1. How to Accept Collaboration Emails

2. Add Your Credentials

3. Going to your WordPress website as a collaborator.

  • Click on Site Tools 

What is Site Tools?

Site Tools lets you manage your site on our platform. Every site you create has its own Site Tools, which allows you to:

  • Install and remove applications
  • Create and manage subdomains and parked domains
  • Create new email accounts, forwarders, autoresponders and filters
  • Create and manage FTP accounts
  • Back up and restore your site data
  • Install and manage SSL certificates
  • Activate caching and enable CDN
  • Monitor your site’s traffic statistics
  • Manage PHP versions, configure PHP variables, block IPs, and more!
 

To install the WordPress go to Site Tools > WordPress > Install & Manage.

 

Click on the door underline in yellow to log in to the dashboard.

How to use the WordPress dashboard?

The Dashboard panel available in your WordPress admin area provides you with quick information about your blog.

It includes information about the number of pages and posts on your blog, the most recent comments, the latest news at WordPress.org, etc.

You can arrange the information boxes to your preference. This way you will be able to keep up with all recent activities in your blog.

Create a WordPress Post Tutorial

This tutorial explains how to create new posts on your WordPress website. Log in to your website admin panel and go to Posts > Add New.

 

 

On this page, you will see the WordPress posts editor. The most important parts of this page are:

  • Post Title – enter the title of your post in this field. On your theme it will be shown above your content.
  • Post Content – you can use the WordPress WYSIWYG editor to add the actual content of your post. Note that it has two tabs available in the kebab menu on the right – Visual (use the editor to format your text) and Code (add your HTML code directly).

 

 

Once you enter the content of your first WordPress post, you need to Publish it. Publishing brings your post to your actual website.

 

 

That’s it! You can now go to your site’s front page to check out the newly created blog post.

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