Posts are the entries displayed in reverse chronological order on your page. In contrast to pages, posts usually have comments fields beneath them and are included in the RSS feed for your site.
To write a message:
Login to your WordPress administration panel (Dashboard).
Click the Messages tab.
Click the Add tab Sub New
Start filling in the blanks.
As needed, select a category, add tags, and make other selections from the following sections of the post. Each of these sections is explained below.
When ready, click Publish.
1 Display Options
2 Description of the message fields
3 Best Practices for shipment
Visual HTML Editor 4 Versus
5 More Information and Resources
The options screen allows you to select which fields are shown post, or not displayed in the underlying subpanel. When you click the Options tab displays a list of columns with a checkbox next to each column. Check the box for each position for which you want to see, or uncheck the box not to show that module. Click the Screen Options tab again to close the options screen. These settings are saved so that you can customize your own appearance editing screen.
Note: As of version 3.1 of WordPress, some of the display options in the post administration panel are hidden by default if you have not previously saved. Hidden by default: Extract Author, Post, Talk, custom fields, Slug, Comments, Trackbacks Submit, Revisions.
Descriptions of the message fields
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The title of your post. You can use any word or phrase. Avoid using the same title twice to cause problems. You can use commas, apostrophes, quotation marks, hypens / scripts, and other typical symbols of the post as “My Site - Here’s Lookin 'at You, Kid”. WordPress will clean it for liaison with the message, called post-slug.
Post Editing Area
The white box where you enter your writing, links, links to images, and any other information you want displayed on your site. You can use the Visual or HTML view to compose your messages. For more information on the HTML view, see the section below, Visual Versus HTML View.
Lets you view the message before the official publication.
Contains buttons that control the status of your message. The main states have been published, pending review, and the project. Posted a status means that the message has been posted on his blog for all to see. Pending review means that the project is awaiting a review editor for publication. Project means the message has not been published and remains a project for you. If you select a specific publication status and click the update message or the Publish button, that the statute applies to the post. For example, to save a message in the state of the pending review, select the pending review of the Publish Status drop-down box and click Save as pending. (You will see all posts organized by state, go to Posts> Edit). To schedule a message for publication in a future time or date, click “Edit” in the area of publishing with the words “Post immediately.” You can also change the publication date to a date in the past to put the date back. Change the setting to the desired time and date. You should also hit the “Publish” button when finished to publish the message at the desired time and date.
Visibility - This determines how your message appears in the world. Office will be visible to all visitors of the site once published. Password protected messages are published for all, but visitors should know the password to view the content of emails. Private messages are visible only to you (and other editors or administrators of your site)
After saving the message, the Permalink below the title shows the potential URL for the post, and when permalinks are enabled. (To enable permalinks, go to Settings> Permalinks.) The URL is generated from its title. In previous versions of WordPress, this was known as the “page-bullet.” Commas, quotation marks, apostrophes and other characters are not favorable change HTML and script is placed between each word. If your title is “My Site - Here’s Lookin 'at You, Kid”, which will be cleaned to be “my-site-heres-looking-for-you-kid” as the title. You can manually change this, maybe shortened to “my-site-looking-for-you-kid”.
Allows you to save your post as a draft revision / slope instead of posting immediately. To return to later drafts, go to Messages - Edit in the menu bar, then select the message from the list.
Post your message on the site. You can edit the time the message is an item by clicking the Edit link on the Publish button and specifying the time you want the message to be published. By default, when in office is the first auto-save, which is the date and time of message within the database.