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Basic Tutorial How to Manage a WordPress Site

Tutorial on Creating a WordPress site


miusm-tech.COM - To complete the previous post, the Tutorial on Creating a WordPress site , this time, let's learn how to start managing a WordPress site that has been created.
  1. WordPress Dashboard
  2. WordPress Themes
  3. WordPress Plugins
  4. WordPress Security
  5. WordPress SEO
  6. Website Analytics

1. WordPress Dashboard

The first thing after a successful WordPress installation is to open the WordPress Dashboard. To start managing the site from changing themes, adding plugins, adding pages, to publishing posts.

Please enter the WordPress dashboard by adding wp-admin to the suffix of your domain. Example: www.yourdomain/wp-admin . Then it will appear like this :

login panel

Enter the username and password that you created when installing WordPress in the previous step. If your login is successful, the WordPress dashboard will appear like this:

Now, let's take a quick look at the main parts of the WordPress dashboard and their functions:
  • Home: This is the default page for the WordPress dashboard
  • Updates: WordPress frequently updates the software along with themes and plugins. you can check for available updates in this menu.
  • Posts: You can add general posts or blog articles from here. Most of the content on your WordPress site is posts. Additionally, add post tags and categories from it.
  • Pages: You can add pages like Home, About, Contact Us, Disclaimer and more.
  • Comments: All comments from site users will be available here.
  • Appearance: Appearance in the WordPress dashboard is a vital menu. You can fully control the website design through this menu. Includes themes, customization, widgets, menus, headers and a CSS editor.
  • Plugins: Plugins are handy tools for adding functionality to a WordPress site. You can view installed plugins and also add new plugins via this menu.
  • Users: WordPress supports multiple users. You can manage all website users from this menu.
  • Tools: By default, there are 'import' and 'export' tools in this menu.
  • Settings: Another very important part of the WordPress dashboard is 'Settings'. You can see all site configuration options here as general settings, writing, reading, discussion, media and permalinks.
  • Collapse menu: You can close the menu if you want it to be full width for managing content.

After knowing the menus on the WordPress Dashboard and their functions, let's change the appearance or design of a WordPress site.

2. WordPress Themes

WordPress design relies on themes that will give your WordPress site an overall look and design along with its own various customization options and functions.

The official WordPress website defines WordPress themes as a collection of files that work together to produce a graphical interface with a specific design that underlies the appearance of a site.

Now, let's see how to easily install WordPress themes directly on the WordPress Dashboard.

How to Install Free WordPress Themes

First open the Appearance menu Themes on the WordPress Dashboard. You will see the default WordPress theme is activated and some other default themes are pre-installed.

Next, click the "Add New" button at the top as shown in the image below.

how select theme

Please browse the directory to find themes that are suitable for your WordPress. besides that you can also search for themes by name or keywords and can also preview these themes i.e. demo themes.

After finding a suitable theme you just click the "Install" button wait a while and then click "Activate" .

Now, the new theme has been applied to your WordPress site, please adjust it to your needs in the Appearance > Customize menu .

How to Install Premium WordPress Themes

If you want to use premium themes, you need to buy and download themes from the theme provider site. and usually you will get premium WordPress themes in the form of . ZIP .

Installing premium WordPress themes itself is almost the same as installing free WordPress themes as before.


In the WordPress Dashboard go to Appearance > Themes , click the "Add New" button and then click the "Upload Theme" button at the top. Upload the downloaded themes in a .ZIP file and click "Install Now" . Then click the "Activate" link and the new premium theme will be activated.

The last thing you need to do with most premium themes is license your themes . The themes license is very important to get updated themes.

So most likely you just need to find the premium theme account license somewhere on their website and then fill it out somewhere in the theme settings in your WordPress admin panel.

Once you've done this, you're ready to go. Go to Appearance > Customize and start creating your website

3. WordPress Plugins

WordPress plugins are great tools that offer special functions and features to add and extend functionality. So users can customize their site to their specific needs.

Well, let's see how to easily install WordPress plugins for free Plugins and Premium Plugins.

How to Install a Free WordPress Plugin

On the WordPress dashboard, go to Plugins > Add New and search for the plugin you need. The free plugin repository works the same way as with themes i.e. you have direct access to the directory via the WP dashboard.

To speed up the search you can filter plugins by Featured, Popular, Recommended, etc. you can search for plugins by name or keyword.

When you find the plugin you need, click the "Install Now" button After that click the blue "Activate" button and the plugin is ready to use.

The steps are as shown below:

Installing Premium WordPress Plugins

Meanwhile, installing a Premium WordPress Plugin is almost the same as installing a premium theme. First, prepare the plugin file in .ZIP format that has been downloaded on the premium plugin provider site.

You have to include the plugin file. ZIP Format from the plugin provider's website, here's how to install the WordPress Premium Plugin:

Go to Plugins > Add New and click the "Upload Plugin" button at the top. Next, upload the .ZIP file of your plugin and click "Install Now" . After that, click the "Activate Plugin" button .

Now, the premium plugin is ready to use. It is also possible that you need to enter the license in the Plugin to get the possibility of plugin updates.

4. WordPress Security

Security on the website is the most important thing that owners should not neglect. So it is very important for you to maintain the security aspects of your WordPress site.
There are some simple things you can do to protect your WordPress site from security threats. you have to strengthen the login page, admin page to protect from hacker attacks.

In addition, you must use WordPress themes and plugins from official and trusted sources to help you keep your site clean and spam-free.

Best WordPress Security Plugins

Below are three of the most popular and widely used recommended security plugins on WordPress sites to help you add an extra layer of security.

Bulletproof security
BulletProof Security

Having more than 100,000 active installations, Bulletproof Security is one of the best security plugins that will protect your WordPress site for firewall security, database security and more.

So this plugin will easily secure your website from RFI hacking, XSS, SQL injection and code injection through multiple layers inside and out for website security protection.
  • Single-click setup wizard
  • Extensive system info
  • HTTP login error
  • Idle Session Logout
  • Auth Cookie Expiration (ACE)


By having an average rating of 4.9/5. Wordfence is an open source plugin that performs various tasks such as login security, IP blocking, security scanning, and more.

  • Two-factor authentication
  • Login security & Security scanning
  • Web application firewall
  • Advanced manual blocking
  • Real-time threat defense feed

iThemes Security


iThemes Security offers 30 more ways to protect your site from malicious attacks. This WordPress plugin is famous for strengthening user credentials by fixing common vulnerabilities and automated attacks.

  • Brute force protection & Malware scanning
  • Database backups
  • Two-factor authentication
  • Strong password enforcement
  • File change detection

5. WordPress SEO

WordPress is famous for being the most SEO friendly platform that can be optimized well. That is a distinct advantage if you choose WordPress as your website platform.

And most importantly, WordPress has the ability to manage on-page SEO very well which helps to rank your website better on Search Engine pages.

You can also easily optimize permalinks, title and heading tags, images and other media. To optimize permalinks: Go to Settings > Permalinks > Set Post name

Apart from that, WordPress is a responsive and mobile-friendly platform. Google and other search engines love websites that can be optimized for mobile users.

Next, site speed is one of the most important factors for SEO. Websites with increased website speed are automatically optimized because search engines love fast websites.

To speed up your WordPress site, there are various types of plugins for speed optimization such as the WP Super Cache plugin to increase WordPress speed.

Best WordPress SEO Plugins

Below are some WordPress SEO plugins that can help you to significantly improve your SEO. Here are the best and most popular WordPress SEO plugins:
Yoast SEO

Yoast SEO provides handy options for handling page titles, descriptions and URLs to provide effective SEO. So it's no wonder jiks has over 1 million active installs, making the Yoast SEO plugin the most popular and highly rated.

  • XML sitemaps
  • Internal linking suggestions
  • Keyword optimization
  • Better content
  • Page Analysis

SEO Ultimate

SEO Ultimate Plugin is an all-in-one SEO package renowned for its versatility and data flexibility. The main feature of this plugin is its ability to import and export data from other sources including third-party SEO plugins.

Its feature which offers lots of customization options with easy-to-use settings also makes this plugin stand out.
  • Meta description editor
  • Open graph integrator
  • Link mask generator
  • Meta robot tags editor
  • Plugin settings manager

6. Website Analysis

After trying hard to create a WordPress site. The last thing for TERKUAK.COM friends to manage your site is Website Analytics so you can report on site traffic, site content, site conversions and more.

Then, how easy is it to get WordPress site analysis? You can use the Jetpack plugin.


Jetpack plugin can give you complete website analysis including daily traffic, site views, visitors, likes and comments.

Well, after all the explanations about the basics of how to manage a WordPress site , I hope what I have said above can be understood for miusm-tech.COM friends who intend to create a WordPress site .

If you have something to say, don't hesitate to comment below. I end here.
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