Visual Editor 

Just below the title is the body of the post. This is the place where you enter the text (and other items) of your post. This area operates much like a standard word processor t or offering indentation, bullet list, bold, italic, centering and other formatting option. More advanced content items are Covered later in this lesson you can find out what each icon does by pass ing your cursor over it. That’s not too bad, but a little plain. Let’s take a look at the visual Editor Toolbar and see how it might help us enhance our post. Some of the icons are covered later in this lesson to demonstrate how to include more than text in your post. When you highlight the word Author and click the B icon on the toolbar, the word turns bold By repeating this procedure for the words pages, ISBM and Comments, you can enhance the look of your poet by making the headers stand out. You might also highlight the title of the book and click the l icon to make the title italic. Don’t go overboard wish formatting. Though. You can use the button that has the ABC with a line through to create “strikeout” ten Bloggers commonly use strikeout as a reminder to come back and update posts as new facts related to the topic emerge. By highlighting some text and clicking the strikeout icon, you leave the text in the post. but readers can see that it is obsolete. The icon to the right of strikeout lets you create a bulleted list To create a new bulleted list, start with your cursor at the beginning of a new line and click the bullet list icon. A bullet appears, and you can begin typing your first list item. At the end of the first item, press Enter and a second bullet appears- Continue this process until you complete your list When you are done, press Enter on a blank bullet (typically your last one). and your list is terminated To create a bulleted list from existing text hih1ight the lines where you want a bullet and click the bullet list icon. Numbered lists operate just like bullet list. The icon for numbered lists is next to the bullet lists and has a 123 with lines next To it
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     The next three icons let you change the alignment of your text For existing text, place the cursor on the line you went to align and click one of the icons to set it right-justified, centered, or left-justified. For new text, click the appropriate alignment icon first and then start typing. When you want to switch, choose a different icon end begin typing additional text. If you have a very long post, you might decide to use the More icon. This ¡con looks like a small white rectangle over a larger white rectangle with a dotted line between them. To use the More icon, place your cursor at a spot two or three lines into your post. For this example place it right after get in the Way. "Now click the more icon, and you see a dividing line Appear in your text. When readers view your post in their web Browser, they will see the first couple of lines and then a link Labeled Read the Rest of This Entry». If readers click the link. they are taken to the page with the entire post This feature provides a good way for you to get lots of posts in a small space but still have the ability to be verbose. The button with the ABC and the check mark lets you spell check you’re posting. If WordPress finds an error, it underlines the error in red. Click the underlined word and several options are presented to allow you to correct or ignore the word. The second icon from the right toggles full-screen mode. If you prefer to temporarily clear your screen of everything that is not part of your post, you can click this icon to focus on your writing clicking it again goes back to the default view. The right most icons are known as the Show/Hide the Kitchen link button, which displays or hides an entire second row of icons. This button lets you change the font size, style, and colon as well as insert symbols. Change your indent IeveI, undo changes. And redo changes.

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