In an earlier article, Kakuru Benard shared with us how to install WordPress in cPanel. But what happens after installing WordPress? You need a theme (Or loosely, a template) to work with.
Word press works with themes. On opening your WordPress dashboard, you will find some pre-installed themes. However, there are very many themes you can choose from. Both Free and paid. In this lesson, we are using the OceanWP theme.
Step 1: Login into WordPress
We shall create the following pages. Home : Services : Blog : About Us You can more of your choice.
▪ In your WordPress dashboard go to Pages and click Add New. In the Add Title box, type ‘Home’ and click Publish and then again click Publish.
Do the same for all your pages i.e. Services, Blog and About Us.
When you click on All Pages, you must be able to see all the pages that you created.
However, these pages will not be displayed in our website yet. We shall need to create a Menu.
A menu appears mainly on top of your webpage. To create one,
You can now open your website in a fresh tab and you will see that your menu is now active.
Re-arrange (Organise) your menu.
Notice however that your menu is not in good order. Drag the Home tab upwards and put it in the desired order. Drag the others to make the order Home : Services : Blog : About Us
Click Save Menu.
You can now type www.yoursite.tk in your browser to view a sketch of your first website.
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This post was last modified on April 6, 2019 10:01 am
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