Get a quick introduction to the content views in WordPress: Post Index, Page, Index, and Media Grid.
- [Instructor] As you start working with content…in WordPress, there are three views you need to be aware of.…The posts or page index, the posts or page editor…and the media library.…The post and page index are indexes.…So literal lists of all the posts…or pages created on the site.…That includes published items, draft items and trash items.…I say posts and page index because if you go to posts…or you go to pages, you get the same type of index.…They just display either posts or pages depending…on what content type you're currently working with.…
Any time you want to open an existing page of content,…you open the index for its content type…and if you start writing a post or page…and then something happens…like you turn the computer off accidentally…or close your browser or run out of power…or something like that, you'll find the draft…of that content waiting in the posts or page index…next time you log in.…You can see what that looks like down here.…Draft is marked as a draft.…From the post and page indexes,…you can hover over any one item…
Note: This course covers WordPress 5. The training will be updated as WordPress evolves.
- Installing WordPress
- Creating posts and pages
- Formatting text
- Publishing and scheduling posts
- Adding images, audio, and video
- Bulk editing posts and pages
- Working with reusable blocks
Skill Level Beginner
1. Up and running with WordPress
2. Content Management
3. Working with Blocks in the Block Context
4. Document Context
5. Block deep dive
6. Reusable Blocks
Edit reusable blocks3m 5s
7. The Rest of the Iceberg
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