WordPress – Dashboard
The WordPress Dashboard is a first screen that will be displayed when you log into your blog’s administration region to show the website’s summary. It’s a gadget collection that provides data and an overview of what’s going on with your blog. You can customize your requirements using some fast connections like fast drafting, answering the recent comments, etc.
You can categorize the dashboard as shown in the snapshot below. In the following parts, each of these classifications will be discussed –
The WordPress Dashboard offers navigation menu with some menu choices on the left side including posts, media library, websites, remarks, appearance options, plugins, users, instruments, and settings.
The dashboard includes distinct kinds of widgets that can be displayed or concealed on some screens. It includes check boxes for displaying or hiding screen choices and also enables us to customize parts on the admin screen.
It involves the Customize Your Site button that enables you to customize your WordPress theme. The center column offers some of the helpful connections such as generating a blog post, creating a page, and viewing the front end of your website. The last column includes connections to widgets, menus, comment-related configurations and also a link to the WordPress WordPress page in the WordPress codex.
The Quick Draft is a mini post editor which allows writing, saving and publishing a post from admin dashboard. It includes the title for the draft, some notes about the draft and save it as a Draft.
The WordPress News widget displays the latest news such as latest software version, updates, alerts, news regarding the software etc. from the official WordPress blog.
The Activity widget includes latest comments on your blog, recent posts and recently published posts. It allows you to approve, disapprove, reply, edit, or delete a comment. It also allows you to move a comment to spam.
At a Glance
This chapter provides an overview of your blog posts, amount of articles and websites posted, and amount of remarks. Clicking on these connections will take you to the corresponding screen. It shows the present version of running WordPress along with the theme presently operating on the site.