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Wordpress Guides

Congratulations on your new WordPress Site! To help you out, we have created a page full of video and text guides to help you navigate your new WordPress Site.

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Managing your site & account

How do I login to WordPress Account

Logging into Your WordPress Account

Logging into your WordPress account is a straightforward process that allows you to access your website’s backend and manage its content, settings, and design. Click the step-by-step text guide to help you through the process..

Congratulations, you’ve successfully logged into your WordPress account! From your dashboard, you can effectively manage and personalize your website according to your preferences and needs.

If you encounter any difficulties logging in, double-check your username/email and password. If you’ve forgotten your password, you can use the “Forgot Password” link provided on the login page to reset it.

Remember to keep your login credentials secure and avoid sharing them with unauthorized individuals. This will help ensure the safety and integrity of your WordPress account and website.

How to Reset Password on my WordPress account

Resetting your password in WordPress is a common procedure, especially if you’ve forgotten your current password.

Click the text guide link to help you through the process.

These methods should help you reset your password and regain access to your WordPress account. Remember to choose a strong and secure password to enhance the security of your website.

How to Add and Manage users

Adding and managing users in WordPress is essential for collaborative content creation and site administration.

Click the text guide on how you can add and manage users.

By adding and managing users in WordPress, you can collaborate effectively, grant appropriate levels of access, and maintain control over your website’s content and administration. Always keep security in mind and assign roles carefully to ensure the integrity of your site.

How to Edit your Website

How to Edit Page Text

Editing page text in WordPress is a straightforward process.

Click the text guide on how to Edit page text in your WordPress site.

That’s it! You’ve successfully edited the text on a page in WordPress. Remember to check your changes on the live site to ensure everything looks as you intended. If you’re working on a page that’s part of a navigation menu, remember to update the menu if necessary to reflect any changes you’ve made.

How to Edit page images

Editing page images in WordPress involves modifying images that are already present on a page or adding new images.
Click the text guide on how to Edit images on your WordPress Site.


  • Always optimized your images for web use before uploading to ensure faster page loading times.
  • If you need to add captions or alternative text to images for accessibility and SEO, you can do so in the image settings.
  • Remember that larger images might affect your website’s loading speed, so try to strike a balance image quality and page performance

By following these steps, you can effectively edit and manage images on your WordPress pages to enhance your website’s visual appeal and use experience.

How to Edit page URL

In WordPress, the URL of a page is called the “permalink.” Editing the permalink (page URL) should be done carefully, as changing it can affect your site’s SEO and existing links. If you need to edit a page URL, Click the text guide on how to Edit page URL.

Important Considerations:

  • Editing the permalink of a page can impact SEO and existing links, so proceed cautiously.
  • If your site is already indexed by search engines, changing the permalink may cause temporary disruption in search rankings until search engines update their indexes.
  • If possible, avoid changing permalinks for well-established pages with existing backlinks.

By following these steps, you can edit the permalink (URL) of a page in WordPress. Just remember to update internal links and consider implementing 301 redirects to ensure a smooth transition for users and search engines.

How to Edit menu items

Editing menu items in WordPress involves modifying the items displayed in your site’s navigation menus.

Click the text guide on how to edit menu items in wordpress.

Adding Submenu Items:

If you want to create submenu items (dropdown items) under a main menu item, you can do so by dragging the submenu item slightly to the right in the menu editor. This will make it a child item of the main menu item, creating a hierarchical structure.

Removing Menu Items:

To remove a menu item, expand the item’s options in the menu editor and click the “Remove” link at the bottom.

By following these steps, you can easily edit menu items in WordPress, allowing you to customize your site’s navigation and ensure a user-friendly experience for your visitors.


How to change the name of your site

To change the name of your site in WordPress, you’ll need to update the Site Title setting.

Click the text guide to know how you can do it.

Important Note:

  • Changing the Site Title does not change the URL or the domain name of your site. It only changes the name that is displayed on your site and in the browser tab.
  • If you also want to change the tagline (slogan) of your site, you can do so in the “Tagline” field on the same General Settings page.

Updating the Site Logo:

If your site’s name change comes with a new logo, you may want to update the logo as well. This can often be done in your theme’s customizer or settings. The specific process can vary depending on your theme.

After making the changes, visit your site to see the updated name displayed on the frontend. It’s a good practice to double-check the appearance of your site to ensure everything looks as expected.

How to change your colours

Changing the colors in WordPress usually involves customizing the theme’s color scheme. The process can vary based on the theme you’re using. Click the text Guide on how to change colours in WordPress.

Additional Notes:

  • Not all themes provide comprehensive color customization options. Some themes might offer limited color settings, while others might provide more advanced customization through additional tools or plugins.
  • If you’re using a free theme from the WordPress Theme Directory, the color customization options might be more limited compared to premium themes.
  • If the theme you’re using doesn’t offer the color customization you’re looking for, you might need to consider using custom CSS or exploring alternative themes.

Remember that the process can vary significantly depending on your theme’s features and options. Always make sure to preview your changes before applying them to your live site, and ensure that the color choices match your site’s branding and design aesthetics.