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Let’s take a step-by-step tour through your WordPress site and see how the different functions work and how to make your new site your own. During the first part of this tutorial, please unless it is part of the tutorial. After following these steps, you’ll soon be changing everything.
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The of your site is typically the first thing people see. From this masthead or across the top of your page, people make sweeping judgements about what they are about to see and read. The same people who say you can not judge a book by its cover, also say that you only have 30 seconds to make a good impression. In the world of the Internet where the next web page is a click away, you have much less than that.
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Excerpts (teasers) can be shown on WordPress through two methods:
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To see what your WordPress site looks like for printing, print out a page or, from your browser's menu, choose . Not very pretty, is it? And fairly wasteful of paper having that long list of sidebar blogroll links printing out over two pages.
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In the that come with your WordPress installation, all use a to hold most of the site's navigation links. Other Themes may use navigational aids in the and footer. While these navigation links can be displayed in any , typically, the navigation links include:
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The placement of your categories tag may be in one place on the front page and in one or more different places in your single post page, so you may have to do some hunting to find your various categories tags. You might also want to style one differently from the others, but you still have to find them.
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Once you publish a WordPress post (or Page), it is visible to the public (by default). In WordPress terms, this means a post with a Published status has a default visibility of Public, based on the settings in the Publish box of a Edit Post Screen .
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In many cases, the is positioned immediately following the post itself, though some Themes are designed to place this information at the top of the post, other designs feature the in the top or bottom of the sidebar, and some designs even place the information in the footer. Essentially, can be styled in many different ways and with a variety of details.
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There are two sets of tags that move the visitor through your WordPress site: , which displays both the and links, and the combination pair of and , which each display one of the or links. This article will look at how these two tag sets work.
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The colours that go into a website are not limited to the colour of the background and text. You have to consider all the colours used together. For example the links on your site can have three colour choices: