If you have installed WordPress, now it is necessary to set WordPress dashboard, that is why in today’s article, we will write how to do complete and basic setting of WordPress dashboard immediately after installing WordPress.
Immediately after installing WordPress, you get some settings which are absolutely default settings and you need to change them.
After installing WordPress, some of your page post tags and category theme plugins are installed by default, which you have to correct and you have to delete the data which is not of your use.
After that you have to do some important settings in your WordPress dashboard, keep in mind that you have to do all these settings before publishing your blog.
Then your blog will be SEO friendly and will appear in Google’s search result and your blog will rank.
We have only one objective that after publishing the article, that article of ours should come in Google’s search result and get maximum traffic.
But for your information, let me tell you that if you want to rank your article in Google, then you have to do On Page SEO and Off Page SEO in your article.
After installing WordPress, setting up WordPress dashboard is a part of On Page SEO, so in today’s article, we will know how to set up complete WordPress dashboard, how you can set up your WordPress dashboard.
There is a setting in WordPress, its name is General Settings, so first of all we understand them well.
Setting up the WordPress dashboard is very easy, but for those who have been using WordPress for many years
But if we talk about a new blogger, then it becomes a bit difficult to set up and understand the WordPress dashboard, that’s why through today’s article, we will know the complete information about the WordPress dashboard.
Whenever you install WordPress and login as an administrator, you will see an interface like this
And after seeing this new interface, every new blogger gets confused from where to customize the WordPress dashboard and how to set it, so today we will know step by step complete information in detail.
Login to your WordPress Admin Panel
To access the WordPress dashboard, you must first login to WordPress as an admin. If you do not know how to access the WordPress dashboard, follow the steps below.
First of all open any browser then after that type in that browser the name of your domain and write wp-admin in front of it for example https://www.vikkiyadav.com/wp-admin and write in this way after that press enter
Now a new interface will open in front of you, in which you have to enter user ID and password, then login by entering your user ID and password.
After login, WordPress dashboard will appear in front of you, now I will tell you to set some important WordPress dashboard, you should do them carefully.
- First you need to enable SSL certificate
- After that you should install a new theme
- Then customize that theme according to your own
There are many options available in the WordPress dashboard setting, then you have to click on the general setting in the WordPress dashboard, now on this general setting you will mainly see 7 sub options, change it according to your own.
But for your information, let me tell you that if you download some plugins, then this option can also increase. After doing all these settings, now you are required to create some pages for your blog.
What are the important pages for blog website
- About us
- Contact Us
- Terms and Condition
After doing so much, now you write a great post, then make that post public on your blog.
But this post will not appear in your Google because you have not yet submitted your website to Google Search Console for your blog website.
So now it is necessary that you submit your blog website to Google Search Console, if you want to submit your website to Google Search Console, then you can use Plugin like Rank Math and Yoast SEO.
When you submit your website to the search console, then your website will start appearing in Google, but for these you will have to wait for a few days because this process does not happen immediately.
So Guru, you have learned the rest of the complete information about WordPress dashboard, if you have any question in your mind, then put it in the comment box below.