Want to add WordPress post to your blog? In this up-to-date article, I show you how to create a WordPress post using both the Classic Editor and the Block Editor (formally, Gutenberg editor).
Also, I cover how to publish a WordPress post and how to delete a WordPress post.
To the right of the title of each post, the type of editor used for the post will be displayed. If the post was edited with the original WordPress editor, “Classic Editor” will be displayed. If the post was edited with the new WordPress editor, “Block Editor” will be displayed.
You can change the editor for the post by selecting “Block Editor” or “Classic Editor” under the title. If you click on the title, the post will open in the default editor.
Check out the following WordPress tutorials and WordPress guides:
- Learn WordPress: Getting Started With WordPress CMS
- One-Click WordPress Install and Set Up
- How To Choose A WordPress Theme
- How To Install WordPress Themes
- Customizing WordPress Themes
- Top 7 WordPress Tips For Beginners
- Popular WordPress Plugins
- How To Create A Custom Homepage In WordPress
- How To Create A Page In WordPress
- WordPress Admin Panel Guide
- WordPress Admin Getting Started Guide
- How To Edit The WordPress Menu Bar
- WordPress Category Page: How Categories Work In WordPress
- WordPress Tag Page: How Tags Work In WordPress
- Your WordPress Media Library Questions Answered
- Easy Way To Edit Images In WordPress: Resize, Flip, Rotate, And Crop Explained
- Add WordPress Post: How To Create A WordPress Post Now
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