Instructions

Add a new Post

Posts used for adding content that is categorised, such as news.

Posts use Categories.

The standard WordPress 'Admin Editor' now uses 'Blocks' to for adding and organising various types of content (text, photos, lists etc).

To add a new Post, go to Posts > Add new or from the website front end Admin menu go to New > Post.

You should create Posts (not Pages) for gig, lyrics and video info and then categorise the post as such. Then we can do things like layout programmatically instead of manually. It’s also better for SEO and is how WordPress is meant to work.

Editing a Post

  1. Navigate your website to the post you want to edit.
  2. From the Admin menu bar select Edit Post (you will be taken to the WordPress editor).

Add a new Page

WordPress Pages are another type of ‘Post’ but in our case they are ‘containers’ for showing your content in a multitude of ways. To do so we use Beaver Builder modules that you can drag and drop into the page which provide you with a plethora of features not possible with standard WordPress ‘Blocks’.

Pages are editable from the website front end only.

  1. Login at yourdomain.com.au/login (Bookmark it!)
  2. Go to Pages > Add New Pages - Add Newor if you are looking at your website ‘front end’ go to the Admin menu and choose New > Page.
  3. Type in the Title and choose Beaver Builder (The Standard Editor uses the built in WordPress Content Blocks which we won’t use as they have limited features).New page editor selection
  4. A link to the new page will need to be added to the menu (navigation). You can do so in the backend via Appearance > MenusAppearance > Menus

Editing Pages

  1. Login at yourdomainname.com.au/login (Bookmark it for quick access later)
  2. Click on the 'Home' icon in the top left corner of the admin menu which takes you to the 'front end' of your website
  3. Navigate to the Page you want to edit.
  4. To begin editing, click 'Beaver Builder' in the Admin Menu at the top of the page. Give the page a few seconds to reload.Beaver Builder admin menu link
  5. Then, when you rollover the contents of the page, you will see outlines and boxes show with Editing buttons. These are called modules ('modules' are inside 'rows' which have grey outlines). Modules types range from basic text boxes to post listings, depending on your website needs.Beaver Builder module edit links
  6. Click the Spanner Icon for the module you want to edit.
  7. Click Done and then Publish in the top right corner of the page to publish your changesBeaver Builder done button
  8. Click on any link on your website to navigate away from the edit mode
  9. Have a cuppa and double check your changes 🙂