WordPress Admin Toolbar

Getting Help

If you’re new to WordPress, one of the first things you should get to know is the Admin Toolbar. When you are logged into your WordPress site it the bar going across the top of the page. Many times it is black (though not always).

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The Toolbar allows you to access all of the editing options on the website.

EDITING

Whether it’s a Post, Page, Gallery, Document, Event or Notice, editing an item is done in the same way:

  1. Locate the item on the website and click on its title.
  2. In the center of the Admin Toolbar will be an edit link. The link will change depending on what type of content it is. (It may say Edit Post, Edit Page or Edit Document.)
  3. You will be taken to the Dashboard area and an Edit Page will open where you can change text, images or titles.
  4. When finished, click Update.

Note: some items on a page are made from widgets that just pull information from other areas.

DELETING

Follow the previous instructions for editing an item.

  1. After opening the item, click the Move to Trash link in the Publish box, located in the right-hand column. You will be notified that the post was moved to the Trash and you will see an option to Undo the move.

ADDING

To add a new Post, Media, Page, Notice, Document, Event, Gallery or Slide, hover your curser over the +New link in the Admin Toolbar at the top of the screen.

This will open a text editor box where you can fill in the content, add photos and images and either publish or save as a draft.

MORE INFORMATION

The User Guide we provide to all of our customers will give you a greater understanding of how to use the website. However, if you are unable to find the answers to your questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

 

 

June 28: Create a summer-themed window display contest with customer voting.

June 23: Offer a discount to customers who share a photo with your product.

June 24: Host a “Meet the Makers” event with local artisans or producers.

June 25: Provide a free service or consultation day.

June 26: Start a weekly summer blog series with tips related to your business.

June 27: Offer an exclusive discount to your email subscribers.

June 28: Create a summer-themed window display contest with customer voting.

June 29: Give back to the community with a portion of the day’s sales going to a local charity.

June 30: End the month with a customer appreciation event.

Remember, the key to successful marketing is consistency and engagement. Use these ideas as a starting point and adapt them to fit your unique business and community. Happy marketing!

Feel free to adjust these ideas to better suit your business’s specific needs and goals. Good luck with your June marketing!

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