WordPress is a most popular CMSbased on PHP and MySQL, used for developing website and e-commerce sites.
Section Provides the Initial knowledge of writing posts, formatting contents, writing pages and uploading images will be covered.
Text Editor page writing gives simple text typing. At the end of the page by pressing enter key option of paragraph formatting will be generated automatically. On the top of text editor, more formatting options are available. For editing text required features are provided by these options. There is an icon of the advanced toolbar by clicking on it the user can get more functions.
Editing Icons Use
It is simple and easy to edit icons. A user has to select the text block and strike desired editing button to get an effect. To insert picture option is simple by clicking on the desired place, an icon of posting image is clicked and pop-up information should be filled.
Content Writing in WP
Many options are available and user needs to click on Add new button for writing a new post. A writing box will be opened and a user can either use the box for writing or can paste that content. If anyone wishes to write a page rather than a post then he should click on the page tab instead of clicking post.
Post Writing in WP
A title is Very Important for any type of post. It should be so fascinating and influencing so that people would have the urge to read the post. A title should be made descriptive and see-able on the top and also have linked text to redirect useful pages on the post.
WP will save post Automatically as a draft while writing. A user can also use publish or save options. A preview option is helpful to check that how a post will look after publishing. A post cannot be published on the web until a user will click on the publish button. After clicking on the publish button user will be directed to write post page. There is an option of calendar button just above the publish button by which user can select a date for publishing of the post.
Difference between Post and Page in WordPress
WordPress includes two content types post and pages. A beginner will wonder what is a difference between them. Still, they have some minor differences.
WP Posts: –Posts are reverse chronologically listed content entries on blog's home page. Due to this order posts are always in a timely manner. Users have to go deeper to find this. Post is connected through RSS feeds. The very timely nature of posts makes it extremely social. These posts allow users to use social plugins for sharing posts on social websites. Posts have a built-in commenting feature to allow users to comment or review on relevant topics.