WordPress Tutorial Posts Pages

WordPress Tutorial Posts Pages – publishing a post or page on WordPress is easy but could be very daunting for first-time users which is why we have created this WordPress tutorial for beginners.

You will need an Admin or Editor account to log in and create a WordPress post, follow the quick instruction below with more details on each section below that.

WordPress Tutorial Posts Pages

  1. Log in to your WordPress Dashboard – usually found at www.yourwebsite.com/wp-admin
  2. Click on ‘Posts’ then ‘Add New’ tab.
  3. Enter a post title and content into the visual editor.
  4. Select a category and add tags (WordPress posts only).
  5. Publish your post.

WordPress Post Title

This is one of the most important part of your post as it captures the attention of your audience. Often Google search terms are used as a title which are also repeated throughout the content for SEO purposes.

Once selecting a suitable WordPress post title and entering it into the title field a url will automatically be created with the title of the post as the url if using permalinks with post name.

WordPress Post Content

This is the body of your post which contains all the text, links, images relating to your article.

Enter your content into the WordPress visual editor which has two views visual mode and text mode for HTML editing.

WordPress Post Image

Adding an image to a WordPress post can be done by clicking on the Add Media button located just above the visual editor area. Select an image on your computer through the file uploader or drag your image into the file selector.

WordPress Publishing Content

Before publishing your content it’s recommended that you first Save Draft and Preview your post or page and make any changes before publishing. You can also edit the post or page at any point after publishing.

Creating a Post – WordPress Tutorial for Beginners

For more tips and advice watch this WordPress Tutorial Posts Pages Video.

Post regular content to keep your site and viewers current with what’s going on.