After you successfully setup your WordPress site, what’s next?
Obviously, you want to manage your website and put contents to it. But how can you do that? WordPress has what we call a Dashboard where you can manage your entire website.
What is a WordPress Dashboard?
WordPress Dashboard is a place where you can access and manage your entire website’s system. This includes but not limited to functionalities, appearance, comments, users, and contents like media, posts, pages, and forms.
How to access the WordPress Dashboard?
To access the WordPress dashboard you simply need to add /wp-admin to the end of the URL where you installed WordPress like the below example:
Note! If you installed WordPress to the document root of the url it would be
example.com/wp-admin. If you installed WordPress on a folder called “blog” on your domain you would go to
Type the username and password you used when you installed WordPress.
If your login attempt is successful, you will see the WordPress Dashboard.
If you have trouble logging in to your WordPress site, just contact us and we will be very glad to help.
Things you can do inside the WordPress Dashboard
Inside the WordPress Dashboard, you can do almost everything to manage your entire website.
- Customize the appearance of your website
- Install plugins to extend your website’s functionality
- Create, publish, update, and delete posts and pages
- Manage sidebar widgets
- Manage navigation menus
- Manage your website users
- Manage comments
- and more…