Despite its great popularity, the CMS WordPress admin panel is not the most straightforward and understandable. However, once you understand all the key pages, you can easily perform the necessary steps to configure and optimize the resource.
The main point of the WordPress admin panel is the "console", the window of which opens immediately after logging into the resource. Here you will see all the key information available to the manager. There you will be able to view the latest published articles, comments that are pending review, the availability of updates and some technical points. Also on this page there is a window for quickly creating posts.
The next item is "records". You will find all published posts here. With the help of hot keys and menus, you can edit them in bulk in automatic mode. Also, using the "Properties" and "Parameters" keys, you can change the basic settings. For example, change the authorship or indicate the required publication time. This is very convenient, since you do not need to go to the page of each post separately. In addition, here you can find a button to go to the creation of a full-fledged post.
"Pages" is a key item for defining the administrative part of a resource. If records are, in fact, the constituent elements of the site's content, then pages are separate blocks of important information. For example, they publish contact information, a sitemap, advertising offers, and so on. Pages come with predefined templates and blank. It all depends on the specific theme and version of WordPress.
Comments is a menu item where you can manage user comments. By default, there are several basic actions available: approve, send to spam, edit and delete. Some plugins allow you to automate some of these actions. For example, allow posting comments from specific users or completely block spam.
The "Appearance" tab allows you to change the design of the site. Here you can select the required template, customize widgets (additional information blocks), and edit the resource code. If, for example, you need to put a banner in the sidebar, then simply select the "widgets" item, drag the "html" tab to the desired location and paste the ad code.
The two significant elements of the admin panel are plugins and settings. In the first paragraph, you can install new add-ons, as well as edit the previous ones. Keep in mind that standard search is conducted primarily in English, so it is better to search for plugins separately. In the settings, you can specify the main characteristics of the resource. For example, the name of the site, its description, the ability to comment and add entries.
The "Tools" tab contains additional functionality that the webmaster can use. For example, you can customize quick publishing by adding the corresponding button to your browser bookmarks. The function of translating headings into tags, exporting and importing records is also available.
The "Users" tab is designed to work with registered visitors. All existing accounts will be displayed in the "All users" sub-item. You can edit them in bulk, quickly change individual settings, and see statistics on the number of records. Sub-item "Add new user" allows you to create a new account, and "Your account" - to change personal data, as well as choose the desired color scheme.