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Deleting Images in WordPress

If you want to delete a post from a post or page, simply select the image and click the Remove icon. The image will be removed from your post, but will stay available in your media library.
If you’d like to delete the image from your site permanently, go to your media library and select the image you would like to delete, then click Delete Permanently.

About WordPress Dashboard

The first thing you usually see when logging into WordPress is the Dashboard – a great way to get updates on your website statistics and more.
In the main area of your dashboard you will find widgets, which hold some news and basic information about your site.
-Drag and drop to position them however you would like
-Roll them closed by clicking the down-arrow icon in the far right corner by the widget title
-Some widgets have configuration options which can be accessed by hovering over the title bar and clicking on the configure link that appears.

In the upper-right hand corner of the screen you will see a couple of pull-down tabs labeled Screen Options and Help.
-Clicking on the Screen Options tab brings up customization options for your dashboard. It is here you can turn off and on the widgets you may or may not want shown at any given time.
-The Help tab provides information about those customizations, as well as links to documentation and support.

In the side bar you will find links that provide easy access to the different areas of your site.
-When the menu item is selected, a list of sub-menu items will appear below it.
-Hovering your cursor over any other items will also display their respective sub-menu.
You can click any of the options on the sub-menus to easily access any of the sub-sections of your site. 

Now to familiarize yourself with the Main Menu items:
-The Dashboard: Receive statistics and updates regarding your site
Posts: Create and manage the posts on your blog, as well as the tags and categories managing them
Media: Managing the media content library for things like PDF’s, videos, images, and audio files
Pages: Creating and managing pages on your site
Comments: Used to manage your visitor’s feedback
Appearance: Choose your theme, set up widgets, create custom navigation menus, etc.
Plugins: Extend the capabilities of your website, and lets you manage, activate, and deactivate them
Users: Allows you to view and manage all the site’s users, as well as allow you to edit your own profile
Tools: Provides tools to use for your site as well as options for importing/exporting content
Settings: Bulk of your sites options will be maintained here. The site’s name, privacy, and permalinks can all be configured here.

Lastly, at the very top, you will find the Admin Bar. Check out our article on that for further information regarding it.

Managing Comments in WordPress

Depending on your current settings for comments, you may need to approve them before they are visible on your site. You will see a notification with the number of pending comments on both your side and admin bar. Click on either of them to take you to the comments page, where you will be able to see all of your comments, whether they are pending or approved.
You can filter between pending and approved on the options directly above the comments themselves.

From here, you have a few options for what you would like to do for each comment…
Approve a comment by simply hovering over it and select approve. If you have approved a comment and would like to unapprove it, you would just do the same actions you did to approve it.
Reply to a comment, by hitting reply under the comment
-Designate a comment as Spam*
-Send a comment to Trash*^
Edit a comment, which will allow you to change any aspect of the comment (such as the author’s information, the comment itself, or the current status of the comment)

*Selecting these options will move the comment to the designated filter
^A comment in the Trash filter can still be retrieved, however you will have the option there to permanently delete the comment.

Changing Your Password

If you ever need to change your password, navigate over to the column on the far left and going to Users, and then selecting Your Profile from the drop-down menu that appears.
At the bottom of the page you will see a text box to enter in your new password, and then a second box below it to confirm it.
Beneath these boxes will be a bar to indicate the strength of your password. 

When you have finished, select Update Profile and your old password will be replaced.