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To get started with your WordPress page, you'll need to sign up for a WordPress Account and then setup your Page.
To signup for a WordPress account,
To begin setting up your page,
And you're ready to get started.
Pages are your semi-static pages such as "About", "Contact."
To add a page:
Posts are message or informational statements.
To add a post:
Categories and tags are both ways of organizing your posts. The first should be general organization and the second more specific.
There are two ways to add "categories" and "tags."
Adding media (i.e., images, documents, videos, or audio) is very easy. In the basic model, you have 3GB of storage space.
To add media to your page:
Widgets can be excellent additions to your webpage, allowing for interactive features and more.
For information on Widget options, visit the WordPress Options Page.
For information on installing/creating Widgets, go to the WordPress Widgets' page and the Codex on Sidebars.
To edit your page:
For more information on editing blocks, check out WPBeginner's tutorial on using WP's block editor.
Note: You can edit a block visually or using HTML for greater malleability.
You have a lot of flexibility with WordPress for setting up a site that looks precisely how you want it. To edit your page, go to WordPress.com and login.
For a sample of how to manage your site's appearance, check out WPBeginner's guide to changing font size.
Note: If you are unfamiliar with web design, it's a good idea to do an "environmental scan" and take a look at what other people have done.
For additional recommendations, contact your subject liaison (Dr. Bee Lehman) at email@example.com or schedule an appointment with them.