WordPress 5.0 or later: Learn how to pre-date or post-date a post in WordPress for your blog, so your post will display at a specific date.
WordPress 4.9 or earlier: Learn how to pre-date or post-date a post in WordPress for your blog, so your post will display at a specific date.
Editing posts with WordPress 4.9.x or earlier: If you have a blog on your WordPress website, you might want to update existing posts from time to time to add new information or update outdated information. Editing the existing post instead of deleting it and creating a new one allows you to retain all the search engine relevance that post has already gained.
Updated December 27, 2018. This tutorial refers to the block editor used in WordPress 5.0.x and later. If you require instructions for an earlier version of WordPress, look at how to write new posts here instead. If you have a blog on your WordPress website, writing new posts regularly to keep your content fresh and…
WordPress websites are usually made up of posts, pages, or both. What is the difference? What is each one used for?
If you’d like to edit sidebar content on your website, click on the “Widgets” link under “Appearance” in the left hand side menu in the administrative area. Here you will find various elements that make up your sidebar. In some cases, you may also have a website footer available here.
When you first log in to your WordPress website, you will see your “Dashboard.” This page shows you the version of WordPress your website is running. It also gives you quick access to various information about your site or its plugins. Learn what to do with this information.
How can you change your website’s title? It’s quick and easy – learn how here with our helpful video.
As you probably know from doing it yourself, more and more people access the internet from their phones these days. So a mobile-friendly website is essential. People need to be able to access your website and its important information easily.