How to Get to Blog Hosting Control Panel or CPanel for WordPress
Welcome to my new blog! I hope you and your family have enjoyed reading my articles, if you haven’t already, please feel free to browse around. Now that you’ve come this far, I will tell you about the inner workings of a blog.
The general layout of a blog uses a “blogger” template, which is a free and open-source software available for anyone to use. A blogger template takes the formatting grunt work out of building a blog (at least for the initial setup). You then have to populate it with content.
A WordPress blog, also known as a “website” or “static blog”, is often the best choice for new blog owners because it offers a lot of flexibility and power in terms of what you can do with it. Not to mention that it is one of the most popular blogging platforms currently available with a free plan that allows you to build a simple, yet functional, blog.
WordPress is a flexible content management system (CMS) that can be used to build just about any type of blog or website. It was first released in 2007 and is owned and hosted by Automattic, the company that also owns and operates the popular blogging platform, WordPress.com. The name “WordPress” comes from the fact that the software is designed to help people communicate more effectively by using (you guessed it!) words rather than jargon.
Building a WordPress blog is very easy. Once you have a WordPress login, you can begin by creating a new blog entry. When you do this, you will land on the WordPress dashboard where you can see a variety of posts, pages, and comments awaiting your attention. You can use the WordPress dashboard to easily keep track of the content you have published.
You can click on any of the links or buttons on the dashboard to take you to the corresponding area of your website. For example, clicking on the “posts” link will take you to a list of all of your blog articles. You can use this list to see what content people are interested in reading about. From here, you can continue to keep track of your blog posts in the order that they were published (and maybe even edit some of them).
From the blog dashboard, you can navigate to any of the other areas of your site by clicking on the different links located along the top bar of the page. You can access your site’s settings from here. You will notice that there is also a link to your site’s analytics from the dashboard. You can use this to track the traffic to your site and how people are using it (which sometimes helps you identify areas of your site that you might want to rework or improve upon).
Features of a WordPress Blog
Here is a short list of some of the features that you might find useful when publishing your WordPress blog: