Making changes to your Wordpress site
Navigate to [ http://www.yourdomain.com/wp-admin ]
(Type in your businesses website domain in place of www.yourdomain.com)
Login: [ Username ]
Password: [ your Password ]
As soon as you login, you will come to a "Dashboard"
Look to your left to navigate the properties.
Posts – Are blog posts - this is great place to give updates, specials you are running, or special events, or just something fun to share.
Pages – These are the pages that make up your website.
You can click on the cooresponding posts/pages to make the necessary edits.
You can add and remove text in the provided text field, you can also add photos, click here to learn more.
After making your changes, be sure to click on "Update" button to save your changes.
To add/delete certain pages on your menu bar:
Appearance > Menus
See the Pages box, find the page you are looking to add to the list on the right hand side.
Be sure to click the checkbox next to the cooresponding page.
Click "Add to Menu" and you will see the page appear (as one of the bars) under the list on the menu.
Click and drag the pages in place, reflecting how you want your menu to appear.
After making your changes, be sure to click on "Save Menu" button to save your changes.
See below, this is how the menu appears on this site:
To view the page simply go to [ your URL ]
Note: if you are still logged into Wordpress you will see “Edit this page” at the bottom of your pages and posts. This will also make it easier to navigate through which pages you want to edit.
- Making changes to your Wordpress Site
- posting updates to Posts and Pages
- Adding photos to your Wordpress Site
- posting photos in your Photo Gallery and in Posts and Pages
- Moving Wordpress to another domain name
- moving Wordpress can be a pain if you don't remember to take all the right steps
- Making changes to your GCMS website
- adding/removing content on Pages and uploading photos along with the content
- adding/removing Pages on the menu
- Uploading Images to your GCMS Photo Gallery website
- adding/removing photos, categorizing your albums, making changes to titles and descriptions
- Using Facebook as a Page helps guide you to toggle between your personal Facebook account to your "Page" affiliated with your business and/or project that it is representing
- Set up Selective Tweets to your FB Page helps you connect your Twitter updates to your Facebook Page, with a few simple steps and remembering to use the #fb hashtag when tweeting
- Accessing your Google Analytics to collect data on the performance of your website through various statistics