The WordPress Site Structure Explained
Now that WordPress is successfully installed on your hosting account, you will be able to see the default template displayed. WordPress refers to certain aspects of the website by very specific terms. When digging deeper into WordPress, especially when searching for and using plugins, it will be imperative that you understand the terminology used to identify various parts of the website.
- This is referred to as the "header" and will display the titles of your website.
- The "menu bar" of your website will contain links to pages you have created.
- This is a "post". Posts are displayed in chronological order with the most recent post displayed first.
- This right hand column is referred to as the sidebar. Widgets are displayed here.
- This is the footer and is located at the bottom of each page.
Each template may be structured or "laid out" differently. If you decide to use a different template other than the "default" your page may look different.
An introduction to WordPress
|1.||Getting Started with Pre-installed WordPress|
|2.||What is WordPress?|
|3.||What kind of website can I build with WordPress?|
|4.||The WordPress Site Structure Explained|
|5.||Getting Started: How to install Wordpress|
|6.||How to install WordPress using Softaculous|
|7.||Installing WordPress 3.5 manually|
|8.||Installing WordPress on an Add-on Domain|
|9.||Installing WordPress using your Temporary URL|
|10.||Logging into your WordPress Dashboard|
|11.||Configuring your WordPress Home Page|
Managing WordPress content
|12.||Wordpress Pages vs Posts|
|13.||Writing your first WordPress Blog Post|
|14.||Creating a WordPress Page|
|15.||Adding HTML to a Wordpress Page/Post|
|16.||Creating a link in Wordpress|
|17.||Allowing User Registration in Wordpress|
|18.||Creating a Wordpress User in the Dashboard|
|19.||Changing a User's Role In Wordpress|
2014-04-17 12:34 pm
I am planning a new website and reading your suggestions.